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Thailand Tsunami Amateur Video
Title:
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Summary: Amateur Footage Of Wave Hitting Patong Beach (C)
Story No: X06050
Source: APTN, Rooijakkers(Lib.Ag)
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/26/2004 12:00 AM
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ls zoom into man wading, pan to wide of beach area and sea

ls into people finding survivors

ls pan boats and debris on beach, pan

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Thailand Tsunami Amateur Video
Title:
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Summary: Amateur Footage Of Wave Hitting Patong Beach (B)
Story No: X06049
Source: APTN, Rooijakkers(Lib.Ag)
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/26/2004 12:00 AM
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ls out to sea, pan to beach area and second wave hits, various pan of sea

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Thailand Tsunami Amateur Video
Title:
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Summary: Amateur Footage Of Wave Hitting Patong Beach (A)
Story No: X06048
Source: APTN, Rooijakkers(Lib.Ag)
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/26/2004 12:00 AM
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ls & zoom beach

various wide ls of wave hitting beach

various ls zoom & pan of water flow

ls zoom into man on building, pan to debris in water

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Thailand Tsunami Amateur Video
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Summary: Amateur Footage Of Wave Hitting Patong Beach (D)
Story No: X06051
Source: APTN, Rooijakkers(Lib.Ag)
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/25/2006 12:00 AM
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zoom of wave in distance

ls wave approaching

ls small wave hits

ls wave breaks out at sea

ls person on motorbike in flooded street

ls small wave breaks

various pan & zoom, people out in street

ground, pan of street with bikes and people

pan, tourists and locals gathered in clearing

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Indonesia Video 2
Title:
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Summary: Newly released amateur video of quake and tsunami impact
Story No: 440746
Source: APTN (Amateur Video)
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/26/2004 02:02 PM
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An amateur video showed the immediate aftermath the earthquake and tsunami as it hit the Indonesian town of Banda Aceh.

The footage was shot by a local resident was about to film a marathon in a stadium.

The video captured the exact moments when the earthquake started as it shook the town of Banda Aceh.

Participants in the marathon and spectators could be seen holding onto the ground as they waited for the quake to subside.

Panicked residents were seen evacuating homes and buildings, while hotel guests could be seen climbing out of their windows dressed only in their towels.

At the town's main hotel the first floor was completely crushed by its higher floors.

Patients of a local hospital were brought outside to the street, while residents and local authorities tried to rescue those trapped under the rubble.

Later, panicked residents started to run for their lives when they as the tsunami approached.

Many were dragged by the waters amid a torrent of logs and rubble as they tried to reach the river banks.

Indonesia's National Disaster Relief Coordinating Board announced on Tuesday that workers found 1,059 more bodies on Monday in Aceh, bringing the country's toll to 109,297. Another Indonesian agency has a higher toll, of 123,198.

1. Cars jolting inside Blang Padang stadium, where marathon was about to start, Audio of equipment falling apart

2. Loudspeakers falling apart during earthquake, Audio of equipment falling apart

3. Wide of collapsed building, Audio of equipment falling apart

4. Mid shot of people holding onto the ground

5. Woman wailing and embracing child

6. Bricks collapsing during earthquake, pan to street

7. People holding onto the ground, post jolting

7. Various of patients from hospital laying on the street

8. Wide of damaged hotel

9. Wide of guests outside hotel checking damage

10. Man looking through windows

11. Man covered with towel jumping off a window

12. Various of collapsed buildings in central town

13. Wide of crowd watching

14. Various of panicked crowd running

15. Pan of river full of logs and rubble caused by the tsunami

16. Various of logs and rubble dragged by the water, people on top of logs trying to reach the bank

17. Men helping people dragged by torrent with logs, injured people in the bank

18. Wide of car dragged by the torrent

19. People holding to trees to escape the floods

20. Another car dragged by torrent

21. People holding on to trees

22. People wading through floods, water on their necks

25. Woman on top a mattress dragged by rescuers

26. Four women holding onto log wading through floods

27. Pan from group of children to rescuer helping man on top of a roof

28. Police and rescuers carrying man in flooded street

29. Various of dead covered with flags and plastics

30. Wide of pile of logs and rubble dragged by torrent and halted by bridge

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Subjects: Tsunamis, Natural disasters, Accidents and disasters, Search and rescue efforts, Building collapses, Sports equipment, Earthquakes, Floods, General news, Structural failures, Accidents, Exercise, Diet and exercise, Lifestyle
Locations: Banda Aceh, Aceh, Indonesia
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Thailand Video
Title:
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Summary: Amateur video shows immediate impact of tsunami
Story No: 440653
Source: APTN (Amateur Video)
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/26/2004 08:08 AM
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A new amateur video on Monday showed the devastating impact of the tsunami on December 26th in the popular Thai beach resort of Patong in Phuket island.

