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In and Around News 2008-05-16:'众志成城,抗震救灾'



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Dramatic video taken during China’s massive earthquake Monday has emerged. This was filmed by an amateur photographer visiting a mountain reserve near Chengdu. The dust is from rocks tumbling down the hillside and crumbling buildings nearby. He and his friends then hopped on their motorbikes and tried to drive through the quake-damaged town, finding roads blocked and people walking on the streets in a daze.

Another video at Chengdu’s main airport during the quake was shot by a correspondent from Japan’s TV Tokyo. It shows a chaotic scene as people scrambled for exits.

Chinese state media said on Wednesday that nearly 26,000 people are still buried in earthquake debris with another 14,000 missing after the massive earthquake that’s struck Sichuan province. The figures are in addition to the official death toll of almost 15,000 announced earlier in the day. The scale of devastation was becoming clear as more rescuers made it on foot into the hardest hit areas, finding towns where 80% of the population fell victim to Monday’s 7.9 magnitude quake.

As help began to arrive in some of the hardest to reach areas, some victims trapped for more than two days under collapsed buildings were still being pulled out alive. In one rescue operation, rescuers found a girl whose legs were jammed in between two concrete walls. With the use of a life-detector device, they managed to find a way to get her out. A woman who was eight months pregnant was rescued on Wednesday after spending 50 hours trapped in her home in Dujiangyan city. The woman, covered in dust, but apparently not injured, was taken into an ambulance while onlookers cheered. In Beichuan, people gathered on Wednesday to identify bodies of relatives killed in the disaster and surveyed what remains of their homes.

Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao met officials in Mianyang to discuss rescue and recovery efforts. Mianyang, an industrial city of 700,000 people was turned into a thronging refugee camp with residents sleeping outdoors. The death toll from Mianyang city was confirmed that over 5,000 with more than 18,000 people there still thought to be buried under crushed buildings.

Soon after news of the earthquake broke, Chinese organizations began setting up ways for people to donate money to the Red Cross and other agencies.  “We want people to donate money and cash instead of clothing and medicine because of traffic conditions in Sichuan. Medicine, water and thick clothing are among the most sought items in the region.”

Rescuers walk through a steady rain as they search wrecked towns across hilly stretches of Sichuan Province. Staff from the Jinjiang Maternity Hospital set up makeshift tents for newborns and their mothers in case more buildings collapse in aftershocks.  “We are taking care of the new-born children, all their parents are absent. We have to look after them. We have to feed them, and we have to record symptoms of life”.

By noon on Wednesday, military helicopters had begun dropping food and medicine to survivors. The government said it will welcome outside aid but assistance will be confined to money and supplies, not to foreign personnel due to transportation issues.

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Dramatic video taken during China’s massive earthquake Monday has emerged. This was filmed by an amateur photographer visiting a mountain reserve near Chengdu. The dust is from rocks tumbling down the hill side and crumbling buildings nearby. He and his friends then hocked on their motorbikes and tried to drive through the quake damaged town, finding roads blocked and people walking on the streets in a daze.

Another video at Chengdu’s main airport during the quake was shot by a correspondent from Japan’s TV Tokyo. It shows a chaotic scene as people scrambled for exits.

Chinese state media said on Wednesday that nearly 26,000 people are still buried in earthquake debris with another 14,000 missing after the massive earthquake that’s struck Sichuan province. The figures are in addition to the official death toll of almost 15,000 announced earlier in the day. The scale of devastation was becoming clear as more rescuers made it on foot into the hardest hit areas, finding towns where 80% of the population fell victim to Monday’s 7.9 magnitude quake.

As help began to arrive in some of the hardest to reach areas, some victims trapped for more than two days under collapsed buildings were still being pulled out alive.

In one rescue operation, rescuers found a girl whose legs were jammed in between two concrete walls. With the use of a life-detector device, they managed to find a way to get her out. A woman who was eight months pregnant was rescued on Wednesday after spending 50 hours trapped in her home in Dujiangyan city. The woman, covered in dust, but apparently not injured, was taken into an ambulance while onlookers cheered. In Beichuan, people gathered on Wednesday to identify bodies of relatives killed in the disaster and surveyed what remains of their homes.

Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao met officials in Mianyang to discuss rescue and recovery efforts. Mianyang, an industrial city of 700,000 people was turned into a thrown-in refugee camp with residents sleeping outdoors. The death toll from Mianyang city was confirmed at over 5,000 with more than 18,000 people there still thought to be buried under crushed buildings.

Soon after news of the earthquake broke, Chinese organizations began setting up ways for people to donate money to the Red Cross and other agencies.

“We want people to donate money and cash in stead of clothing and medicine because of traffic conditions in Sichuan. Medicine, water and thick clothing are among the most sought items in the region.”

Rescuers walked through a steady rain as they search to rag towns across hilly stretches of Sichuan Province. Staff from the Jinjiang Maternity Hospital set up makeshift tents for newborns and their mothers in case more buildings collapse in aftershocks.

“We are taking care of the new-born children, all their parents are absent. We have to look after them. We have to feed them, and we have to record symptoms of life”. By noon on Wednesday, military helicopters have begun dropping food and medicine to survivors.

The government said it would welcome outside aid but assistance would be confined to money and supplies, not to foreign personnel due to transportation issues.

 

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Dramatic video taken during China’s massive earthquake Monday has emerged. This was filmed by an amateur photographer visiting a mountain reserve near Chengdu. The dust is from rocks tumbling down the hill side and crumbling buildings nearby. He and his friends then hocked on their motorbikes and tried to drive through the quake damaged town, finding roads blocked and people walking on the streets in a daze.

Another video at Chengdu’s main airport during the quake was shot by a correspondent from Japan’s TV Tokyo. It shows a chaotic scene as people scrambled for exits.

Chinese state media said on Wednesday that nearly 26,000 people are still buried in earthquake debri with another 14,000 missing after the massive earthquake that’s struck Sichuan province. The figures are in addition to the official death toll of almost 15,000 announced earlier in the day. The scale of devastation was becoming clear as more rescuers made it on foot into the hardest hit areas, finding towns where 80% of the population fell victim to Monday’s 7.9 magnitude quake.

As help began to arrive in some of the hardest to reach areas, some victims trapped for more than two days under collapsed buildings were still being pulled out alive.

In one rescue operation, rescuers found a girl whose legs were jammed in between two concrete walls. With the use of a life-detector device, they managed to find a way to get her out. A woman who was eight months pregnant was rescued on Wednesday after spending 50 hours trapped in her home in Dujiangyan city. The woman, covered in dust, but apparently not injured, was taken into an ambulance while onlookers cheered. In Beichuan, people gathered on Wednesday to identify bodies of relatives killed in the disaster and surveyed what remains of their homes.

Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao met officials in Mianyang to discuss rescue and recovery efforts. Mianyang, an industrial city of 700,000 people was turned into a thrown-in refugee camp with residents sleeping outdoors. The death toll from Mianyang city was confirmed at over 5,000 with more than 18,000 people there still thought to be buried under crushed buildings.

Soon after news of the earthquake broke, Chinese organizations began setting up ways for people to donate money to the Red Cross and other agencies.

“We want people to donate money and cash in stead of clothing and medicine because of traffic conditions in Sichuan. Medicine, water and thick clothing are among the most sought items in the region.”

Rescuers walked through a steady rain as they search to rag towns across hilly stretches of Sichuan Province. Staff from the Jinjiang Maternity Hospital set up makeshift tents for newborns and their mothers in case more buildings collapse in aftershocks.

“We are taking care of the new-born children, all their parents are absent. through after we have to look after them. We have to feed them, and we have to record symptoms of life”. By noon on Wednesday, military helicopters have begun dropping food and medicine to survivors.

The government said it would welcome outside aid but assistance would be confined to money and supplies, not to foreign personnel due to transportation issues.

