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THRILLS OF REAL LIFE
1990s NEWS
NOV 19, 1996 STOLEN CAR CRASHES INTO AUTO PARTS STORE 1389 BROADWAY AND HOWARD AVE, BUSHWICK, BROOKLYN -PONTIAC CRASHED INTO BRICK WALL, NIGHTTIME ACCIDENT, UNDER THE EL TRAIN, STRAUSS AUTO PARTS, BURGULAR ALARM WAILING -FDNY FIREMEN AND NYPD POLICE OFFICERS ON SCENE, TEENS IN CAMO ON BIKES -FDNY COLLAPSE RESCUE TRUCK ON SCENE -STREET SIGN: BROADWAY AND HOWARD AVE
LAND OF MAGIC - reel 1
Reel 1. Travelogue made by the Northern Ireland Tourist Board. Spoken by John Glen. Small motorised boat pulls into an Irish harbour at sunset. C/U of a road sign with Spelga Dam, Kilkeel, Hilltown, Newry, Newcastle, Bryansford, Rostrevor pointed to in different directions. The camera follows a dog which runs along a road which stretches into the distance. A man rides a horse and cart following a group of people and a small herd of cows. High angle shot of two women riding bikes in shorts and brightly coloured sweaters. Road signs read Templepatrick and Antrim. They stop and look at the sign. C/U of herd of sheep and shepherd with beautiful countryside in the background. View from inside a car as it drives through rolling hills. Car driver stops to ask directions - the car is a red Triumph Herald Estate. A friendly Ulster man leans through the window of the car and describes a route to the driver - he has a very strong accent. Moving shot of a road which passes through beautiful countryside of the Antrim coast. M/S of woman pruning a hedge. <br/> <br/>High angle shot of a couple walking along a path by the coast. Closer shot of the couple as they walk away from the camera towards a row of houses. They hold hands. High angle LS of the car driving along the coast then stopping at the edge of the water. M/S of farmer moving clumps of straw with a pitchfork. High angle L/S of the same farmer repeating the action. L/S of a church by a river, small boy rows a boat and two teenage boys watch from the riverbank. C/U of a fisherman mending his nets. Marketplace - strange looking man in a top hat winds a piece of string around his arm as he speaks to the crowd. The "old Loomis (?) fair" at Bally (?) Castle. High angle shot of the stalls - bustling with people. M/S of children gathered around a toy stall, mother carries a child in her arms past the camera in the foreground - the child is blowing bubbles. It seems to be a cross between a market and a funfair. Hoopla stall - hoops are held very close to the camera then thrown away from it towards the prizes - as if thrown by the cameraman. Lots of children crowded around the stall. A man buys a horse from another - M/S of them slapping hands on the deal. Money is exchanged - horse in background. M/S of farmers inspecting sheep in a pen. C/U of the men leaning into the pen and slapping hands on a deal. C/U of face of sheep. <br/> <br/>C/U of man playing a fiddle in the open air as young teenagers perform traditional Irish dancing. Low angle shots of two of the couples dancing. M/S of the violinist - ruins in the background with people sitting in the grass. C/Us of the skirts of the girls as they dance past the camera. L/S of the dancers - people sit on the grass and watch. Panning shot of Fermanagh (sp?) - Ulster's Lakeland. Pan ends on a church. High angle shot of a lake - a small rowing boat travels across, red flowers in the foreground. Pleasure boat travels past Devenish Island. High angle shot of the tourists on the pleasure boat looking out at the view. Travelling shot past the island showing the ruined monastery. It is the meeting place of the Lakeland's fairy folk (!) A young girl and two middle aged women seen in M/S looking towards the island. They all smile broadly in their nice orange pullovers. M/S of tourists on the island looking at the ruins. The captain of the pleasure boats takes three people around the ruins. Pretty L/S of a man fishing from a small boat for trout. <br/> <br/>Red speedboat zooms along a lake. C/U of the skipper - who wears an appropriate cap then C/U of his two lady passengers sitting at the stern chatting. M/S of the boat as it passes. Shot of the wake. C/U of a bubbling brook. Tilt up to show man fly fishing in waders and in the distance, two children throwing a ball to each other. High angle shot of the man fishing to show his picturesque location. C/U of the fisherman from low angle as he reels in a fish. C/U of his hand as it works the reel. M/S of a mother laying out a picnic by the stream and the two children playing "catch." C/U of face and then hands of fisherman. M/S of him as he lands a trout. L/Ss of blue sports car travelling down a country lane - children play a skipping game. "No traffic jams anywhere in Northern Ireland... and always a warm and a helpful word when you ask the way." M/S of blue sports car stopping - children approach. The couple in the open topped car (she in a head scarf, he in a fetching red bobble hat) receive directions from one of the children. L/S of a church. L/S of three young people walking by the side of the river, they stop and the girl takes a photograph. Landscape. <br/> <br/>C/U of the open boot of a car packed with sports equipment - tennis racket, golf clubs, fishing rod, beach ball etc. Man takes out the golf clubs and shuts boot of the Triumph Herald Estate seen earlier. M/S of two men walking off pulling their golf club bags behind them in a scenic location. Various shots of men taking swings at golf balls. Various shots of young people playing tennis with mountains in the background. C/U of motorcyclist putting goggles on. High angle L/S of the Ulster Grand Prix track - many spectators in the foreground. Riders zoom past. Various C/Us of motorcycle racers approaching the camera and passing it. C/U of the wheels of a horse drawn carriage - "a jaunting car." Pan up to show the driver and passengers. L/S of them travelling down a country lane. They are passed by someone on a moped. C/U of a stone cross and a sculpture of Saint Patrick. View of a mountain through the branches of a tree. Zoom in to a traditional Irish beauty feeding some geese in the countryside. She speaks to camera with a strong Irish accent about the fact that Saint Patrick worked on Slemish Mountain. She says with fervour: "...and if you walk through our lovely country in his footsteps, you'll end up wishing from your heart at a wishing well." C/U of the water of a wishing well and exterior building of a wishing well at Struell near Southwell (?) where he founded the church. C/U of his statue on the heights over Strangford Loch. Pan across beautiful green fields. County Down. Downpatrick. Various picturesque landscapes. Church at Southwell (?) Armagh - various views. <br/> <br/>Shots of the Catholic and the Protestant Cathedral. L/S of the statue on the hilltop with a wooden cross in the foreground. C/Us of the Saint's burial stone. Holy wishing well - visitors tie a wish by ribbons to a "fairy bush". "Nobody in Ulster will ever let you forget that this is the land of magic where there really are fairies up to their impish tricks." L/S of a tractor being driven close to small haystacks. Tractor stops by a tree. A young good looking farmer on a tractor speaks to camera: "Of course there are fairies, that's why we'll plough around this fairy thorn or we'd be asking for trouble..." He tells of someone who cut a bough from the bush and how sheep died because of the bad luck. <br/> <br/>C/U of gnarled roots and boughs of trees. Small waterfall with twisted bark in foreground. C/U babbling brook. C/Us of leaves. C/Us of stonework - follies (?), archways, ruins, standing stones, plants, waterfall, waves crashing. Giant's Causeway. Bagpipes play as the camera pans around ruins at sunset. L/S of ruined castle on a hillside. Marching bagpipe band play as they march in front of a castle. Crows watch. Carrickfergus Castle - L/S of exterior and M/S of the cannons within the castle grounds. C/U of a cannon facing out to sea. C/U of man playing bagpipes - first his face and then his hands. Low angle shot of the marching band. C/U of a middle aged woman and five children sitting on rocks and listening to the band. M/S of the band - pan up to the castle. Man in antiquated military garb speaks to camera about the siege of Londonderry and about the cannon called "Rolling Meg" which helped in the defence of the city. Painting depicting the siege. C/U of hands lifting cannon shot from the ground and handing it to someone else. Cannon is fired. C/U of bare feet running on cobbles. C/U of nose of cannon. C/U of wheel. <br/> <br/>Various shots of cannons including good C/U of the end with smoke coming out. C/U of a motif in a shield which seems to be mounted on a wall. The motif features a cross, a dagger and a hand with the palm towards the viewer. High angle shot of Londonderry. L/S of the cathedral. C/U of cathedral gates. High angle shot of a marching band in a city street. High angle shot of the band marching towards an archway - children in the foreground wave flags - Union Jacks. Low angle shot of a sculpture with flags flying around it - unidentified. Marching band with some young members march underneath the banner of the Apprentice Boys of Derry. Good C/U of the banner. Zoom in to the painting of the siege of Londonderry. Shot of a cannon being fired - C/U of smoke pouring out. Fireworks let off in the night sky. A shamrock made of green fireworks. A rocket revolving around a star shape. Multicoloured explosions. <br/> <br/>Continued - reel 2 is on tape *PM1327*.
