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Pakistan Crash
Title:
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Summary: 4:3 Dozens killed in head on crash between a bus and a truck
Story No: 864903
Source: AP TELEVISION
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 10/30/2012 12:35 PM
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1. Wide of damaged passenger van in crash site, with security and rescue workers around

2. Close of damaged passenger van, AUDIO: Siren

3. Damaged truck

4. Various of rescue workers moving body in to ambulance

5. Various of damaged truck with onlookers and security around

6. Injured people lying on beds in district headquarter hospital of Bahawalpur

7. Mid of injured man with bloodstains on his shirt

8. Injured on bed with medical team around

9. Wide of emergency ward

10. Wide of room where medical team treat an injured

11. Exterior of hospital emergency department

STORYLINE

A passenger van crashed into a truck on Tuesday in Pakistan's eastern Punjab province, killing 26 people, according to local media.

The accident took place on a highway near the town of Bahawalpur.

The injured passengers were taken to local hospital for treatment.

Fatal road accidents are common in Pakistan and many are blamed on widespread disregard for traffic rules.

Public transport drivers are often not properly trained and many work long hours.

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Subjects: Automotive accidents, Accidents, Transportation, Transportation accidents, Accidents and disasters, General news, Transportation accidents
Locations: Bahāwalpur, Punjab, Pakistan
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Peru Crash
Title:
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Summary: 4:3 Many passengers killed after bus careers off cliff in northern Peru
Story No: 861156
Source: AP TELEVISION
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 10/02/2012 03:32 AM
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1. Tilt from road down steep slope to crashed bus lying on its side

2. Various of bus wreckage

3. Mid of police carrying covered body on stretcher

3. Pan left from emergency vehicles parked on side of road to onlookers looking at crash scene

4. Mid of police preparing rope to help bring up stretchers

5. Wide of soldiers carrying stretcher

6. Mid of relatives talking to police

7. Various of people lifting piece of cardboard to look at bodies

8. Tracking shot of soldiers carrying two bodies on stretchers

9. Tracking shot of police officer carrying dead infant and placing on ground

10. Various of relatives crying

STORYLINE

At least 22 people were killed and another 20 injured after a bus went over a 250-metre (820-foot) cliff in northern Peru, authorities said on Monday.

According to a report from the highway police, the bus from transportation company Civa crashed in Huarmaca, 770 kilometres (480 miles) north of the capital Lima.

First reports blamed the driver, who was killed in the crash.

Rescue and recovery efforts continued for several hours owing to the remote location of the accident and the difficult terrain at the crash scene.

The road where the accident took place is narrow and unsurfaced.

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Subjects: Accidents, Automotive accidents, Accidents and disasters, General news, Transportation accidents, Transportation accidents, Transportation
Locations: Huarmaca, Piura, Peru
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Peru Bus Crash
Title:
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Summary: 4:3 20 dead, 47 injured after bus falls 200 metres down cliff
Story No: 682395
Source: AP TELEVISION
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 04/02/2011 12:07 AM
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Sipascancha Alta

1. Various top shots of crashed bus on the bottom of ravine, onlookers and rescuers at the site

2. Pan across bus, damaged and broken seats exposed after the roof was torn away during the accident

3. More of destroyed bus

4. Wide of victims' bodies laid out by the side of the road, covered by blankets

5. Mid of woman crying

6. Pan across covered of bodies of victims

7. Pan of body on stretcher being loaded into pick up truck

8. Mid of covered bodies

9. Tracking shot of body being carried on a stretcher

10. Various shots of onlookers gathered at the site of the accident

Cusco city

11. Exterior of the hospital

12. Wounded passenger being wheeled through hospital

13. Mid of two injured people

14. Injured man being helped out of car

15. Injured man on a wheelchair, being wheeled into hospital

16. Injured woman on a stretcher, doctors around her (filmed through the window glass)

17. Various of wounded people being transported into ward

STORYLINE:

At least 20 people were killed and another 47 wounded after a bus plunged into a ravine in Peru on Friday.

The accident took place early on Friday, when the bus travelling between Paucartambo and Cusco city drove off the road and fell into the 200-metre (656-foot) ravine in Sipascancha Alta.

Injured survivors were taken to hospital in Cusco city, 570 miles (910 kilometres) southeast of Lima.

The police said the cause of the accident was as yet unknown.

The area has no cell phone coverage, delaying the arrival of the police and the emergency services.

