Description: NEWSFEED: 9/1-2/05 HURRICANE KATRINA, AFTERMATH, LOTS OF REFUGEES, MICHAEL BROWN, JESSIE JACKSON, DESTROYED TOWNS, SUPERDOME, SHELTERS;DX EXT Katrina flood victims walk waste deep in mucky water, carrying belongings, man pushes belongings in trash can;DX EXT wheelchair-bound black man with no legs pushed through flood by younger man;INT T/H Michael Brown gives press briefing in Baton Rouge; INT Jesse Jackson gives his own briefing regarding Katrina and rescue operations;STILLS of Natalee Holloway, DX EXT shaky footage of suspects at Aruba police station, photo of suspects;DX EXT pan across deck of aircraft carrier, chopper lands on deck, supplies loaded off chopper;DX EXT news segment on Katrina victims in NO stranded, small dog left behind, cops give water bottles to victims;DX EXT angry black man holds infant wanting to know where FEMA is, aerial over thousands of people by Superdome;DX EXT repeat same news segment with no reporter narration;DX EXT var pov shots of Waveland, a small town COMPLETELY wiped out by Katrina, crying woman searches for her son; DX EXT kids drawing, mother can't believe devastation, INT scavengers in trashed market, EXT national guard offers supplies;REPEAT story on Waveland without reporter narration, muddy American flag hovers over destroyed home;INT Senate session--many senators take the floor discussing Katrina;DX EXT aerial over huge wall of smoke and fire in Arizona, plane flies into smoke, var panning shots of smoke over city;INT Katrina victims inside Astrodome, ws cots on floor of dome, lots of people sitting in cots, walking;DX EXT var T/H from NO residents about lack of aid after Katrina, man recalls passing nursing home w/dead inside; DX EXT workers load supplies on to trucks and carts, pilot loads small plane with supplies;DX EXT tearful woman discusses how her family bought supplies for refugees, black woman claims Katrina aid is work of Christ;INT union workers vote to strike, all cheer loudly when the vote is announced, workers count votes, T/H var workers glad;DX EXT quick shots of destroyed Gulf Coast, T/H GW Bush, workers clean up debris, T/H male resident angry at Bush, refugees; INT Bush Sr. & Bill Clinton stand behind Bush at press briefing;DX EXT more angry refugees at Superdome, INT dome, crowd gathers around bus, T/H female reporter in debris, man on boat;DX EXT helicopter drops sandbags into flood; DX EXT soldiers pack up and head for New Orleans, T/H soldier explains his deployment to NO, soldiers pack bags;DX EXT T/H Condi Rice takes questions from press regarding Katrina, explains how Bush cares deeply about the disaster; DX EXT more shots of refugees stepping off boat to safety, T/H woman recalls almost dying in Katrina, man glad to be alive;DX EXT infant rescued, 90 year old refugees, more refugees on boat;INT pov moving through hallway to break yard in bldg, pot plant found in yard, T/H bald man, 50s, cu marijuana plant;INT Fidel Castro gives speech in Spanish offering aid to Katrina victims (gee, thanks..);DX EXT cops on suburban street, crime scene in corn field, aerial of scene, T/H man reads statement from family of murder victim;INT preemie babies handled in hospital, tubes up nose, mother holds newborn, dad watches over her shoulder, woman holds infant; DX EXT looters wade through flood, aerial of flooded NO, T/H officer claims he quit force, more shots of looters;DX EXT chopper unloads survivors, T/H black woman explains how filthy conditions are under 1-10 Bridge, T/H reporter; DX EXT young woman is separated from her family, elderly and young are carried out by EMS workers, sick & dead on street;DX EXT woman holds passes out child, recalls Katrina, T/H nurse recalls watching people die;DX EXT ambulances arrive at hospital, INT airport;INT young black woman recalls surviving Katrina, crying, recalls walking over dead bodies;
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