The footage was filmed by a British bar owner who lost his bar on the day the tsunami hit Patong beach.

He managed to find a safe place in the back of an hotel with his camera, just before the second wave had hit the beach.

The video showed the wall of water hitting the beach and then rushing through a street of bars and restaurants.

The footage showed at least two men being swept away by the waters.

After the waters calmed down, people waded through the flooded streets to check the damage.

There was also footage of the third wave hitting the area, less strong then the second one.

Nearly 5,400 people were killed when the tsunami hit southern Thailand. Another 3,100 are still missing.

Just over five weeks after the tsunami disaster, the overall toll stood between 156,000 and 178,000 across 11 nations, with an estimated 26,500 to 142,000 missing, most of whom are presumed dead.

The range in death estimates reflects differing figures released by separate agencies in worst-hit Indonesia and Sri Lanka.

Keywords - Indian ocean earthquake tsunami

1. Second wave caused by tsunami hitting beach, wall of water rushing in through the street

2. Water rushing though the street, man being swept away by the strong flow

3. Another man swept away in the torrent

4. Pull in on another man seeking refuge inside a bar

5. Refrigerator being swept away

6. Pan of water, sweeping away equipment from bars, logs, UPSOUND (English):

"Don't stay down there, go on the top"

7. People watching flooded street from a restaurant balcony, people wading through the water

8. Various of water of third wave (not as strong as the second) rushing through street,

9. Flooded car, Audio of horn

10. Pan of street, people wading through the water, tourist filming

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Subjects: Tsunamis, Natural disasters, Accidents and disasters, General news
Locations: Patong Beach, Phuket Province, Thailand
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India Video
Title:
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Summary: Amateur video of tidal wave hitting shore
Story No: 438665
Source: APTN (AMATEUR VIDEO), APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/26/2004 03:42 PM
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APTN has obtained dramatic amateur video on Friday of December's huge tidal wave striking the coastline of the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu.

The footage captures the sudden crashing of a giant wave against the Vivekananda Rock Memorial, situated at the southern tip of Kanyakumari.

The video was shot by Aniket Kale.

After visiting the memorial, the 16 year-old and his family were waiting for a ferry to take them back to the mainland when the tsunami suddenly crashed into the memorial and the sea wall beside it.

Hundreds of other tourists were around at the time.

Kale and his family are from Pune in the western Indian state of Maharashtra,

The devastating tsunami of December 26 which destroyed lives and property in several countries around the Indian Ocean, killed more than six thousand people in Tamil Nadu.

But the tourists visiting the Vivekananda Memorial survived uninjured.

The statue was built on two rocks in the sea to honour Indian saint-philosopher Swami Vivekananda who meditated there in 1892.

It's a popular tourist destination and pilgrimage centre.

The Kale family, along with other stranded tourists, were later taken back to the mainland by rescue boats.

In total, India has recorded nearly 10-thousand deaths from the tsunami that pounded shorelines along the southern states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, and Pondicherry as well as the outlying Andaman and Nicobar islands.

Another six thousand people are missing, presumed dead, mainly in the island territories.

Keywords - Indian ocean earthquake tsunami

APTN (AMATEUR VIDEO)

Recent: Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu state - December 26, 2004

1. Various of tourists looking at the Vivekananda memorial from terrace before tsunami waves hit the coast

2. Various of huge tsunami waves crashing on to the terrace, rising higher than the Vivekananda statue

3. Various of waves, camera moves as water starts to come up onto the terrace

4. Various of helicopter circling overhead (audio: mute)

5. Various of tourists standing together

6. Wide of harbour area, zooms in on fishermen in sea

APTN

Pune, Maharashtra state - January 7, 2005

7. Various of brothers Aniket Kale (left of screen, in pink t-shirt) and Sanket Kale

8. Wide shot of boys' father Arun Kale with wife Shobha

9. SOUNDBITE: (Hindi) Aniket Kale, student who filmed tsunami footage:

"When the tsunami waves came, I was on the other side watching the water go up and down and the waves crashing onto the coastal areas. I kept filming on my handycam. Suddenly people started shouting: "Run, run." So I also started running. My father said, "climb up, the water is coming," but I kept shooting. It was only after I came back home that I realised what I had shot."