German stunt peformers on bicycles drive into brick wall, jump over cars, and leap from high platform into a lake in Berlin, Germany.
German stunt performers doing bicycle stunts in Berlin, Germany. A man rides a bicycle into a brick wall and goes flying over the handlebars, as the wall partially collapses. Another man jumps over four cars with a bicycle and crashes to the ground. In a third stunt, a man leaps from a very high platform, out into a lake on his bicycle. Location: Berlin Germany. Date: May 7, 1930.
MOTORCYCLE STUNT ACCIDENTS CLIP 21
AMAZING COMPILATION OF MOTORCYCLE STUNTS GONE WRONG! THERE IS A SECRET UNDERGROUND WORLD OF EXTREMELY DARING AND CRAZY MOTORCYCLE RIDERS WHO MEET IN THE CULVERTS AND BARREN STREETS OF FLORIDA TO TEST THEIR SKILLS AND ENDURANCE FOR PAIN.
DAYTONA 200 BIKE RACE
ORIGINAL COLOR 430' SOF. MAG. CUT STORY: L.S. RACE TRACK AND SPECTATORS. ZOOMS TH START OF RACE. V.S. RACING MOTORCYCLE. CYCLE HITS WALL, MORE OF RACING WINNER FLAGGED. MORE OF START AND V.S. RACING MORE OF CRASH AFTERMATH, RIDER GETS INTO AMBULANCE. OFFICIAL WAVING BLACK & WHITE FLAG AT FINISH LINE. INTERVIEW WITH WINNER. GIRL KISSES ANOTHER WINNER. INTERVIEW BRITISH RIDER. MS 1ST THREE FINISHES ON BIKES. OFFICIAL WAVIN FINISH FLAG. MORE RACEING, MORE CRASH AFTERMATH, MORE RACING. CI: BUILDING: RACETRACK. SPORTS: RACES MOTORCYCLES. DISASTERS: AFTERMATH, MOTORCYCLE RACE CRASH.
B/W 1920s slow motion (HIGH SPEED) man on bicycle crashing into brick wall, breaking it + falling
Argentina Update 2 - WRAP Massive clear-up after night of protests more arrests
TAPE: EF01/0893 IN_TIME: 00:13:18 DURATION: 3:29 SOURCES: APTN/CANAL 13 RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Buenos Aires, 29 Dec 2001 SHOTLIST: APTN 1. Exterior of Presidential Palace building 2. Man washing the street and barricades 3. Street cleaning machine 4. Graffiti sprayed on Palace wall reading: 'The people will triumph.' 5. Cleaner in Presidential Palace 6. Wide shot of Palace walls covered in graffiti 7. Woman sitting on park bench 8. Newspaper headlines reading: 'The casserole protest drove Grosso out.' 9. Newspaper headlines reading: 'Another casserole protest against the court and the corrupt.' 10. Newspaper headlines reading: 'Noise on deaf ears.' 11. Newspaper headlines reading: 'Fight with the casseroles.' 12. Newspaper stand/ arranging papers 13. Various exteriors of Congress 14. Shot of burned advertising outside Congress 15. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Jorge, shopowner "It is obvious that people are tired already of all the political manoeuvering carried out. So the only way of expressing yourself is with these casserole protests. What I don't agree with is the violent groups that don't have anything to do with people who are protesting for economic reasons." 16. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Maria, Vox pop "I definitely think this is completely unjust - that people's savings be kept - people's lifetime savings - there is no sense to it whatsoever." 17. Exteriors of damaged banks with broken windows CANAL 13 18. Protesters being dragged into police van 19. Various of riot police outside Congress building 20. Couple of protesters on motor bike fleeing police crashing into bus - and being detained by police 21. Various of couple being held down by police STORYLINE: Buenos Aires underwent a massive clean-up, hours after angry demonstrators stormed Argentina's Congress and clashed with police in protest against the government's handling of the country's economic crisis. What had been a peaceful demonstration degenerated into violence early on Saturday. Police fired barrages of tear gas and rubber bullets at demonstrators as a large but peaceful protest against the government's handling of a deep economic crisis turned violent. Venting their anger, gangs clashed with riot police through the pre-dawn hours as the officers responded with volleys of tear gas and rubber bullets. Fleeing from the Government House with police in pursuit, youths looted stores and trashed banks along Avenida de Mayo, a broad boulevard stretching several blocks to Congress. Several demonstrators later forced their way into Congress, setting small fires, smashing windows and throwing sofas and chairs out the main entrance. Smoke spilled out of the ornate century-old building before firefighters put out the blazes. The protesters were quickly driven from the building. The clashes then tapered off toward sunrise as police fanned out downtown. Twelve police officers were injured, six of them seriously, including one officer who was beaten by a mob before he could be led away from the pitched street battles outside the Government House. Police also said they arrested 33 people, but declined to provide details on the total number of injured. Saturday's violence followed 26 deaths and more than 200 injuries in rioting that drove President Fernando de la Rua from office on December 21. He was replaced by caretaker President Adolfo Rodriguez Saa, who now is feeling the wrath of Argentines furious over the handling of the economy and unemployment that tops 18 percent. Argentines are also angry over a weeks-old government move limiting cash withdrawals from banks in order to prevent a run on the financial system. On Saturday morning, workers tackled the task of erasing traces of discontent scrawled on government buildings and littered across the capital's Plaza de Mayo - the traditionally symbolic space to vent out political discontent. The violence began on the fringes of what was for hours a largely peaceful, but raucous pot-banging protest by middle-class Argentines fed up with government blundering and its attempts to tame an economic crisis. The headlines on Saturday's newspapers spoke of the so-called "casserole" protests. Shops and banks along the Avenida de Mayo were in ruins, pointing to popular anger over a weeks-old government move limiting cash withdrawals in order to prevent a run on the financial system. Cash-hungry Argentines flooded the banks on Friday after the government eased - but did not end - the restrictions that limit cash withdrawals to one-thousand US dollars a month. Skirmishes still erupted at daytime on Saturday as police patrolled the Congress building. The protests marked the second week of social tensions over a four-year-old economic crisis that led Rodriguez Saa to announce that Argentina would default on at least part of its dlrs 132 billion public debt.