Highway accidents are common in Peru because of the poor condition of roads and the lack of regulation of the transportation sector.

According to official figures, about 3,500 people are killed each year in road accidents.

The Peruvian Health Ministry released a report in December 2010 that said that 19,225 people were killed and nearly 250-thousand were wounded in road accidents between 2005 and the first quarter of 2010.

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Subjects: Automotive accidents, Accidents, Transportation accidents, Accidents and disasters, General news, Transportation accidents, Transportation
Locations: Peru, South America, Latin America and Caribbean
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Ecuador Bus
Title:
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Summary: At least 36 killed after bus crashes off cliff
Story No: 655864
Source: AP TELEVISION
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 08/29/2010 10:01 PM
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++NIGHT SHOTS++

1. Ambulances arriving on scene of accident

2. Wounded man being carried into ambulance

3. Zoom out of ambulances and police cars near the ravine where bus fell

4. Firefighters near a wounded person who was spelled from bus as it was falling

5. Wounded person being evacuated on stretcher

6. Pan of crashed bus

7. Pan of bodies crushed under bus

8. Firefighters carrying a wounded man out

9. Various of firefighters using power saw to cut people out of bus

10. Various of firefighters helping a wounded child out of the bus

++DAY SHOTS++

11. Wide of site of accident as rescue efforts continue

12. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) No name given, driver who stopped to help:

"We helped getting the wounded out first, yes, we tried to get people out and then we helped with the dead bodies."

13. Woman looking at the site and crying

14. Line of dead bodies in forensic plastic bags

15. Pan from firefighters tightening ropes to lift bus, to the overturned bus

16. Shards of glass on ground

17. Firefighters getting another body out as bus is lifted

18. Wide of body bags lined up near the bus

STORYLINE

A bus ran off a highway and overturned on Sunday, killing at least 36 people, Ecuadorean officials said.

At least 12 others were badly hurt.

The bus was on a straight, well-paved strip of highway about 55 miles (95 kilometres) south of its destination, Quito, when the accident occurred at 3:20 a.m. (4:20 EDT; 0820 GMT) in La Delicia, police said.

A transit police spokesman said it appeared the driver fell asleep, though the cause of the crash remains under investigation.

Police said that driver who died in the accident had been at the wheel for at least seven hours.

Silvia Zumba of the Latacunga police department said the bus from the Turismo Oriental line had left the city of Cuenca with about 30 passengers and had picked up others along the way.

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Subjects: Automotive accidents, Transportation accidents, Accidents, Accidents and disasters, General news, Transportation accidents, Transportation
Locations: Hacienda La Delicia, Ecuador
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Pakistan Bus
Title:
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Summary: Bus crash kills 25 people, injures 30 others
Story No: 620042
Source: AP TELEVISION
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 09/18/2009 12:29 PM
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++MUTE++

1. Wide of scene of bus crash, crowd

2. Mid of people looking at bus wreckage on hillside

3. Pull out of people gathered on hillside, tilt down to bus wreckage at foot of hill

4. People carrying crash victims towards vehicle

5. Wide of people around bus wreckage

6. Close of wheels of crashed bus

++AUDIO++

7. Exterior of hospital with ambulance outside

8. Close of elderly woman's face, injured in crash

9. Close of young girl injured in crash

10. Various of injured being brought into hospital ward on stretchers

11. SOUNDBITE (Urdu) Name not given, Injured in bus crash:

"I don't know what happened. At that time I was on the roof of the bus, and then the bus crashed."

++MUTE++

12. Various of injured in hospital

STORYLINE

A speeding bus spun out of control on Thursday and plunged off a mountainous road in Pakistan-administered Kashmir, killing 25 people and

injuring 30 others, police said.

The bus was travelling from Muzaffarabad, the capital of Pakistani Kashmir, to Daban in the Jehlum valley when it fell one-thousand feet (300 metres) from the Himalayan road, police said.

Rescuers recovered 25 bodies and rushed 30 injured people to a hospital, they said.

Some were in critical condition, police said.

Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani expressed "grief and anguish over the loss of precious lives," a statement from his office said.

Police said the driver was speeding along the mountainous route, apparently eager to reach the destination to break the Ramadan fast.

Devout Muslims fast from dawn to dusk during the holy month of Ramadan.