10. SOUNDBITE: (Hindi) Sanket Kale, Aniket's brother:

"We have done something good - and we have come back from the jaws of death."

11. Various of boys on computer

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Subjects: Natural disasters, Tsunamis, Tides, Accidents and disasters, Coastlines and beaches, Travel, General news, Environment and nature, Lifestyle
Locations: India, Pune, Indian Ocean, South Asia, Asia
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Sri Lanka Impact
Title:
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Summary: Footage shows town before and after tsunami
Story No: 438108
Source: APTN (AMATEUR VIDEO)
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/26/2004 09:21 AM
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+++AMATEUR VIDEO+++

December 25, 2004

1. Pull out from Batticaloa sign next to road

2. Pan of street

3. Pan of bridge over lagoon

4. Mid shot traffic over bridge

5. Wide shot building

6. Close up statue of Virgin Mary

December 26, 2004

7. Second wave coming in on roadside, knocks stranded boats

8. Distraught women on road next to water

9. People running as water flows over road from second wave

10. People crowded onto balcony of building

11. Mid shot people crowded onto balcony

12. People running and cycling along road, pan around to road with stranded boats

13. Pan of rubble in destroyed village near Batticaloa

14. Pan of destroyed home in village

15. Pan from damaged building in village to flooded land

16. House with shoe in foreground

STORYLINE:

Amateur video shot in the Sri Lankan regional capital of Batticaloa has emerged that shows the east coast city before and after devastating tsunamis struck.

People are seen fleeing surging waters and taking shelter from a second wave on December 26, after the first tsunami ravaged the city.

The pictures also show devastation in one of the many outlying villages left ruined in the wake of the tidal wave.

Aid agencies have been struggling to get emergency supplies to the most remote parts of Sri Lanka.

Sri Lankan authorities on Saturday put the nationwide death toll at 28,729.

A spokesman for the National Disaster Management Centre said 16,525 people were injured and 5,240 remained missing.

Nearly one (m) million people have been displaced and are living in 770 temporary camps in schools and religious places.

Keywords - Indian ocean earthquake tsunami

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Subjects: Tsunamis, Natural disasters, Accidents and disasters, General news
Locations: Batticaloa, Eastern Province, Sri Lanka
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Thailand Video 2
Title:
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Summary: WRAP UK tourist's amateur video of tsunami, comment
Story No: 438020
Source: APTN (AMATEUR VIDEO)
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/26/2004 11:39 AM
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**Clients please note: upsound includes some obscene language**

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Patong Beach, Phuket, Thailand

26 Dec 2004

1. Various shots of beach shore as taken from apartment (AUDIO family talking about size of oncoming wave)

2. Various of wave coming towards the shore and crashing onto beach

3. Second massive wave builds up crashes on to shore UPSOUND "Jesus Christ, look at that, (swears)......get in, get in, get in", family rushes inside from balcony, shot pans to flooded beach and buildings on shoreline, sea water rushes into complex

31 Dec 2004

4. Set up shot Ian White

5. SOUNDBITE (English) Ian White, British tourist:

"I was fine, I knew I was high up, it was a good strong building. I saw waves rolling up and I knew I was fine. The wave hit - and we have big waves in the channel (English Channel/La Manche) - it wasn''t a wave. It was a wave that hit but there was just solid water behind it, and it just kept coming, nothing was going to stop that wave, it was just the biggest wave I had ever seen, not tall but in depth, it was just a large volume of water flowing with it."

25/26 Dec 2004

6. Ian White and his family on balcony opening presents

31 Dec 2004

7. SOUNDBITE (English) Ian White, British tourist:

"All the time the tide was going in and out, the small waves, that was fine.... that was fine but the shock of the big wave hitting, they were panicking, they were sick and going to the toilet, they spent the next hour laying on the apartment floor, they were really worried, panicking."