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Dramatic video taken during China’s massive earthquake monday has emerged. This was filmed by an amateur photographer visiting a mountain verserve near Chengdu. The dust is from rocks tumbling down the hillside and crumbling buildings nearby. He and his friends then hopped on their motorbikes and tried to drive through the quake damaged town, finding roads blocked and people walking on the streets in a daze.

 

Another video at Chengdu’s main airport during the quake was shot by a correspondent from Japan’s TV Tokyo. It shows a chaotic scene as people scrambled for exits.

Chinese state media said on Wednesday that nearly 26,000 people are still buried in earthquake debris with another 14,000 missing after the massive earthquake that’s struck Sichuan province. The figures are in addition to the official death toll of almost 15,000 announced earlier in the day. The scale of devastation was becoming clear as more rescuers made it on foot into the hardest hit areas, finding towns where 80% of the population fell victim to Monday’s 7.9 magnitude quake.

 

As help began to arrive in some of the hardest-to-reach areas, some victims trapped for more than two days under collapsed buildings were still being pulled out alive. In one rescue operation, rescuers found a girl whose legs were jammed in between two concrete walls. With the use of a life-detector device, they managed to find a way to get her out. A woman who was eight months pregnant was rescued on Wednesday after spending 50 hours trapped in her home in Dujiangyan city. The woman, covered in dust, but apparently not injured, was taken to an ambulance while onlookers cheered. In Beichuan, people gathered on Wednesday to identify bodies of relatives killed in the disaster and surveyed what remains of their homes.

 

Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao met officials in Mianyang to discuss rescue and recovery efforts. Mianyang, an industrial city of 700,000 people was turned into a thrown-in refugee camp with residents sleeping outdoors. The death toll from Mianyang city was confirmed at over 5,000 with more than 18,000 people there still thought to be buried under crushed buildings.

 

Soon after news of the earthquake broke, Chinese organizations began setting up ways for people to donate money to the Red Cross and other agencies.

“We want people to donate money and cash in stead of clothing and medicine because of the traffic conditions in Sichuan. Medicine, water and thick clothing are among the most sought items from the region.”

 

Rescuers walked through a steady rain as they search to wrecked towns across hilly stretches of Sichuan Province. Staff from the Jinjiang Maternity Hospital set up makeshift tents for newborns and their mothers in case more buildings collapse in aftershocks.

“We are taking care of the new-born children, all their parents are absent. So we have to look after them. We have to feed them, / we have to record symptoms of life”. By noon on Wednesday, military helicopters have begun dropping food and medicine to survivors.

The government said it will welcome outside aid but assistance would be confined to money and supplies, not to foreign personnel due to transportation issues.

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Dramatic video taken during China’s massive earthquake monday has emerged. This was filmed by an amateur photographer visiting a mountain reserve near Chengdu. The dust is from rocks tumbling down the hillside and crumbling buildings nearby. He and his friends then hopped on their motorbikes and tried to drive through the quake damaged town, finding roads blocked and people walking on the streets in a daze.

 