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Subjects: Automotive accidents, Accidents, Transportation accidents, Accidents and disasters, General news, Transportation accidents, Transportation
Locations: Pakistan, South Asia, Asia
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Peru Bus Crash
Title:
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Summary: Fifteen killed in bus crash
Story No: 606093
Source: AP TELEVISION
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 05/13/2009 11:41 PM
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+++GRAPHIC+++

1. Wide of area where crash took place, bus in background

2. Mid of wreckage of bus with dead body laying in ground

3. Mid of emergency workers and bystanders looking at wreckage of bus

4. Pull out and pan of workers surrounding wreckage of bus

5. Close of license plate

6. Pan of workers next to wreckage

7. Tilt down and pan of workers surrounding wreckage of bus

8. Pan of wreckage

9. Rescue worker on bus using rope

10. Rescuers inside bus

11. Rescuers using pulley system to carry body away from crash site

12. Rescuer using saw on bus wreckage

13. Pan of bus, workers with ropes on top

14. Worker on top of bus, pulling rope

15. Wide of a body lying in bushes close to bus

16. Body being taken away from site using pulley system

17. Bodies lying by side of road

STORYLINE

At least 19 people were killed in Peru on Wednesday when a passenger bus drove off a cliff in the northern region of Piura, police sources said.

Authorities said the bus, operated by Movil Tours, dropped almost 200 feet (61 metres) off a cliff in Huancabamba, Piura state, while the passengers onboard were slept.

Sixteen others were seriously injured in the accident which took place as the bus drove into a bend on the Fernando Belaunde Terry highway, which connects Piura with the Peruvian jungle.

By early Wednesday afternoon, rescue workers had confirmed a total of 19 deaths, but the number could rise as information trickles in from this remote area where there is no telephone coverage.

Road accidents are common in Peru due mainly to recklessness on the part of drivers.

According to official figures, 875 people died in road accidents in Peru in 2008 and 5,307 were injured.

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Locations: Peru, South America, Latin America and Caribbean
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Peru Crash
Title:
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Summary: French, British, Argentine tourists hurt in bus crash
Story No: 600244
Source: AP TELEVISION
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 03/25/2009 01:53 AM
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1. Pan from road and bystanders down hill to coach on its side by stream, people standing around it

2. People sitting on river bank

3. Various of damaged coach on bank of stream, front in stream

4. Ambulance parked outside local hospital

5. Injured man being wheeled into hospital on gurney

6. Various of injured passengers sitting in waiting room

7. Injured passengers being driven away from hospital in police pick-up

STORYLINE

At least ten people were injured early on Tuesday morning in Peru, when the bus they were travelling in veered off the road and fell 25 metres and crashed into a stream, local media reported.

The damaged coach could be seen, its front in the stream, lying at the bottom of a hill below the road.

The injured were taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.

Six tourists from France, England and Argentina were among the injured in the incident, which took place in Sicuani, in the province of Cusco, according to police sources.

According to the authorities, the coach veered off course after the driver went down a road he was not familiar with.

The bus was travelling from Puno to Cusco, both popular stops for foreign tourists visiting Peru, and there were approximately 60 passengers on board.

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Subjects: Automotive accidents, Transportation accidents, Transportation, General news, Transportation accidents, Accidents, Accidents and disasters
Locations: Peru, South America, Latin America and Caribbean
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China Crash
Title:
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Summary: Nineteen dead in truck crash
Story No: 599830
Source: CCTV
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 03/20/2009 11:53 AM
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1. Wide shot of damaged bus

2. Sign on bus reading (Mandarin) "Tianmen - Harbin" - destinations of the bus

3. Pan over wrecked interior of bus

4. Front view of truck that was hit by bus

5. Rear of damaged truck

6. Close of damage, stain, on truck

7. Wreckage and coat by the side of the road

8. Wide of wreckage, belongings, on the side of the road

9. Tilt up of damaged bus

10. Damaged seats on bus

11. Damaged interior of bus

STORYLINE

At least 19 people were killed after a bus collided with a truck parked on the side of a busy highway in northeast China, state media reported on Friday.

The bus carrying 41 people slammed into the parked truck on the Harbin-Tongjiang expressway in Heilongjiang province on Thursday afternoon,

China's official Xinhua News Agency said.

The truck had parked after colliding with another vehicle just minutes earlier, Xinhua said.

At least 19 people died and the number of injured was being verified, Xinhua said.

Authorities in Heilongjiang could not be immediately reached for comment.

