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“The first day, I put my four para-rescue men on site. They were guided by the local people who were there. And they found survivors, I lost the exact numbers.

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Rescue teams in the Philippines dig for survivors from last 1. Medium, shot rescue teams and earthmover digging in Friday’s deadly mudslide–but time is running out. The rubble search will soon be called off. 2. Close-up, various of rescue teams digging 3. Wide shot, aerial view of demolished area Since the wall of mud swept over this remote farming 4. Close up destroyed house community in Leyte Province, more than one hundred 5. Close up T-shirt bodies have been found–nearly 1000 people are still 6. Close up teddy bear missing. 7. Pan devastation, mud wave in the foreground 8. SOUNDBITE (Tagalog) Mary Grace Bulagsac, 560 survived. survivor, saying: “I was hanging laundry to dry under the sun, when I Mary Grace Bulagsac SOT heard a rumble, like the sound of a helicopter. Then I “I was hanging laundry to dry under the sun, when I heard saw the mudflow. I ran. I took my son. We ran all the a rumble, like the sound of a helicopter. Then I saw the way to the rice field, with my mother.” mudflow. I ran. I took my son. We ran all the way to the 9. Close up army chain carrying supplies rice field, with my mother.” 10. Close-up, box with UNICEF logo 11. Close-up, man carrying box The international relief effort was quick on the scene. Close-up, box containing medicine 12. Close-up, woman tying up bag A day after the disaster struck, UNICEF dispatched an 13. Medium shot, soldiers on mountain emergency team carrying a shipment of supplies including Close up soldiers digging essential drugs, medical equipment and water purification 13. Medium shot body bags tablets. 14. Close up man using seismic sound equipment 15. Medium shot seismic sound equipment But according to the agency, food and medical supplies 16. SOUNDBITE (English) Roman M. Dioso, Captain are running low. of Philippine Air Force, saying: “The first day, I put my four para-rescue men on site. Rescue workers in the emergency zone shovel through 30 They were guided by the local people who were there. feet of putrid earth and debris. And they found survivors, I lost the exact numbers. Some of the locals also found survivors.” They dig up and bury the dead. 17. Wide-shot of devastated mountain with helicopter 18. Aerial shot, various of demolished area Seismic devices were brought in the hopes of finding 19. Wide-shot of devastated mountain survivors. Captain Roman M. Dioso, Philippine Air Force SOT – “The first day, I put my four para-rescue men on site. They were guided by the local people who were there. And they found survivors, I lost the exact numbers. Some of the locals also found survivors.” As the rains continue to hover over the region, thousands of people have been evacuated due to the threat of further mudslides.

UNICEF is supporting local authorities in monitoring seven coastal communities to prevent another tragedy. Ends 2’00 Script

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Rescue teams in the Philippines dig for survivors from last 1. Medium, shot rescue teams and earthmover digging in rubble Friday’s deadly mudslide–but time is running out. The 2. Close-up, various of rescue teams digging search will soon be called off. 3. Wide shot, aerial view of demolished area 4. Close up destroyed house Since the wall of mud swept over this remote farming 5. Close up T-shirt community in Leyte Province, more than one hundred 6. Close up teddy bear bodies have been found–nearly 1000 people are still 7. Pan devastation, mud wave in the foreground missing. 8. SOUNDBITE (Tagalog) Mary Grace Bulagsac, survivor, saying: 560 survived. “I was hanging laundry to dry under the sun, when I heard a rumble, like the sound of a helicopter. Then I Mary Grace Bulagsac SOT “I was hanging laundry to dry under the sun, when I heard saw the mudflow. I ran. I took my son. We ran all the way to the rice field, with my mother.” a rumble, like the sound of a helicopter. Then I saw the 9. Close up army chain carrying supplies mudflow. I ran. I took my son. We ran all the way to the 10. Close-up, box with UNICEF logo rice field, with my mother.” 11. Close-up, man carrying box Close-up, box containing medicine The international relief effort was quick on the scene. 12. Close-up, woman tying up bag 13. Medium shot, soldiers on mountain A day after the disaster struck, UNICEF dispatched an emergency team carrying a shipment of supplies including Close up soldiers digging essential drugs, medical equipment and water purification 13. Medium shot body bags 14. Close up man using seismic sound equipment tablets. 15. Medium shot seismic sound equipment 16. SOUNDBITE (English) Roman M. Dioso, Captain But according to the agency, food and medical supplies of Philippine Air Force, saying: are running low. “The first day, I put my four para-rescue men on site. Rescue workers in the emergency zone shovel through 30 They were guided by the local people who were there. And they found survivors, I lost the exact numbers. feet of putrid earth and debris. Some of the locals also found survivors.” 17. Wide-shot of devastated mountain with helicopter They dig up and bury the dead. 18. Aerial shot, various of demolished area 19. Wide-shot of devastated mountain Seismic devices were brought in the hopes of finding survivors. Captain Roman M. Dioso, Philippine Air Force SOT – “The first day, I put my four para-rescue men on site. They were guided by the local people who were there.

And they found survivors, I lost the exact numbers. Some of the locals also found survivors.” As the rains continue to hover over the region, thousands of people have been evacuated due to the threat of further mudslides. UNICEF is supporting local authorities in monitoring seven coastal communities to prevent another tragedy. Ends 1’52

Shotlist 1. Medium shot army boxes 2. Aerial shot of landslide 3. Aerial shot of river and houses 4. Aerial shot of landslide 5. Wide shot landslide 6. Medium shot landslide 7. Pan shot of smashed house 8. Medium shot of muddy spoon 9. Close up cups, shirts 10. Close up muddy teddy bear 11. Pan landslide with rubble 12. landslide with chopper 13. Various shot of digging watch, Taiwan and American rescue teams 1’52 Shotlist 1. Various shot of seismic sound equipment 2. Zoom out landslide devastation 3. Various shot of rescue operation, rescue teams digging 4. Medium shot body bags 5. Various shots of UNICEF supplies 6. Soundbite: (English) (English) Roman M. Dioso, Captain of Philippine Air Force, saying: “The first day, I put my four para-rescue men on site. They were guided by the local people who were there. And they found survivors, I lost the exact numbers. Some of the locals also found survivors.” 7. Soundbite: (Tagalog) Mary Grace Bulagsac, survivor, saying: “I was hanging laundry to dry under the sun, when I heard a rumble, like the sound of a helicopter. Then I saw the mudflow. I ran. I took my son. We ran all the way to the rice field, with my mother.”