Another video at Chengdu’s main airport during the quake was shot by a correspondent from Japan’s TV Tokyo. It shows a chaotic scene as people scrambled for exits. Chinese state media said on Wednesday that nearly 26,000 people are still buried in earthquake debris with another 14,000 missing after the massive earthquake that’s struck Sichuan province. The figures are in addition to the official death toll of almost 15,000 announced earlier in the day. The scale of devastation was becoming clear as more rescuers made it on foot into the hardest hit areas, finding towns where 80% of the population fell victim to Monday’s 7.9 magnitude quake. As help began to arrive in some of the hardest-to-reach areas, some victims trapped for more than two days under collapsed buildings were still being pulled out alive. In one rescue operation, rescuers found a girl whose legs were jammed in between two concrete walls. With the use of a life-detector device, they managed to find a way to get her out. A woman who was eight months pregnant was rescued on Wednesday after spending 50 hours trapped in her home in Dujiangyan city. The woman, covered in dust, but apparently not injured, was taken to an ambulance while onlookers cheered. In Beichuan, people gathered on Wednesday to identify bodies of relatives killed in the disaster and surveyed what remains of their homes. Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao met officials in Mianyang to discuss rescue and recovery efforts. Mianyang, an industrial city of 700,000 people was turned into a thrown-in refugee camp with residents sleeping outdoors. The death toll from Mianyang city was confirmed at over 5,000 with more than 18,000 people there still thought to be buried under crushed buildings. Soon after news of the earthquake broke, Chinese organizations began setting up ways for people to donate money to the Red Cross and other agencies. “We want people to donate money and cash instead of clothing and medicine because of the traffic conditions in Sichuan. Medicine, water and thick clothing are among the most sought items from the region.” Rescuers walked through a steady rain as they search to wrecked towns across hilly stretches of Sichuan Province. Staff from the Jinjiang Maternity Hospital set up makeshift tents for newborns and their mothers in case more buildings collapse in aftershocks. “We are taking care of the new-born children, all their parents are absent. So we have to look after them. We have to feed them, we have to record symptoms of life”. By noon on Wednesday, military helicopters have begun dropping food and medicine to survivors. The government's said it would welcome outside aid but assistance would be confined to money and supplies, not to foreign personnel due to transportation issues.

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Dramatic video taken during China’s massive earthquake Monday has emerged. This was filmed by an amateur photographer visiting a mountain reserve near Chengdu. The dust is from rocks tumbling down the hillside and crumbling buildings nearby. He and his friends then hopped on their motorbikes and tried to drive through the quake-damaged town, finding roads blocked and people walking on the streets in a daze.

 

Another video at Chengdu’s main airport during the quake was shot by a correspondent from Japan’s TV Tokyo. It shows a chaotic scene as people scrambled for exits.

 

Chinese state media said on Wednesday that nearly 26,000 people are still buried in earthquake debris with another 14,000 missing after the massive earthquake that’s struck Sichuan province. The figures are in addition to the official death toll of almost 15,000 announced earlier in the day. The scale of devastation was becoming clear as more rescuers made it on foot into the hardest hit areas, finding towns where 80% of the population fell victim to Monday’s 7.9 magnitude quake.

 

As help began to arrive in some of the hardest to reach areas, some victims trapped for more than two days under collapsed buildings were still being pulled out alive. In one rescue operation, rescuers found a girl whose legs were jammed in between two concrete walls. With the use of a life-detector device, they managed to find a way to get her out. A woman who was eight months pregnant was rescued on Wednesday after spending 50 hours trapped in her home in Dujiangyan city. The woman, covered in dust, but apparently not injured, was taken into an ambulance while onlookers cheered. In Beichuan, people gathered on Wednesday to identify bodies of relatives killed in the disaster and surveyed what remains of their homes.

 

Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao met officials in Mianyang to discuss rescue and recovery efforts. Mianyang, an industrial city of 700,000 people was turned into a thrown-in refugee camp with residents sleeping outdoors. The death toll from Mianyang city was confirmed at over 5,000 with more than 18,000 people there still thought to be buried under crushed buildings.

 

Soon after news of the earthquake broke, Chinese organizations began setting up ways for people to donate money to the Red Cross and other agencies.  “We want people to donate money and cash instead of clothing and medicine because of traffic conditions in Sichuan. Medicine, water and thick clothing are among the most sought (after) items in the region.”

 

Rescuers walk/ through a steady rain as they search / wrecked towns across hilly stretches of Sichuan Province. Staff from the Jinjiang Maternity Hospital set up makeshift tents for newborns and their mothers in case more buildings collapse in aftershocks.  “We are taking care of the new-born children, all their parents are absent. We have to look after them. We have to feed them, and we have to record symptoms of life”.

 

By noon on Wednesday, military helicopters had begun dropping food and medicine to survivors. The government said it will welcome outside aid but assistance will be confined to money and supplies, not to foreign personnel due to transportation issues.

