Description: NEWSFEED: 9/22/04 CAR BOMBING IN IRAQ, ISLAMIC WOMEN PROTEST, PLANE CRASH, GEORGE BUSH SR, 1963 CORVETTE STINGRAY, FAMILY COOKS IN KITCHEN; DX EXT var shots of aftermath during huge car bombing in Iraq, many cars smoldering, fire engines, smokes; NX EXT entrance to Iraqi hospital at night, injured person rushed inside, man in wheelchair, injured man on gurney; DX EXT women in West Bank shout, protest and brave gunfire, soldiers fire at protesters, injured man, woman w/oxygen mask; DX EXT busted out buildings in middle east, soldier stands guards INT Yasser Arafat holds briefing in Arabic;DX EXT Haitian natives wade through muddy waters after flood, UN truck arrives, flood damage;News segment on Scott Peterson case, courtroom sketches, text of phone conversations;DX EXT man on gurney led into Israeli hospital;INT travelers walks around airport terminal; INT woman makes moccasins in her own store, T/H woman, var shots of her working in store, black woman cooks in her kitchen; INT video surveillance footage of jail abuse during news segment;DX EXT quick shots of cool cars driving, models of cool cars, vintage footage of 1963 Corvette Stingray (voted coolest car); DX INT kids make tacos in kitchen, recipes for taco mix DX EXT var shots of tourists kicking back on Jamaican beach; DX INT CU stethoscope on heart, EXT mom plays w/girl on swing, T/H female doctor; DX EXT traffic light on Iraqi street blows up, tanks firing, driving; INT female hostage (?) led into room by masked men; INT restaurant for the blind, night vision shots of people eating; DX EXT alligator on beach, captured by team of specialists, alligator gets tangled in rope; INT Jimmy Carter holds town hall meeting on Iraq;DX EXT red car surfaces in lake, led out of water;INT George Bush Sr. gives stump speech for his son; DX EXT small plane crash wreckage, many shots of twisted metal;
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