CONTEMPORARY STOCK FOOTAGE
NEWSFEED, 2/11/2000, ELEPHANTS, POLITICIANS, PLANES, COPS, TOM LANDRY, CAR RACE W/CRASHES, BRIDGE IMPLODES, WEATHER MAP; DX ELEPHANTS: baby elephant w/mom and zoo keepers; DX INT PENGUIN: Baltimore penguin sent to Mystic CT to mate, keepers open cages, penguins are friendly, INT VAR two penguins; INT JENNINGS: TALK HEAD MS Peter Jennings on World News Tonight, promo, bumper, graphic on tonights story: goats & sheep; DX INT/EXT JESSE VENTURA: MN Governer speaks on leaving Reform party, FS INT Buchanan & supporters, Perot, Ventura speaks; INT INSURANCE CO: VAR Who wants to be a Millionaire game show, British & American version, MS Regis Philbin & Kathy Lee; INT GORE CAMPAIGN: FS Gore & Gov Davis, MS INT Gore speaks in Calif on defeating the Knight Initiative; DX EXT PLANES INSPECTED: AIR-TO-AIR MD80 plane in flight AIR-TO-AIR MD90, WS workers on tail of Alaskan MD 80; DX EXT AERIAL MD80 PLANE: flight 261 wreckage in ocean w/coast guard chopper in FG, CU VAR damaged jack screw, VAR MD80 planes; WEATHER MAP GRAPHIC: VAR map of U.S. w/different weather patterns, temperatures, fronts, clouds and events; DX EXT REPUBLICANS/POLLING METHODS: MS W Bush shakes hands, McCain on tour bus, crowd of supporters, VAR EXT Bush w/ public; NX ASTRONAUTS/EARTH MAP: MS earth w/part of shuttle in FG, shuttle crew in space speaks on mapping the Earth; INT WS JOHN McCAIN: speaks before crowd, promises to have 'no negative ads', MS crowd of McCain supporters; NX WS KISSING CONTEST: four couples left in kissing contest, VAR MS and WS couples kissing; INT COPS LAWYER: Providence, RI, TALK HEAD lawyer for cop explains that shooting was not racially motivated; INT GORE CAMPAIGNS: NYC Gore speaks at African American church, VAR CU & HS of chrch & Gore; DX EXT TOM LANDRY MEMORIAL: FS pic of Landry at Dallas Cowboys stadium, people placing flowers, TALK HEAD, Landry Elementary; INT LANDRY CHURCH: INT WS Tom Landry's church & congregation, WS crowded church, choir sings, TALK HEADS, barber shop, cafe ; INT RAY LEWIS: supporters holding a prayer vigil outside Atlanta jail saying linebacker Ray Lewis is innocent; DX EXT MURDER FOR LOVE: VAR cop cars in front of brick BLDG, VAR MS police line tape w/brick BLDG in BG, TALK HEAD, cops by BLDG; DX HANDICAP RACER: MS paraplegic bikes 50 miles/day, VAR of wheelchair bike, LSHOT bikes on by, VAR on street side, interview him; DX EXT BUD SHOOT OUT: LSHOT Budweiser blimp, HS Daytona race cars on track, green flag waved, race cars pull into pit stop; DX DAYTONA RACE: WS race cars pull into pit stop, pit crew guy is hit by car, VAR race cars zooming by; DX CAR CRASH: FS race cars bump each other, three cars hit wall, one car flips upside down & spins, same shot SLO-MO & POV car; DX CAR CRASH: MS crew helps wrecked driver out of car, he walks, FS massive crowd cheering, CU & MS 1st place driver & car; DX DAYTONA 200: LS massive crowd cheers, EST race track & stands, FS race cars line up, HS five car crash, AERIAL race track;DX CAR RACE: CU race car in motion, FS several cars crash, crew talking, crew cheers, SLO-MO crash, crew gets champagne win; DX EXT SNOW SLED: WS snow covered ground & trees, VAR kids sled down hill, kid rolling in snow, Father puts snow cap on son; DX EXT BRIDGE IMPLODED: TALK HEAD, WS long bridge explodes & crumbles, workers & spectators watch bridge explode, walk away; NX EXT RIVER RESCUE: WS truck stuck in river, rescue team helps (dark), TALK HEAD, fireman gives blanket to rescued girl; INT TRUMP DROPS OUT: MS Trump talks to press on running for the presidency; INT UCLA VS SYRACUSE: FS college basketball team in action, up & down court, MS of UCLA coach; INT INDIANA VS MICHIGAN: college basketball teams in action; INT KENTUCKY VS LSU: FS college basketball teams in action, FS crowd cheering; INT SHARKS VS DEVILS: FS ice hockey teams in action, player scores goal; INT OILERS VS SABRES: NHL ice hockey teams in action, scores goal, crowd shot, Depaul vs Cincinatti basketball teams go at it; INT MARYLAND VS TEMPLE: MS Bill Cosby & Ben Stein watching game, basketball in action; DX EXT TRAIN ACCIDENT: WS Maryland, light train derailed, FS workers stand around train, VAR train off track (not that bad) ;
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FLUBS, ACCIDENTS FROM U.S. SPEEDWAY NATIONALS MOTORCYCLE EVENTS AT THE COSTA MESA SPEEDWAY IN CALIFORNIA.
Guy jumps and falls off orange bicycle
Guy wearing white shoes and black pants jumps over the concrete wall on his orange bicycle. Guy falls off and his friend laughs. (Footage by Collab via Getty Images UGC)
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High Cost of Letting Go
2000s NEWS
NEWSFEED: 8/12-22/05 PEACEFUL PALESTINIAN RALLY, ANTI-WAR PROTESTERS TX, GOOD 9/11 WTC, MODERN HOBOS, MILITARY FUNERAL, CA UNION PROTEST GAZA RALLY big crowd, Palestinian flags; Video cameras held above bustling crowd, old fellow under canopy making speech; GW BUSH DRIVES BY PROTESTERS presidential motorcade in countryside, going by anti-war protest, there's Sheehan, drive-by protest SEPTEMBER 11 TAPES 9/11/01 WTC collapse aftermath- new stuff, Alfredo Puentes, men searching thru rubble; IA HOBO CONVENTION contemporary hippie playing guitar, RR car going by slowly, man making potato soup NY MCNAUGHTON KILLED DX mourners watch pallbearers, funeral for police officer, Hillary Clinton, NYPD band, police attending SEPTEMBER 11 TAPES (audio) gruesome 911 tape or NYFD radio from 9/11/01 SRI LANKA FOREIGN MINISTER ASSASSINATED NX soldiers in jeep following motorcade, Emergency sign, guards around gate PAKISTAN BRITISH REACT TO KHAN IN COURT DX prisoner in handcuffs escorted past market, gateway, Int press conf CO NASA LOCKHEED MARTIN WATCH ORBIT Int people in auditorium watch rocket launch IRAN REACTIONS TO IAEA RESOLUTION protest march, men continuing chant under canopy, ayatollah sort of person speaking GA CARTER UNVEILS NUKE SUB Jimmy Carter watching submarine coming in, Carter & Rosalyn in submarine, Carter speech Sailors on top of submarine accompanied by tugboat or something OH CIFUENTES BODY RETURNS hearse with police escort, spectators with little flags along road EDGAR RAY KILLEN RELEASED wheelchair out of prison & into car A HIPPO SKIN INVESTIGATION hosing hippo in pool, people looking at zoo animal, CU hippo bathing, Int young hippo Research lab images- opening bottle, eyedropper, U.C. something...t/h with Nicholson-as-the-Joker smile, hippo at zoo SCHWARZENEGGER GOYETTE AFFAIR DX 2003 Schwarzenegger campaign rally, tabloid, a man with Keaton-as-Batman eyebrows Schwarzenegger shaking hands, signing bill, photo-ops with school children, at desk, speech ;IL SUPERCUTS LAWSUIT ha ha, estb Supercuts. SC MISSING WOMAN BOYFRIEND CHARGED photos, t/h AL SIX KILLED TRIAL handcuffed man going into bldg, attorneys, led back out into police car ;CA SUV FLIPS CAR CRUSHED Aerial accident aftermath on fwy, paramedics attend wounded, covering dead body, person on stretcher Aerial people standing outside stopped cars, hopeless traffic jam BUSH speaking before veterans, shaking hands, DX anti-war protest in Crawford, Sheehan ad, Chuck Hagel Iraq- soldiers in convoy, civilians drag scraps out of road, Iraqi politicians, Bush deplaning ;VFW CONVENTION SPEECH Bush speaking at Veterans of Foreign Wars convention, OH GROUP STAGES PROTEST demonstration against gas dependence, promoting walking & biking to work KYRGYZSTAN CRASH MINOR INJURY mountaineers watch helicopter trying to land...instead it crashes on glacier Burning helicopter crashed on snow CA SAME SEX MARRIAGE gay & lesbian weddings & a gay choral group on steps of City Hall, Rosie O'Donnell speaks CHOPPER HONORS 9/11 VICTIMS men working on motorcycle in garage, man riding customized motorcycle around UT OUTSIDE WHERE BUSH SPEAKS anti-war protest, Bush photo-montage IL AQUARIUM GETS DOLPHIN...a Stud Dolphin, Trainer feeding dolphin, petting dolphin. SEN KOHL ON ROBERTS'S HEARINGS; LEBANON EXPLOSION IN BEIRUT NX bombing aftermath, hole in wall, rubble, soldiers, fire engine, ambulance pulls up CA F-14 JET AT RONALD REAGAN LIBRARY delivering jet. CA WORKERS RALLY AT CONV CENTER union protesters gate-crash convention Restaurant lobbyists awaiting Schwarzenegger fundraiser lunch, Rolling Stones concert, protesters outside convention center IRAQ CONSTITUTION VOTE DELAYED. Olivia Newton John & John Travolta perform Boats in marina, charter boat Freedom. GEORGIA FLASH FLOODING flooded village, dog swimming, people wading
Heavy flooding in the Netherlands
Title cards: "Polygoon profilti Productie, Extra editie van Neerlands Nieuws" & "De Eeerstie Beelden van de Stormramp" ('The First Images of the Storm Disaster') / A group of people at the end of a seawall with wreckage; two ships at the dock / A house on end with waves crashing into the windows / People walk along a heavily damaged roadway; another home with its roof blown off / VS inundated houses and a windmill; damage in a field litters the ground / A woman in knee-deep water is handed her baby / Pan of flooded building; a single car in the water / Houses in water with a large industrial facility behind and with a pan to a barge with linkage between two trains / A damaged rail line and fallen beams / The bent rail line with a collapsed picket fence / VS a parked car; a flooded street with old buildings, and a man poles a boat / A group of the people and bicycles in rain gear walking close to storefronts and a POV of the flooded street / Houses in the water, a woman with her baby; men digging dirt for sand bags / Note: exact day not known
LatAm Gustav - WRAP Hurricane Gustav hits Caymans, Cuba prepares; Mexico
