Description: NEWSFEED: 9/3-7/04 KERRY GIVES STUMP SPEECH, BUSH & KERRY POLITICAL ADS, HURRICANE PREPARATION, BILL CLINTON, LIGHTHOUSE DISAPPEARS; DX EXT peds in airport check in lines, luggage, sky caps, flight info screen, line of travelers; John Kerry political commercials; DX EXT fans line up to meet Bill Clinton at book signing; DX EXT var shots of caviar and fisherman catching fish, fish in net, nice caviar display on table, chefs in kitchen; DX INT hands flap wads of cash, money in cash register, hands on calculator old woman in doctors office; Video segment on health insurance w/talking heads, offices, peds walking; DX EXT aerial of island foundation where lighthouse once stood (now it's gone), photo of lighthouse when it was around; DX EXT man jumps out of airplane, flies on jetpack; DX EXT Tom Cruise exits cab and signs autographs in London; INT Bill Clinton enters church to applause, sings hymns, talks to congregation, after bypass surgery Clinton signs books; DX EXT John Kerry arrives at Ohio rally to cheers, John Glenn gives opening speech bashing comments made at RNC; DX EXT Glenn introduces Kerry, Kerry begins speech, does a little Bush bashing, extends best wishes to ailing Bill Clinton; DX EXT Kerry responds to Republican attacks on his service;DX INT empty airport in Florida;INT Hillary Clinton announces to guest that Bill Clinton has been admitted to hospital and that she will join him; DX EXT abandoned Florida gas station and restaurant the day before Hurricane Frances hits; DX EXT industrial trucks move out of lot;DX EXT crime scene w/car accident and bullet shells; DX EXT monorail/people mover glides on tracks mid city; DX EXT rushing floodwater in rural area, tractor pulls pick up truck out of water, road sign 3/4 deep in water;NX EXT woman can't get through flooded street, quick shots of rainfall, ambulance crew, pick up truck on flooded street;
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