1. Wide shot exterior zoom in on American Media Inc.
2. Mid shot police vehicle outside AMI
3. Mid shot emergency vehicles outside AMI
4. SOUNDBITE (English) John O. Agwunobi, Florida Department of Health Secretary: "There is no conclusive evidence at this point that anyone other than the three that I have mentioned to you, have the Anthrax germ, the Anthrax bacteria in their bodies. This is a fairly new occurance. The presence of Anthrax in a population doesn't happen that often. As technology evolves, we learn. There are some tests that are being performed at the moment, that we know we will not be able to read conclusively, until follow up testing is done in the future."
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Jeb Bush, Governor of Florida: "We have asked people to call their local health departments, and to call their local law enforcement when they see something unusual. Clearly in a free society it is important for all of us to be vigilant. But the people that are taking advantage of the fear that exists right now in Florida and our country, by using this as a hoax, to try to either have fun doing it, or because they think it's interesting, or whatever weird motivation they may have, I wanted to tell people that it is against the law in our state."
6. Wide shot cutaway of press conference with all officials on stage
7. Mid shot emergency vehicles and workers behind fence at AMI building
8. Wide shot pharmacy where Atta reportedly purchased salve for inflamed hands
9. Close up entry to pharmacy, zoomout to street corner
10. Close up cutaway Delray Beach banner hanging from light post
11. Mid shot exterior of apartment complex where Atta lived
12. Mid shot gateway of apartment complex
13. Mid shot security at gate of apartment complex
14. Close up sign on edge property of second apartment complex where another suspected terrorist lived
15. Wide shot pan of exterior of apartment complex
16. Wide shot exterior of apartment property
17. Wide shot Boca Raton Post Office exterior
18. Mid shot postal vehicles in lot of Post Office
19. Midshot postal worker handling crates behind postal vehicle
20. Still photo of AMI intern who is presently in hospital diagnosed with flu
Workers at a publishing group in Florida will undergo a second round of blood tests after a second employee was diagnosed with the deadly inhaled form of Anthrax.
Ernesto Blanco, a 73 year old mail room worker is in worsening condition with the same illness that killed one of his coworkers.
Last week health officials reported that his situation was improving, Monday however they said he is infected with the inhaled Anthrax that is, in most cases, fatal.
American Media Inc. headquarters, in Boca Raton, has been quarantined since last week, after Anthrax spores were found in several locations inside.
Florida Governor Jeb Bush, the President's brother, held a news conference Tuesday with an entourage of other state officials to quell fears and dissuade would-be pranksters.
State health officials said there are no other cases of Anthrax infection as of yet, but that more testing will be done to bolster those conclusions.
The Governor stressed the importance of being on aware of ones surroundings during these times, and immediately reporting any strange packages to the authorities.
In Delray Beach, a man believed to be one of the hijackers in the terrorist attacks visited a drug store in late August for medication to treat a burning sensation in his hands, a pharmacist says.
Gregg Chatterton, co-owner of Huber Discount Drugs, said Friday the man he identified as Mohamed Atta was evasive about the cause and the pharmacist asked if he'd been exposed to cleaning fluids or
"He snickered and said, 'No, I wasn't in a garden,"' said Chatterton, who described him as "cocky."
Chatterton said Atta was accompanied by a man the pharmacist later identified from photos as suspected hijacker Marwan al-Shehhi.
The pharmacist said the second man tapped himself on the chest and said he needed cough medication.
In a strange twist of events that the police are saying is probably coincidental, the wife of an editor at the AMI group is believed to have rented two apartments to two men who are now believed to have been hijackers in the September 11 attacks.
Both apartments are in Delray Beach and near to Huber Discount Drugs.
Police say this is the only connection that exists between the Anthrax attacks and the attacks on the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon in Washington.
The Boca Raton Post Office is where the mail that brought the Anthrax into AMI offices is thought to have been sent from.
Another possible coincidence, an intern from a Florida university that was working at AMI, but left in August, is now hospitalized with the flu.
Jordan Arizmendi's internship ended in August.
Tests are underway to determine if his illness is related to an Anthrax infection.