NAME: LATAM GUSTAV 20080830I TAPE: EF08/0883 IN_TIME: 10:06:37:03 DURATION: 00:03:33:17 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Various, 30 August 2008 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST Georgetown, Cayman Islands - 30 August 2008 1. Waves hitting port 2. Man on bike watching waves 3. Various of security tape stopping people approaching coast 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Eziathamae Bodden, Georgetown resident: "Well the storm, thank God it wasn't any worse. Thinking back about four years ago, when Ivan hit - this is nothing to compare with Ivan." 5. Various of waiter cleaning tables 6. Various of men fixing electrical lines Cancun, Mexico - 30 August 2008 7. Wide top shot of coast line 8. Wide of para-glider in sky 9. Top shot of people in sea 10. Mid of red flag warning of strong currents and waves Surgidero de Batabano, south of Havana, Cuba - 30 August 2008 11. Man pushing a fridge along road 12. People walking down street in rain, one woman holding lamp 13. Pile of mattresses in house, people moving furniture 14. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Juan Carlos Romero, Civil Defence officer: "The first thing is to save human lives and the property of the state, that's our main goal but first of all preserve human lives." 15. Residents walking along path in rain 16. Various of residents getting onto buses 17. Woman waving from bus window, as bus drives away Havana, Cuba - 30 August, 2008 18. Wide of fishing boats in Havana Harbour with Morro Castle in background 19. Medium of crane pulling boat out of water 20. Wide of family securing home 21. Medium shot man drilling ceiling 22. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Jesus Hernandez, Havana Resident: "Everyone is preparing in case the hurricane comes. The hurricane is threatening and very big. You must be prepared for whatever may come." 23. Wide of people in line outside store 24. Wide of closed store front 25. Close up sign on store door (Spanish) "Closed due to evacuation" 25. Travelling shot on Malecon Avenue in rain with Morro Castle in background 26. Various of waves hitting Malecon sea wall with US Interests Section in background STORYLINE Gustav howled into Cuba's Isla de Juventud as a monstrous Category Four hurricane on Saturday while both Cubans and US citizens scrambled to flee the path of the fast-growing storm. Forecasters said it could gain yet more power, becoming a top-scale hurricane with 160 mile-per-hour (255 kilometre-per-hour) winds in the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday, before weakening a little ahead of a likely collision on Monday with the US coast. Gustav rolled over the Cayman Islands on Friday with fierce winds that tore down trees and power lines. Big surging waves pounded at Grand Cayman island, but there was little flooding, and wind damage was limited due to preparation work ahead of the storm's arrival. "Well the storm, thank God it wasn't any worse. Thinking back about four years ago, when Ivan hit - this is nothing to compare with Ivan," said Eziathamae Bodden, a Georgetown resident. Across the Gulf of Mexico, Americans made wary by Hurricane Katrina streamed out of New Orleans and other coastal cities. A million people have taken to highways along the US Gulf Coast, boarding up homes and businesses and fleeing Gustav by bus and automobile as the season's most powerful Atlantic storm took aim at Louisiana. Even forecasters at the National Hurricane Centre in Miami were surprised at how quickly Gustav gained strength as it charged toward Cuba. In the Mexican touristic resort of Cancun, though, things appeared as normal and tourists were seen swimming in the sea. Gustav already has killed 81 people by triggering floods and landslides in other Caribbean nations. In Cuba officials were evacuating some 190-thousand people from low-lying parts of westernmost Cuba, Pinar del Rio province, where the tobacco for Cuba's famed cigars is grown. The state news agency reported that 50-thousand already had been evacuated farther east. Cuban state television announced that all buses and trains to and from Havana were suspended, as was ferry service to the Isla de Juventud, the outlying Cuban island next in Gustav's path. Residents evacuated out of the town of Surgidero de Batabano, south of the capital and approximately 5-thousand people strong. The town is also 50 centimetres (19.6 inches) above the sea level and one of the first to flood anytime a storm hits the area. Stiff winds whipped intermittent rains across Havana, where police officers in blue and orange rain coats supervised workers removing stones, tree branches and other debris from the storied beachfront. Angry waves crashed against the sea wall below. Authorities announced they were prepared to "protect" the 20-thousand tourists in Matanzas province, which includes the famous beach resort of Varadero.
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Hurricane strikes East Coast
Hurricane waves crash against seawall; derailed train; wrecked beachfront houses; bicyclists (a policeman and a boy) push bicycles thru flood waters; cars on flooded street. Hurricane strikes East Coast on September 21, 1938 (Footage by Getty Images)
APTN 1830 PRIME NEWS NORTH AMERICA
AP-APTN-1830 North America Prime News -Final Monday, 25 January 2010 North America Prime News Haiti Rescuer 01:42 AP Clients Only REPLAY Head of rescue team says still working to rescue person UK Haiti Boy 01:42 See Script REPLAY Seven-year-old boy raises more than ?90,000 by doing 5 mile bike ride in park Lebanon Plane Wrap 03:33 Part No Access Lebanon WRAP 90 people feared dead as plane crashes into sea, search, bodies, president +Ethiopia Plane 3 01:51 Part No Ethiopia WRAP Ethiopian PM ADDS relatives at airport after jet crashes into sea near Beirut Iraq Explosions 4 03:15 AP Clients Only REPLAY Suicide car bombs strike 3 hotels killing at least 36 people; al-Hamra hotel Turkey Talks 3 03:16 Part No Access Turkey/ROJ TV REPLAY Turkish President Gul holds trilateral talks with Karzai, Zardari +Canada Haiti 3 02:39 No Access Canada WRAP Opening session of conference ADDS family photo, silence and sot Canadian PM US Italy 01:39 AP Clients Only REPLAY Italian FM meets with US Sec of State, comments on Baghdad blasts and Haiti US GM 02:24 AP Clients Only NEW Whitacre takes over GM CEO job on permanent basis B-u-l-l-e-t-i-n begins at 1830 GMT. APEX 01-25-10 1358EST -----------End of rundown----------- AP-APTN-1830: Haiti Rescuer Monday, 25 January 2010 STORY:Haiti Rescuer- REPLAY Head of rescue team says still working to rescue person LENGTH: 01:42 FIRST RUN: 1630 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 634604 DATELINE: Port-au-Prince, 25 Jan 2010 LENGTH: 01:42 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST: 1. Mexican rescue worker climbing over earthquake rubble 2. Rubble of collapsed apartments at Montana Hotel 3. Hector Mendez and colleague crawling through rubble 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Hector Mendez, member of Mexican search and rescue team: "We have been working here for four days. Non-stop. Non-stop. Mexicans, we don't stop. We don't get schedule for four hours and then to take some food. We don't. We now, as we are working to rescue this person, we are 24 hours. We don't change, we don't get different teams." 5. Various of Mexican search and rescue team standing in rubble at Montana Hotel 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Hector Mendez, member of Mexican search and rescue team: "The Mexican group is a very small group. We got, in two days, 13 persons alive. That speaks about our experience of 25 years working all over the world." 7. Various of search and rescue team members climbing out of hole in rubble STORYLINE: The head of a Mexican volunteer search and rescue team on Monday proudly described his team's achievements at rescuing people from the rubble of Haiti's earthquake-stricken capital, Port-au-Prince. Hector Mendez said his hard-working team had pulled 13 people alive from the ruined buildings, and that unlike other teams they did not work shifts as there were no replacement teams to cover their breaks. Mendez's team was now making tunnels into the rubble of the luxury Montana Hotel, located in Petionville, an upmarket suburb of the capital, located in the hills above the city. Mendez said he believed there were people still alive in pockets in the rubble of the hotel, where a victim could survive the 13 days since the catastrophic magnitude-7 earthquake devastated Haiti. Mendez said that as they dug, his men could not smell cadavers, which led them to believe people still may be alive under there. The team have worked for four days at the site, but has neither rescue dogs nor sophisticated sonar equipment used by other rescue teams to test for signs of life. Mendez said Brazilian troops from the UN peacekeeping force were due to come and help remove rubble. He said the group had promised a Guatemalan woman that they would search for her 33-year-old husband and four-year-old son who were living in the hotel's apartment block and were lost in the disaster. But in four days of excavating they have found no one. The last live rescue from the site was eight days ago, when co-owner Nadine Cardoso was pulled to safety from the main building of the Montana Hotel. 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APTN APEX 01-25-10 1339EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: UK Haiti Boy Monday, 25 January 2010 STORY:UK Haiti Boy- REPLAY Seven-year-old boy raises more than ?90,000 by doing 5 mile bike ride in park LENGTH: 01:42 FIRST RUN: 1230 RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: PRESS ASSOCIATION STORY NUMBER: 634562 DATELINE: London, 24 Jan 2010 LENGTH: 01:42 PRESS ASSOCIATION - NO ACCESS UK / 24 HOUR USAGE / NO ARCHIVE SHOTLIST 1. Charlie Simpson, in a blue UNICEF T shirt, cycles around park with his father on a bicycle behind him 2. Three girls and a mother hold "Good Luck Charlie" posters and cheer him around the park 3. Close up of Charlie cycling past camera 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Charlie Simpson, cycling fund raiser: "I saw the pictures on TV and I didn't really like what happened." 