 

 

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Dramatic video taken during China’s massive earthquake monday has emerged. This was filmed by an amateur photographer visiting a mountain reserve near Chengdu. The dust is from rocks tumbling down the hillside and crumbling buildings nearby. He and his friends then hopped on their motorbikes and tried to drive through the quake damaged town, finding roads blocked and people walking on the streets in a daze. Another video at Chengdu’s main airport during the quake was shot by a correspondent from Japan’s TV Tokyo. It shows a chaotic scene as people scrambled for exits. Chinese state media said on Wednesday that nearly 26,000 people are still buried in earthquake debris with another 14,000 missing after the massive earthquake that’s struck Sichuan province. The figures are in addition to the official death toll of almost 15,000 announced earlier in the day. The scale of devastation was becoming clear as more rescuers made it on foot into the hardest hit areas, finding towns where 80% of the population fell victim to Monday’s 7.9 magnitude quake. As help began to arrive in some of the hardest-to-reach areas, some victims trapped for more than two days under collapsed buildings were still being pulled out alive. In one rescue operation, rescuers found a girl whose legs were jammed in between two concrete walls. With the use of a life-detector device, they managed to find a way to get her out. A woman who was eight months pregnant was rescued on Wednesday after spending 50 hours trapped in her home in Dujiangyan city. The woman, covered in dust, but apparently not injured, was taken to an ambulance while onlookers cheered. In Beichuan, people gathered on Wednesday to identify bodies of relatives killed in the disaster and surveyed what remains of their homes. Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao met officials in Mianyang to discuss rescue and recovery efforts. Mianyang, an industrial city of 700,000 people was turned into a thrown-in refugee camp with residents sleeping outdoors. The death toll from Mianyang city was confirmed at over 5,000 with more than 18,000 people there still thought to be buried under crushed buildings. Soon after news of the earthquake broke, Chinese organizations began setting up ways for people to donate money to the Red Cross and other agencies. “We want people to donate money in cash instead of clothing and medicine because of / traffic conditions in Sichuan. Medicine, water and thick clothing are among the most sought items from the region.” Rescuers walked through a steady rain as they search to wrecked towns across hilly stretches of Sichuan Province. Staff from the Jinjiang Maternity Hospital set up makeshift tents for newborns and their mothers in case more buildings collapse in aftershocks. “We are taking care of the new-born children, all their parents are absent. So we have to look after them. We have to feed them, we have to record symptoms of life”. By noon on Wednesday, military helicopters have begun dropping food and medicine to survivors. The government's said it would welcome outside aid but assistance would be confined to money and supplies, not to foreign personnel due to transportation issues.