Road accidents are common in China because of overloaded and unsafe vehicles, poor road conditions and bad driving habits.

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Subjects: Automotive accidents, Accidents, Transportation accidents, Accidents and disasters, General news, Transportation accidents, Transportation
Locations: Heilongjiang Sheng, Heilongjiang Sheng, China
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Israel Bus Crash 2
Title:
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Summary: At least 23 Russian tourists die in bus crash
Story No: 589098
Source: AP TELEVISION
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/16/2008 04:37 PM
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near Eilat, southern Israel

1. Wide of police car at crash scene

2. Pull out of crashed bus with ambulances

3. Wide of police forces and ambulances

4. Soldiers standing next to bodies

5. Soldiers carrying dead body to ambulance

6. Wide of ambulances, police forces and dead bodies

7. Mid of crash site

8. Wide of overturned bus

9. Soldiers standing next to bodies wrapped in blankets

10. Various of bodies being loaded into ambulance

11. Feet of dead body, pull out

12. Wide of turned over bus with ambulances

13. Pile of belongings

14. SOUNDBITE: (Hebrew) no name given, Israel rescue service official:

"The injuries are severe. First of all the crash is grave, seriously grave, one of the worst I've seen in all my years in this profession. Very serious injuries. Head injuries, chest injuries, stomach injuries. That's it. There's not much more to add. Horrible sights."

15. Interior of damaged bus, pan to people around

16. Wide of bus

Jerusalem

17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Micky Rosenfeld, Police spokesman:

"There was a bus full of Russian tourists that had just touched down flow into Israel they were making their way into the tourist city of Eilat unfortunately there was a huge accident the bus overturned and rolled down off the road. As a result, unfortunately almost half of the people that were inside the bus were killed at the scene. We are talking about more than 20 people being killed."

18. Wide of Rosenfeld

STORYLINE

At least 23 Russian tourists were killed and dozens of others were seriously injured after their bus plunged into a ravine on Tuesday near the popular Israeli Red Sea resort town of Eilat, officials said.

The driver of another tour bus said the vehicle sped by in a no-passing zone, crashed through a guard rail and rolled down the slope.

Television footage showed the blue bus overturned at the bottom of a desert ravine, debris strewn along the slope it rolled down from the road.

Bodies in white bags were laid out in a row at the bottom of the ravine, which was swarming with rescue workers and soldiers.

An official from Israel's rescue service said there were "very serious" injuries and "horrible sights."

The passengers' luggage was tossed into a pile nearby.

The bus overtook another tour vehicle in a no-pass zone, lost control, then crashed through a guard rail into the ravine, said the driver of the bus that was overtaken.

Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said 23 people were killed.

A spokeswoman for Israel's tourism ministry said the 60 passengers on the bus were Russians, and Eilat official said they were from the city

of St. Petersburg and had just landed.

Forty ambulances rushed to the scene and Israel's air force dispatched six helicopters to evacuate the seriously wounded to hospitals across the

country.

An Israeli military officer who was among the first to arrive said he and several others rescued six wounded people who were trapped in the bus.

The accident took place on a desert road near Israel's southern tip.

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Locations: Israel, Russia, Middle East, Eastern Europe, Europe
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Nepal Bus
Title:
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Summary: 22 killed, 57 injured in school bus accident
Story No: 588671
Source: AP TELEVISION
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/12/2008 09:45 AM
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1. Wide of crashed bus near Mukundapur village, about 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of Katmandu

2. Pan of accident site

3. Local people looking at site

4. Pan of onlookers to accident site

5. Wide of people gathered outside hospital

6. Interior of hospital with injured students

7. Various of injured students

8. Relatives of a dead student comforting each other

9. Various of dead bodies ++GRAPHIC PICTURES++

10. Wide exterior of hospital

STORYLINE

A crowded school bus skidded off a bridge on a highway in southern Nepal, killing at least 20 students and two teachers, police said on Friday.

At least 57 others were injured.

The bus was returning from a school picnic late on Thursday when it plunged off the highway near Mukundapur village, about 125 miles (200 kilometres) southwest of the capital, Katmandu.

Police officials said all of the students were teenagers.

The 57 injured were treated at several hospitals, the official said.

An initial investigation indicated the bus was speeding, he said.

Accidents are common in Nepal, where both roads and vehicles are poorly maintained and there are no speed limits on highways.

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Locations: Mukundapur, Rangpur Division, Bangladesh
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