Description: NEWSFEED: 1/2/2007 MORE OF GERALD FORD'S COFFIN IN TRANSIT, AIRPORT CEREMONY, WINTER STORM DAMAGE, BROKEN TELEPHONE POLES ;NO TITLE Gerald Ford: his final revenge. He's getting back at me laughing at his falls by forcing me to watch this... ;As before, the coffin is being taken from the official plane, serenaded by a college band while cannons fire a salute. I think this band could use some more fluegelhorns. 14 doesn't cut it. Ford's relatives watch, the band plays...; The coffin is born to the hearse, good shot of a flag of the presidential seal, Betty gets into limo ;POLICE SHOOTING NYC VIGIL small vigil by banner. NE POWER LINES DOWN WITH ICE also some farm equipment near fallen pole ;BAN KI-MOON ON DEATH PENALTY. RI SCHOOL HEALTH SCARE high school with the state flag at half-mast ;There's a health inspector sort filling a cooler with samples. Of what? He's in the school library ;CO PLAYER SHOT-MEMORIAL OUTSIDE BRONCOS STADIUM DX and NX stuff left by fans. CA RACETRACKS QUARANTINED horse race; Empty stables, sulky training. DENVER WEATHER Aerial snowplow between really deep banks of snow, deer in snow covered field ;Aerial person waving at camera from house in snow, military hummer driving in snow, helicopter drops hay for cattle ;Snowplow, car stuck in snow, car completely buried, ha ha, shoveling snow- a more interesting shot than usual ;GERALD FORD coffin in transit, funeral highlights. GOVERNOR MCGREEVEY PORTRAIT ;GERALD FORD CASKET ARRIVES AT MUSEUM brass band, officers standing at parade rest, hearse and family eventually arrive ;Officers carry coffin indoors, relatives stand around, Betty is escorted by officer ;NC THREE HIT AT BUS STOP Aerial wheeling gurney into ambulance, ambulance driving away in neighborhood ;IL HIGH SCHOOL NEWGAURD CASUALTY John Hersey High School, student signing sympathy banneR ;OH GOV TAFT INKS JESSICA'S LAW 'Gov' signing. GERALD FORD GRAND RAPIDS AIRPORT CEREMONY just like the start of this tape ;
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