26 Dec 2004

8. Various of ground floor and garden of flooded apartment complex

31 Dec 2004

9. SOUNDBITE (English) Ian White, British tourist:

"I didn''t know (whether the building we were in was safe), I was confident it was but I wasn''t prepared to risk my family''s life on the strength of it. We moved to the Blue Marine hotel which was much higher, about 70-80 foot above the sea, I know we were safe there, I was not prepared to risk my family''s lives."

26 Dec 2004

10. Various shots of ground floor and garden of flooded apartment complex, also flooded

STORYLINE

Home video taken by a British family vacationing in the Thai resort island of Phuket has captured the moment massive waves struck the coastline on 26 December.

The video, obtained by APTN, was filmed from the balcony of the family''s holiday apartment on the resort''s Patong Beach.

The footage shows the devastating impact of the tsunami which was sparked by Sunday''s earthquake off the coast of Indonesia''s Sumatra island.

Ian White, a builder from Cheam to the south of London, shot the footage as he watched the waves build up off shore with his family from the balcony of his apartment.

He said they knew it was probably a tsunami, having seen programmes about such phenomena on television.

After the second wave hit, crashing on to the beach and into the ground floor of his apartment complex, White said he realised it was unlikely anyone on that ground floor had survived.

The White family stayed in their apartment for the rest of the day before relocating to a nearby hotel on higher ground.

Thai officials have described the Patong Beach area as the worst-hit in the country. The government announced its death toll had doubled to more than 45-hundred people. Almost half of them foreigners.

Keywords - Indian ocean earthquake tsunami

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Subjects: Tsunamis, Hotels and resorts, Coastlines and beaches, Travel, Natural disasters, Leisure travel, Accidents and disasters, General news, Accommodations, Lifestyle, Environment and nature
Locations: Patong Beach, Phuket Province, Thailand
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Thailand Video
Title:
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Summary: Cars and people swept away as tsunami floods resort
Story No: 437948
Source: TV2 Norway (Lib.ag)
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 12/26/2004 12:55 PM
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A Norwegian survivor of the tsunami in Thailand has shown his amateur footage of the waves sweeping over the Phuket resort where he was staying.

The dramatic video shows a first wave sweeping over the pool and deck area, covering the blue and white setting in brown ocean water.

Moments later, vacationers are seen walking around stunned in waist-deep water, surrounded by floating deck chairs and chair cushions.

Though strong, the first wave was nothing compared with the second wave, which hit the resort moments later.

As vacationers stood near the pool and watch, ocean water entered the resort again.

The waves came in slowly at first but quickly gain speed and volume, sweeping away everything - including people - in its path.

A white boat on the horizon could even be seen in the video being pushed to shore, eventually disappearing behind a palm tree.

With the waves beginning to subside, the camera panned to the area behind the resort, just inland from the beach, showing the flooded, muddy landscape filled with debris, including at least two vehicles.

The tsunami spared nothing and no one.

In a corner of the once-pristine resort courtyard, two cars are piled next to each other underneath deck chairs, palm trees, and other material.

The government said on Friday Thailand''s death toll in tsunami disaster has soared to more than 4,500.

Keywords - Indian ocean earthquake tsunami

TV2 Norway/amateur footage

1. First wave sweeping over resort pool and deck, into courtyard

2. Man treading water in courtyard amid swirling deck chairs and cushions

3. Water sweeping over pool and deck

4. Woman calling out to friends after first wave has subsided

5. Stunned people wading through waist-deep water under building

6. Woman in bikini getting up from water behind palm tree

7. Stunned people wading through waist-deep water and deck chairs

8. Second wave, much bigger, sweeping rapidly over resort (Note: People in lower right-hand corner are swept away)

9. Pan from pool to courtyard and back again

10. Man clinging to planter amid floating furniture

11. Pan of resort with swirling rapids in courtyard

12. Area behind resort, flooded and littered with debris, including two vehicles as water continues to come in

13. Three people clinging to inflatable pool mattress

14. Television and other debris in dirty water

15. Two cars covered in deck chairs, palm trees, and debris in corner of courtyard

16. Floating suitcase

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Subjects: Hotels and resorts, Tsunamis, Oceans, Natural disasters, Floods, Accommodations, Travel, Lifestyle, Accidents and disasters, General news, Environment and nature
Locations: Phuket, Phuket Province, Thailand
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