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Dramatic video taken during China’s massive earthquake monday has emerged. This was filmed by an amateur photographer visiting a mountain reserve near Chengdu. The dust is from rocks tumbling down the hillside and crumbling buildings nearby. He and his friends then hopped on their motorbikes and tried to drive through the quake damaged town, finding roads blocked and people walking on the streets in a daze. Another video at Chengdu’s main airport during the quake was shot by a correspondent from Japan’s TV Tokyo. It shows a chaotic scene as people scrambled for exits. Chinese state media said on Wednesday that nearly 26,000 people are still buried in earthquake debris with another 14,000 missing after the massive earthquake that’s struck Sichuan province. The figures are in addition to the official death toll of almost 15,000 announced earlier in the day. The scale of devastation was becoming clear as more rescuers made it on foot into the hardest hit areas, finding towns where 80% of the population fell victim to Monday’s 7.9 magnitude quake. As help began to arrive in some of the hardest-to-reach areas, some victims trapped for more than two days under collapsed buildings were still being pulled out alive. In one rescue operation, rescuers found a girl whose legs were jammed in between two concrete walls. With the use of a life-detector device, they managed to find a way to get her out. A woman who was eight months pregnant was rescued on Wednesday after spending 50 hours trapped in her home in Dujiangyan city. The woman, covered in dust, but apparently not injured, was taken to an ambulance while onlookers cheered. In Beichuan, people gathered on Wednesday to identify bodies of relatives killed in the disaster and surveyed what remains of their homes. Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao met officials in Mianyang to discuss rescue and recovery efforts. Mianyang, an industrial city of 700,000 people was turned into a thrown-in refugee camp with residents sleeping outdoors. The death toll from Mianyang city was confirmed at over 5,000 with more than 18,000 people there still thought to be buried under crushed buildings. Soon after news of the earthquake broke, Chinese organizations began setting up ways for people to donate money to the Red Cross and other agencies. “We want people to donate money in cash instead of clothing and medicine because of / traffic conditions in Sichuan. Medicine, water and thick clothing are among the most sought items from the region.” Rescuers walked through a steady rain as they search to wrecked towns across hilly stretches of Sichuan Province. Staff from the Jinjiang Maternity Hospital set up makeshift tents for newborns and their mothers in case more buildings collapse in aftershocks. “We are taking care of the new-born children, all their parents are absent. So we have to look after them. We have to feed them, we have to record symptoms of life”. By noon on Wednesday, military helicopters have begun dropping food and medicine to survivors. The government's said it would welcome outside aid but assistance would be confined to money and supplies, not to foreign personnel due to transportation issues.
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Dramatic video taken during china’s massive earthquake on Monday has emerged. It was filmed by an amateur photographer visiting a mountain reserve near Chengdu. The dust is from rocks tumbling down the hillside and crumbling buildings nearby. Hill shaking, ok. Take it easy, it’s over, it’s over. He and his friends then hopped on their motorcycles and tried to drive through the quick damaging, finding roads blocked and people walking on the streets in the days. Another video of Chengdu’s main airport was shot by a correspondent from Japan’s TV Tokyo. It shows a chaotic scene as people scramble for exits. Chinese state media said on Wednesday that nearly 26, 000 people are still buried in earthquake debris, with another 14,000 missing after the massive earthquakes that struck Sichuan province. The figures are in addition to the official death toll of almost 15,000 announced early in the day. The scale of devastation was becoming clear as more rescuers made it on foot into the hardest hit areas, finding towns where 80% of the population fell victim to Monday’s 7.8 magnitude quake. As help begin to arrive, in some of the hardest- to -reach areas some victims trapped for two days under clasped buildings were still being pulled out alive. In one rescue operation, rescuers found a girl whose legs were jammed in between two concrete walls. With the use of life-detector device, they managed to find a way to get her out. A woman who was 8 month pregnant was rescued on Wednesday after spending 50 hours trapped in her home in dujiangyan city. The woman covered in dust but apparently not injured and was taken to an ambulance while onlookers cheered. In Beichuan, people gathered on Wednesday to identify bodies of relatives killed in the disaster and surveyed what remains of their homes. Chinese primer minister wenjiabao met officials in mianyang, discussed rescue and recovering efforts. Mianyang, an industrial city of 700,000 people, was turned into a thronging refugee camp, with residents sleeping outdoors. The death toll for Mianyang city was confirmed that over 5000 with more than 18,000 people there still thought to be buried under crushing buildings. Soon after the news of the earthquake broke, Chinese organizations began setting up ways for people to donate money to Red Cross and other agencies. We want people to donate money and cash instead of clothes and medicine because of the traffic conditions in Sichuan. Medicine, water and thick clothing are among the most-sought articles in the region. Rescuers work through a steady rain as they searched wrecked towns across hilly-stretched Sichuan province. Staff from the jinjiang maternity hospital set up make-shift tents for new- borns and their mothers in case more buildings clasped after shocks. We are taking care of the new-born children. All the parents are absent; we have to look after them. We have to feed them, we have to record symptoms of life. By news on Wednesday, helicopters began to drop food and medicine to survivors. The government said it’ll welcome outside aid but assistance will be confined to money and supplies not to foreign personnel, due to transportation issues.
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Dramatic video taken during China's massive earthquake monday has emerged. This was filmed by an amateur photographer visiting a mountain reserve near Chengdu. The dust is from rocks tumbling down the hillside and crumbling buildings nearby. He and his friends then hopped on their motorbikes and tried to drive through the quake-damaged town, finding roads blocked and people walking on the streets in a daze.