5. Wide shot of Charlie and his father cycling around the park 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Charlie Simpson, cycling fund raiser: "We sent it out on to the Web and it just went (gestures with his hand) everywhere." 7. Wide shot of Charlie and his father cycling around the park 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Charlie Simpson's mother: "He actually burst into tears and he just sat on my lap and then we had a chat about the things he could do and how he could go about it. And he decided to do the cycle ride and he made me do a sponsorship form for him, so we did that, and then he asked me to put it on the Web, so we put it on the Web and that was it, it suddenly took off and we can't believe it." 9. Mid shot of two girls holding finishing line tape 10. Charlie cycles through finish line STORYLINE: A seven year old British boy who cycled five miles (eight kilometres) around his local park in London to raise money for the survivors of Haiti's devastating earthquake has raised over 150-thousand dollars. By 1240 GMT on Monday Charlie Simpson managed to raise 153,987 dollars (?95,580) for UNICEF's Haiti Earthquake Children's Appeal. UNICEF is the United Nations Children's fund. "I saw the pictures on TV and I didn't really like what happened," he said on Sunday, the day of his sponsored ride. Charlie had hoped to raise 805 dollars (500 pounds) but was amazed when the figure kept on climbing. "We sent it out on to the Web and it just went (gestures with his hand) everywhere," he said. On his JustGiving page, Charlie wrote: "I want to do a sponsored bike ride for Haiti because there was a big earthquake and loads of people have lost their lives. "I want to make some money to buy food, water and tents for everyone in Haiti. UNICEF is leading emergency relief clusters on water, sanitation, education and nutrition as well as supporting child protection. 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APTN APEX 01-25-10 1334EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: Lebanon Plane Wrap Monday, 25 January 2010 STORY:Lebanon Plane Wrap- WRAP 90 people feared dead as plane crashes into sea, search, bodies, president LENGTH: 03:33 FIRST RUN: 1830 RESTRICTIONS: Part No Access Lebanon TYPE: Arabic/Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION/FUTURE TV/ BEIRUT AIRPORT SECURITY VIDEO STORY NUMBER: 634607 DATELINE: Various, 25 Jan 2010 LENGTH: 03:33 FUTURE TV - NO ACCESS LEBANON AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY BEIRUT AIRPORT SECURITY VIDEO - AP CLIENTS ONLY ++AP TELEVISION CANNOT INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THE AUTHENTICITY OF THE CCTV VIDEO CONTAINED IN THIS EDIT++ SHOTLIST (FIRST RUN 1530 NEWS UPDATE - 25 JANUARY 2010) BEIRUT AIRPORT SECURITY VIDEO - AP CLIENTS ONLY Beirut International Airport ++BLACK AND WHITE. NIGHT SHOTS. QUALITY AS INCOMING. MUTE++ 1. CCTV (Closed Circuit Television) image of an aircraft taking off from Beirut Airport (FADE TO BLACK) 2. CCTV image of white flash of apparent explosion (FADE TO BLACK) 3. Repeat of shot 1 in slow motion (FADE TO BLACK) 4. Repeat of shot 2 in slow motion (FADE TO BLACK) (FIRST RUN 0930 AMERICAS PRIME NEWS - 25 JANUARY 2010) AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Beirut International Airport 5. Pan of distressed relatives crying, being comforted 6. Mid of woman crying, talking on mobile phone 7. Wide of Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri greeting and comforting relatives 8. Woman with hands on head in distress 9. Various of Hariri comforting distressed relatives (FIRST RUN 1130 NEWS UPDATE - 25 January 2010) FUTURE TV - NO ACCESS LEBANON Beirut 10. Pan of Lebanese President Michel Suleiman meeting with Lebanese Army officials 11. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Michel Suleiman, Lebanese President: "Sabotage is ruled out as of now and in any case the investigation will uncover all the details." (FIRST RUN 1230 EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 25 January 2010) FUTURE TV - NO ACCESS LEBANON Naamih 12. Aerial of debris in sea at site of Ethiopian Airlines plane crash (FIRST RUN 0730 NEW UPDATE - 25 January 2010) Naamih 13. Wide zoom in from beach to rescue operation at crash site, Lebanese navy ship, helicopter (FIRST RUN 1230 EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 25 January 2010) AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Naamih 14. Helicopter pulling up body from sea 15. Lebanese navy ship, helicopter flying overhead (FIRST RUN 1230 EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 25 January 2010) FUTURE TV - NO ACCESS LEBANON Naamih 16. Civil defence worker collecting debris from plane wreckage off beach 17. Close of debris 18. Tilt down from civil defence worker to pile of debris on ground 19. Close of Ethiopian Airlines logo on debris (FIRST RUN 1130 NEWS UPDATE - 25 January 2010) AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Naamih 20. Wide of soldier on beach, ship in background (FIRST RUN 1430 ME EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 25 January 2010) AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Beirut 21. Top shot of body recovered from the sea being carried out of ambulance by Red Cross paramedics to take into hospital morgue 22. Mid of grief-stricken woman outside Rafik Hariri Government Hospital, leaning on barrier (FIRST RUN 1230 EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 25 January 2010) AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Beirut 23. Wide pan of huge crowd of relatives outside hospital (FIRST RUN 1630 EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 25 JANUARY 2010) AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Naamih ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 24. Wide of Lebanese navy ships taking part in search and rescue operation at site of crash 25. Wide of helicopter overhead 26. Lebanese soldiers on beach 27. Relatives of crash victims waiting on beach for news STORYLINE An Ethiopian Airlines plane carrying 90 people caught fire and crashed into the sea minutes after taking off from Beirut early on Monday, prompting a frantic search as rain lashed the coast and debris washed ashore. CCTV (closed circuit television) images from a security camera at Beirut Airport showed an aircraft taking off followed more than 20 seconds later by a bright flash, possibly caused by an explosion, though this could not be confirmed from the images. No survivors had been found by nightfall, but emergency workers recovered at least 21 bodies - including two toddlers. Many of the recovered bodies were being taken to the Rafik Hariri Government Hospital in Beirut where grief-stricken relatives gathered, waiting for news of their loved ones. Hospital workers were collecting DNA from relatives samples to help identify the remains of their loved ones. The cause of the crash was not immediately known but Lebanon has been slammed by bad weather since Sunday night, with thunder, lightning and pouring rain. Lebanese President Michel Suleiman said terrorism was not suspected in the crash of Flight 409, which was bound for the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa. "Sabotage is ruled out as of now," the president said following a briefing from army officials. Meanwhile, Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri met grieving relatives of the crash victims in the VIP area at Beirut International Airport, where they were gathered to await news. Earlier he had announced a day of mourning and closed schools and government offices. The Boeing 737-800 took off around 2:30 am local time (0030GMT) and went down two miles (3.5 kilometres) off the coast. Lebanese naval ships, helicopters and the UNIFIL (United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon) maritime task force were searching for wreckage, and Lebanon had asked neighbouring countries to help with the salvage mission. The Lebanese army said in a statement the plane was "on fire shortly after takeoff." Ethiopian Airlines released a statement on its website confirming the plane was missing and that an investigative team had been sent to the crash site. Ethiopian Airlines' Chief Executive Officer (CEO) told journalists in Addis Ababa that he had no information on the fate of those on board or about the cause of the crash. He said the aircraft had been serviced on December 25 and passed inspection. Pieces of the plane and debris were washing ashore on Monday in the hours after the crash, as rescuers continued their search. Helicopters and naval ships were scrambled for a rescue effort as huge waves slammed into the shore and rain lashed the coast. Army soldiers were seen combing the beach for debris, but continuing bad weather was hampering their efforts. The plane was carrying 90 people, including 83 passengers and 7 crew. The transportation minister identified the passengers as 54 Lebanese, 22 Ethiopians, one Iraqi, one Syrian, one Canadian of Lebanese origin, one Russian of Lebanese origin, a French woman and two Britons of Lebanese origin. The wife of Denis Pietton, the French ambassador to Lebanon, was on the plane, according to the French embassy. Ethiopian Airlines reported that there were 82 passengers and eight crew; the discrepancy could not immediately be explained. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 01-25-10 1437EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: +Ethiopia Plane 3 Monday, 25 January 2010 STORY:+Ethiopia Plane 3- WRAP Ethiopian PM ADDS relatives at airport after jet crashes into sea near Beirut LENGTH: 01:51 FIRST RUN: 1830 RESTRICTIONS: Part No Ethiopia TYPE: Amharic/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION/ETV STORY NUMBER: 634621 DATELINE: Addis Ababa, 25 Jan 2010 LENGTH: 01:51 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY ETV - NO ACCESS ETHIOPIA ++QUALITY AS INCOMING++ SHOTLIST ++NEW (FIRST RUN 1830 NORTH AMERICA PRIME NEWS - 25 JANUARY 2010) AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY 1. Zoom in to relatives of victims of crash outside airport, woman crying 2. Pan of woman crying, walking towards airport building (FIRST RUN 1230 EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 25 JANUARY 2010) ETV - NO ACCESS ETHIOPIA ++AUDIO AND VIDEO QUALITY AS INCOMING++ 3. SOUNDBITE: (Amharic) Meles Zenawi, Ethiopian Prime Minister: ++audio continues into beginning of shot 3++ "Today was a day of celebration but due to the accident involving an Ethiopian airliner flying from Lebanon, it will now be a day that will pass in great sadness. I'd like to take this opportunity to tell the Ethiopian people that the government will provide all the details as they become available." (FIRST RUN 1430 ME EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 25 JANUARY 2010) AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY 4. Plane approaching runway 5. Wide of airport terminal building ++NEW (FIRST RUN 1830 NORTH AMERICA PRIME NEWS - 25 JANUARY 2010) AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY 6. SOUNDBITE: (Amharic) no name given, vox pop: "This is unheard of here. My heart goes out to the relatives, family and friends of the passengers who were aboard that plane and God help them all." 7. Relatives and friends of victims getting into Ethiopian airlines vehicle 8. Pan of two women walking into airport crying 9. Relatives of victims inside Ethiopian airlines vehicle STORYLINE Relatives of some of those on board an Ethiopian Airlines plane that crashed shortly after takeoff on Monday gathered at the airport in Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa, where the plane had been due to land. The plane caught fire and crashed into the sea minutes after taking off from Beirut early on Monday. There were 90 people on board. A frantic search operation was launched as passenger seats, baby sandals and other debris washed ashore. No survivors had been found by nightfall, but emergency workers recovered at least 21 bodies - including two toddlers. The cause of the crash was not immediately known. Lebanon has seen stormy weather since Sunday night, with crackling thunder, lightning and rain. The Lebanese army said in a statement the plane was on fire shortly after takeoff. Weeping relatives gathered at Bole International Airport on Monday to wait for news of their loved ones. Some were later driven away from the airport in vehicles belonging to Ethiopian Airlines. Ethiopia's Prime Minister Meles Zenawi said on Monday that a day of national celebration would now be "a day that will pass in great sadness." Ethiopians were celebrating the annual Pastoralists' Day on Monday. The Boeing 737-800 took off around 2:30 a.m. (0030 GMT) and went down 2 miles (3.5 kilometres) off the coast, said Ghazi Aridi, Lebanon's public works and transportation minister. Pieces of the plane and debris were washing ashore in the hours after the crash, including passenger seats, a baby sandal, a fire extinguisher, suitcases and bottles of medicine. Helicopters and naval ships were scrambled for a rescue effort as waves reaching 1.5 feet (a half-metre) slammed into the shore. The plane was carrying 83 passengers and 7 crew, Lebanese officials said. The wife of Denis Pietton, the French ambassador to Lebanon, was on the plane, according to the French embassy. Aridi, the transportation minister, identified the passengers as 54 Lebanese, 22 Ethiopians, one Iraqi, one Syrian, one Canadian of Lebanese origin, one Russian of Lebanese origin, a French woman and two Britons of Lebanese origin. Ethiopian Airlines reported that there were 82 passengers and eight crew; the discrepancy could not immediately be explained. 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APTN APEX 01-25-10 1439EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: Iraq Explosions 4 Monday, 25 January 2010 STORY:Iraq Explosions 4- REPLAY Suicide car bombs strike 3 hotels killing at least 36 people; al-Hamra hotel LENGTH: 03:15 FIRST RUN: 1530 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Arabic/Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 634586 DATELINE: Baghdad, 25 Jan 2010 LENGTH: 03:15 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST: (FIRST RUN 1230 NEWS UPDATE, JANUARY 25 2010) Baghdad, site of Palestine hotel blast 1. Wide shot of smoke and dust rising from blast near Palestine hotel (tall building in background) and Sheraton hotel 2. Mid shot of smoke and dust rising from blast near Palestine hotel 3. Wide shot of smoke and dust rising from blast, slow pan right across skyline, smoke 4. Smoke blowing across building 5. Mid shot adjacent street, concrete blast walls, debris, security officers (FIRST RUN 1330 ME EUROPE PRIME NEWS, JANUARY 25 2010) Baghdad, site of Palestine hotel blast 6. Various of security officers and jeeps in street near damaged blast wall of car park for Palestine and Sheraton hotels, debris (FIRST RUN 1430 ME EUROPE PRIME NEWS, JANUARY 25 2010) Baghdad, site of Palestine hotel blast 7. Damaged cars in shared car park of Sheraton and Palestine hotels 8. Wide shot of blast site in car park 9. Wide shot of car park with helicopter flying in the background 10. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Ahmed Ali, eyewitness: "While we were sitting at the hotel, a powerful bang happened. The doors, windows and ceilings were smashed and fell on our heads." 11 Mid shot of Palestine hotel 12. Various of bomb crater in car park, Iraqi soldier measuring it 13. Wide shot of damaged windows of Palestine Hotel 14. Close up of helicopter flying overhead (FIRST RUN 1330 ME EUROPE PRIME NEWS, JANUARY 25 2010) Baghdad, exact location unknown 15. Wide shot of plume of smoke rising from another blast, above trees (FIRST RUN 1330 ME EUROPE PRIME NEWS, JANUARY 25 2010) Baghdad, site of Babylon hotel blast 16. Mid shot of fire crews and security officers examining pillars of destroyed security wall lying on ground ++MUTE++ (FIRST RUN 1530 NEWS UPDATE, JANUARY 25 2010) Baghdad, site of al-Hamra hotel blast 17. Pan from Iraqi troops to destroyed houses 18. Wreckage of car 19. Various of damaged houses and buildings 20. Mid shot of damaged car 21. Blood stain on ground 22. Firefighters and police and scene 23. Big crater caused by blast 24. Officials at scene (FIRST RUN 1430 ME EUROPE PRIME NEWS, JANUARY 25 2010) Baghdad, Ibn al-Nafis hospital 25. Tracking shot ambulances driving toward Ibn al-Nafis hospital 26. Various of ambulances driving into hospital compound 27. Wide shot of injured man stretchered out of ambulance 28. Ambulance driving out of hospital past soldiers STORYLINE: Suicide bombers in Baghdad struck near three hotels popular with Western journalists and businessmen on Monday just as Iraq announced the execution of Saddam Hussein's notorious cousin known as "Chemical Ali." At least 36 people were killed and more than 80 injured, security officials said. The blasts - coming in a span of about 15 minutes in downtown Baghdad - came shortly before state television announced that Ali Hassan al-Majid had been hanged. There was no claim of responsibility for the latest major attacks in Baghdad - about six weeks after a series of blasts killed 127 and brought outcry against Iraq's government for repeated security lapses as US Troops withdraw. Government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh said the latest bombings "represent an extension" of the activities of insurgents linked to Saddam's regime. But he stopped short of declaring the blast as possible revenge for the execution. The first explosion struck at about 3:40 pm (1240MGT) in the joint parking lot of the Palestine Hotel and Sheraton Hotel, toppling high concrete blast walls protecting the site and damaging a number of buildings along the Abu Nawas esplanade across the Tigris River from the Green Zone. Two other blasts followed minutes later, striking near the Babylon Hotel and al-Hamra Hotel, which is popular with Western journalists and foreign security contractors. The officials said the death toll was expected to rise. All officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorised to speak to the media. According to initial tallies, 15 of the victims were at the al-Hamra, 14 at the Sheraton, and the remaining seven died at the Babylon, including two policemen. Outside the Sheraton, a high-rise tower with views of the Tigris River and the fortified Green Zone on the other side, the blast left a 10-foot-deep (three-metre) crater in the parking lot. Cars were torn apart by the spray of metal and glass, which littered the lawns and courtyards of the popular fish restaurants along the river. The force of the explosion was strong enough to topple a row of 10-foot (three-metre) concrete blast walls along the road. Iraqi police sealed the area and Iraqi helicopters circled overhead. At the al-Hamra, two men in a car opened fire on guards at the hotel checkpoint before detonating the explosives, a third police official said. Baghdad's top military spokesman, Major General Qassim al-Moussawi, said suicide bombers were involved in all three attacks. The government spokesman al-Dabbagh confirmed the execution of "Chemical Ali," but did not give other details or the precise timing of when it was carried out. The execution took place about a week after he was sentenced to death for the poison gas attacks that killed more than 5-thousand Kurds in the Kurdish town of Kurdish town of Halabja in 1988. It was the fourth death sentence against him for crimes against humanity during the Saddam era. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 01-25-10 1341EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: Turkey Talks 3 Monday, 25 January 2010 STORY:Turkey Talks 3- REPLAY Turkish President Gul holds trilateral talks with Karzai, Zardari LENGTH: 03:16 FIRST RUN: 1530 RESTRICTIONS: Part No Access Turkey/ROJ TV TYPE: English/Natsound SOURCE: TRT POOL/AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 634590 DATELINE: Istanbul, 25 Jan 2010 LENGTH: 03:16 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY TRT POOL - NO ACCESS TURKEY/ROJ TV SHOTLIST (FIRST RUN 1430 ME EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 25 January 2010) AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY 1. Afghan President Hamid Karzai (left), Turkish President Abdullah Gul (centre) and Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari walking into summit room 2. Pakistani delegation 3. Wide of summit room 4. Turkish delegation 5. Media 6. Afghan delegation 7. Summit sign on wall: Turkey-Afghanistan-Pakistan Trilateral Summit (FIRST RUN 1530 NEWS UPDATE - 25 January 2010) TRT POOL - NO ACCESS TURKEY/ROJ TV 8. Gul, Karzai and Zardari walking into news conference 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Hamid Karzai, Afghan President: "Now we have from the very beginning been saying that those Taliban who are not part of al-Qaida or other terrorist networks are welcome to come back to their country, lay down arms and resume life under the constitution of Afghanistan, as the citizens of Afghanistan enjoy the privileges and the rights and the guarantees given by the Afghan constitution. In the past, this effort by the Afghan government did not have the backing or the support of our international partners. This current effort, this renewed effort I should say has the backing of our partners, in particular the United States and Europe." 10. Cutaway of media 11. SOUNDBITE (English) Asif Ali Zardari, Pakistan President: "The policy that the parliament, or the mandate that the parliament gave to our armed forces was a three-D policy. Based on dialogue, development and deterrence. Fortunately or unfortunately we had to do a lot of deterrence but we will always welcome a dialogue, development also goes to hold the place. It is not a question of just getting rid of the anti-social elements or the extreme forces but to develop the area also." 12. Cutaway of journalist asking question 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Asif Ali Zardari, Pakistan President: "So we have never disencouraged (discouraged) dialogue. No democratic government, No democratic party can talk about only war. We have to talk about peace and if there are any people who are the "reconcilables" or people who want to give up their way of life, the democratic governments or the democracy always welcomes them back." 14. Wide of end of news conference STORYLINE Afghan President Hamid Karzai said the United States and Europe back his plan to invite some Taliban fighters to lay down their arms and reintegrate back into Afghan society. Karzai spoke Monday in Istanbul, three days ahead of a London conference on Afghanistan that is expected to focus on his government's efforts to persuade Taliban militants to give up their fight. He said the offer would apply only to those Taliban who are not part of al-Qaida or other "terrorist" groups. Karzai was in Turkey for a meeting with Turkish President Abdullah Gul and President Asif Ali Zardari of Pakistan, a nation that has also struggled with Islamic militancy and has had tense relations with Afghanistan over their porous border. The lawless area along the border between the two countries is believed to act as a haven for al-Qaida and Taliban militants. Karzai and Zardari were in Istanbul for a trilateral summit hosted by Turkey, to discuss regional issues including the problem of battling against militants along their common border. For his part, Zardari said his government was also open to dialogue with insurgents as well, if they were willing to lay down their arms. Earlier in the day, Turkish President Abdullah Gul welcomed the pair, and held separate meetings with them, before attending the trilateral summit later. Karzai was on his first stop on a tour to seek financial and other support for his government. The meeting came a day after the postponement of parliamentary elections in Afghanistan. The Afghan government has postponed the vote for four months, until September, citing security concerns and a lack of funding from donor nations after widespread fraud in last year's presidential poll. Karzai's tour will later include Berlin and London. The US and its allies have urged the Afghans to reform the electoral system. Another flawed vote would erode support for Karzai and threaten international support for the war. 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APTN APEX 01-25-10 1342EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: +Canada Haiti 3 Monday, 25 January 2010 STORY:+Canada Haiti 3- WRAP Opening session of conference ADDS family photo, silence and sot Canadian PM LENGTH: 02:39 FIRST RUN: 1830 RESTRICTIONS: No Access Canada TYPE: French/English/Natsound SOURCE: CTV STORY NUMBER: 634622 DATELINE: Montreal, 25 Jan 2010 LENGTH: 02:39 CTV - NO ACCESS CANADA SHOTLIST (FIRST RUN 1630 EUROPE PRIME NEWS, JANUARY 25 2010) 1. Wide, pan of meeting 2. Close up of sign 3. Wide shot as Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Lawrence Cannon, opens meeting 4. Cutaway of Haitian Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive listening 5. Cutaway of photographer 6. SOUNDBITE: (English/ French) Lawrence Cannon, Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs: "We come together to support our friends, the Haitian people, as they seek a new and better future for a country that has already suffered more than we can imagine." (SWITCHES TO FRENCH) My thoughts are with the Haitians who have all lost dear ones and are still suffering today following the earthquake. The voices that move us the most are of those from whom we will never hear again, of those buried under the rubble." 7. Cutaway of official 8. Wide shot of podium 9. SOUNDBITE: (French) Jean-Max Bellerive, Haitian Prime Minister: "I could continue my thank-yous, and I'm sure I would forget to mention so many more, so many more, so many more, such has been the solidarity expressed by our partners. I can simply say that the Haitian people will be in need of so much more, so much more, in the face of the colossal job of rebuilding." ++NEW (FIRST RUN 1830 NORTH AMERICA PRIME NEW, JANUARY 25 2010) 10. Pan as officials stand for moment of silence in memory of victims of earthquake 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Stephen Harper, Canadian Prime Minister: "Like Canada, countries throughout the hemisphere and around the world have responded swiftly and generously. Thanks to decisive international action, medical, humanitarian and search and rescue support is pouring into the country. Private citizens are also contributing greatly." 12. Wide shot of meeting 13. Officials pose for photo, US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton stands to the right of her husband Lawrence Cannon, Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs STORYLINE International efforts to aid earthquake ravaged Haiti convened on Monday in Canada as a prelude to a larger donor conference is expected soon. Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Lawrence Cannon said the conference would review the progress of aid delivery to Haiti since the earthquake and lay the groundwork for a larger meeting that will focus on long-term reconstruction. "We come together to support our friends, the Haitian people, as they seek a better future for a country that has already suffered more than we can imagine," Cannon said, opening the meeting in Montreal. Haitian Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive said his government needs to rely strongly on its partners but he asserted that Haiti is able to lead the rebuilding effort after the January 12 earthquake. Haitian Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive made the remarks to foreign ministers from a host of nations as they work to improve relief efforts in the international community's first meeting since Haiti's January 12 earthquake. "I can simply say the Haitian people need more and more and more in the face of the colossal job of reconstruction," Bellerive said. Bellerive has previously acknowledged the government was facing serious legitimacy issues as people question whether it exists at all. The quake destroyed key government buildings, including the National Palace, hampering the work of what was already a weak and inefficient state. Bellerive said Haiti's government has set up six groups to deal with issues such as humanitarian aid, housing and security. He said each group is being led by a Haitian minister as well as an international party. He said 200-thousand tents are needed immediately. Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and foreign ministers from more than a dozen countries, eight international bodies and six major non-governmental organisations are meeting. Governments have pledged nearly one (b) billion dollars in aid to Haiti, according to an Associated Press estimate, including 575 (m) million dollars from the European Union's 27 nations. Monday's meeting comes as a global army of aid workers was delivering more food into people's hands in Haiti, but the efforts were still falling short. One Haitian government official said more than 150-thousand victims have been buried by the government and that nobody knows how many bodies are buried in the rubble. Canada has deep ties to Haiti with more than 100-thousand people of Haitian descent live in Canada, most of them in Montreal. 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APTN APEX 01-25-10 1559EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: US Italy Monday, 25 January 2010 STORY:US Italy- REPLAY Italian FM meets with US Sec of State, comments on Baghdad blasts and Haiti LENGTH: 01:39 FIRST RUN: 1530 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 634589 DATELINE: Washington DC, 25 Jan 2010 LENGTH: 01:39 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST: 1. US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini walking in to news conference 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Franco Frattini, Italian Foreign Minister: "I want to repeat here how highly we value the important and generous efforts of United States to help people in Haiti. We highly value, we strongly appreciate, personal commitment of President Obama and Secretary Hillary Clinton to help people there. Italy was among the first countries helping and contributing in a framework of international coordination." 3. Pan from Clinton to Frattini 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Hillary Rodham Clinton, US Secretary of State: "We unfortunately believe there will be continued efforts by the terrorists, by al-Qaida in Iraq in particular, to try to upend the commitment of the Iraqi people toward a democratic future. But as we have seen over the past year, in the face of horrific losses - the bombing of government buildings, the terrible tragedies that the Iraqis have had to continue to endure - I think that the Iraqis themselves, by their actions, are demonstrating a great deal of courage as they try to move toward these elections." 5. Clinton and Frattini walking away STORYLINE: Italy's foreign minister, on a visit to Washington, DC, on Monday, was at pains to distance his government from harsh criticism of the US relief effort in Haiti made by his country's top disaster official. "I want to repeat here how highly we value the important and generous efforts of United States to help people in Haiti," Franco Frattini told a news conference, standing alongside US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton. He said Italian civil protection chief Guido Bertolaso wasn't speaking in an official capacity when he called the US military presence in Haiti inefficient and out of touch with reality on the ground. Bertolaso told state-run RAI television on Sunday that the relief effort was a "pathetic" failure and it showed that the international community was unable to mount an adequate disaster response. He called for the appointment of an international civilian humanitarian coordinator, saying the US military wasn't adept at coordinating a civilian humanitarian emergency. Clinton, speaking at the news conference, condemned Monday's bombings in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad. Suicide bombers struck near three hotels popular with Western journalists and businessmen just as Iraq announced the execution of Saddam Hussein's notorious cousin known as "Chemical Ali." At least 36 people were killed and more than 80 injured, security officials said. "We unfortunately believe there will be continued efforts by the terrorists, by al-Qaida in Iraq in particular, to try to upend the commitment of the Iraqi people to a democratic future," Clinton said. Iraq is approaching a parliamentary election on March 7 that is seen as an important step in Iraq's political reconciliation and a boost toward accelerating US troop withdrawals. There was no claim of responsibility for the latest major attacks in Baghdad - about six weeks after a series of blasts killed 127 and caused an outcry against Iraq's government for repeated security lapses as US troops withdraw. 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APTN APEX 01-25-10 1343EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: US GM Monday, 25 January 2010 STORY:US GM- REPLAY Whitacre takes over GM CEO job on permanent basis LENGTH: 02:24 FIRST RUN: 1730 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: GENERAL MOTORS VNR STORY NUMBER: 634618 DATELINE: Detroit, 25 Jan 2010/FILE LENGTH: 02:24 SHOTLIST Detroit, Michigan - January 25, 2010 1. Wide of news conference 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Ed Whitacre, General Motors Chief Executive Officer: ++Audio partly overlaid with next shot++ "As you know the Board of Directors initiated a search for a CEO last December and having considered different directions and looking at the best and most stable situation for the success of the company, the Board of General Motors asked me at a special meeting last week if I would be willing to stay on as CEO at GM. Having spent the last few weeks, few months really, meeting with employees, customers and dealers and having worked with the new leadership team at General Motors and sort of learning this business, I was both honoured and pleased to accept this role. So I am going to do it for a while. " 3. Wide of Whitacre speaking at podium 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Ed Whitacre, General Motors Chief Executive Officer: "Most importantly our new products are appealing to our customers, more appealing and they are winning awards and we have stabilised our market share even with the loss of half of our brands. And we are significantly ahead of all the metrics that we had detailed in the viability plan and that makes all of us happy and optimistic." FILE: Date and Location Unknown 5. Mid of cars on assembly line Detroit, Michigan - January 25, 2010 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Ed Whitacre, General Motors Chief Executive Officer: "It is because of this progress that I can confirm with certainty this morning that we will paying back the US Treasury and the Canadian-Ontario loans by June. This is a significant milestone in our journey back to being a profitable and viable company." FILE: Date and Location Unknown 7. Mid of cars on assembly line Detroit, Michigan - January 25, 2010 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Ed Whitacre, General Motors Chief Executive Officer: "I know most of you have been following the situation with "Saab" closely over the past several weeks. As of today we have not changed direction on the wind-down of the operation. Obviously there have been advanced talks with Spyker Cars to acquire SAAB, however we do not have a deal to announce this morning. If and when that changes we'll let you know and that's going to be my only comment this morning on that issue." FILE: Detroit, Michigan - Recent 9. Pan of sign on GM's headquarters STORYLINE General Motors Chairman and interim Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Ed Whitacre is dropping the interim from his title as the automaker's CEO and reaffirmed on Monday the automaker would repay in full the loans it got from the US and Canadian governments by June. Whitacre announced the change at a news conference at GM's Detroit headquarters. The 68-year-old Whitacre had been GM's interim CEO since last month, when the company's board ousted former CEO Fritz Henderson. "Having spent the last few weeks, few months really, meeting with employees, customers and dealers and having worked with the new leadership team at General Motors and sort of learning this business, I was both honoured and pleased to accept this role," he told reporters. Whitacre is the former CEO of US telecommunications giant, AT&amp;amp;T. He was named chairman of GM last summer after the automaker emerged from bankruptcy. Whitacre sounded an optimistic note to reporters about the health of GM. "Most importantly our new products are appealing to our customers, more appealing and they are winning awards and we have stabilised our market share even with the loss of half of our brands," he said. It is that progress, he said, that will allow GM will repay its 8.1 (b) billion US dollars in loans from the US and Canadian governments all at once. Whitacre suggested the automaker could repay the loans even sooner than June. He said he intends to stay two or three years, or long enough to get the job done. He also confirmed reports that Dutch luxury car maker Spyker Cars NV is still in talks with GM to buy its ailing "Saab" brand, but no deal has been reached. Whitacre said GM is in "advanced talks" with Spyker but continues to wind down Saab's operations. "We do not have a deal to announce this morning," he told reporters. GM spokesman Chris Preuss in Detroit would not say if the company is close to a deal with Spyker. GM and Spyker negotiated through the weekend trying to work out a deal to save Saab, which GM has decided to jettison as part of its restructuring plan to focus on four core brands, Chevrolet, Cadillac, Buick and GMC. Swedish media reported that a deal was close, but Preuss said nothing had been finalised as of Monday afternoon in Sweden. 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OUTDOOR SPEEDWAY MOTORCYCLE CRASHES
MOTORCYCLE DIRT BIKE RACES IN THE UK....THESE ARE SOME OF THE BEST CRASHES CAUGHT ON TAPE FROM THESE MOTORCYCLE EVENTS. GOOD CRASHES AND ACCIDENTS CAUGHT ON TAPE!
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HARLEY’S RACE AND CRASH - 2009
HARLEY RACE - FLUBS, ACCIDENTS FROM U.S. SPEEDWAY NATIONALS MOTORCYCLE EVENTS AT THE COSTA MESA SPEEDWAY IN CALIFORNIA. THE HORNY GUY WINS!