 

 Another video at Chengdu's main airport during the quake was shot by a correspondent from Japan's TV Tokyo. It shows a chaotic scene as people scrambled for exits. Chinese state media said on Wednesday that nearly 26,000 people are still buried in earthquake debris with another 14,000 missing after the massive earthquake that's struck Sichuan province. The figures are in addition to the official death toll of almost 15,000 announced earlier in the day. The scale of devastation was becoming clear as more rescuers made it on foot into the hardest hit areas, finding towns where 80% of the population fell victim to Monday's 7.9 magnitude quake.

 

 As help began to arrive in some of the hardest-to-reach areas, some victims trapped for more than two days under collapsed buildings were still being pulled out alive. In one rescue operation, rescuers found a girl whose legs were jammed in between two concrete walls. With the use of a life-detector device, they managed to find a way to get her out. A woman who was eight months pregnant was rescued on Wednesday after spending 50 hours trapped in her home in Dujiangyan city. The woman, covered in dust, but apparently not injured, was taken to an ambulance while onlookers cheered.In Beichuan, people gathered on Wednesday to identify bodies of relatives killed in the disaster and surveyed what remains of their homes.

 

Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao met officials in Mianyang to discuss rescue and recovery efforts. Mianyang, an industrial city of 700,000 people was turned into a thrown-in refugee camp with residents sleeping outdoors. The death toll from Mianyang city was confirmed at over 5,000 with more than 18,000 people there still thought to be buried under crushed buildings. Soon after news of the earthquake broke, Chinese organizations began setting up ways for people to donate money to the Red Cross and other agencies. "We want people to donate money in cash instead of clothing and medicine because of the traffic conditions in Sichuan. Medicine, water and thick clothing are among the most sought items from the region."

 

Rescuers walked through a steady rain as they search to wrecked towns across hilly stretches of Sichuan Province. Staff from the Jinjiang maternity hospital set up makeshift tents for newborns and their mothers in case more buildings collapse in aftershocks. "We are taking care of the new-born children, all their parents are absent. So we have to look after them. We have to feed them, we have to record symptoms of life".

 

By noon on Wednesday, military helicopters have begun dropping food and medicine to survivors. The government said it would welcome outside aid but assistance would be confined to money and supplies, not to foreign personnel due to transportation issues.

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Dramatic video taking during the China's massive earthquake Monday has emerged.It was filmed by amateur photographer visiting a mountain reserve in ChengDu.The dust is from the rocks the tumbling the hillside and / buildings nearby. He and his friends then motorbike try to drive through the quick damage town finding roads block and people walking on the streets in the days. Another video in ChengDu's main airport were shot by a correspondent from a Japan's TV Tokyo.It shows a chaotic thing as people scramble for exits.

China State media said on Wednesday that nearly 26000 people are still buried in earthquake debris.with another 14000 missing without after the massive earthquake that struck in SiChuan province.The figures in addition are to be official death toll almost 15000 announced earlier in the day.The scale of the devastation was becaming clearer as more rescuer made on foot into the heartest hit area. Finding the towns were 80% of the population felt the victims of the 7.9 magitude earthquake.

As help began to arrive some of the hardest reach areas,some victims were trapped for more than two days in the collaspe building were still be pulled out alive.In one rescue aperation,rescuer find a girl whose leg were jammed in between two concrete walls,with the use of the life deticeve device they manage to find a way to get out.A woman who was 8 month pregrant rescued on Wednesday after 50 hours trapped in home in DuJianYan city.The woman coverd in dust but apparently not injured.was taking to an ambulance while onlookers cheered. In BeiChuan people gathered on Wednesday to identified bodies of relatives killed in the distater and survey what remains in their homes. Chinese prime minster WenJiaoBao made a official in Yanan to disscus the rescue and recovery.MianYan An industry city with 700 000 people was turned to be a refugee camp,with residents sleeping out the doors.The death toll for the MianYang is confirmed over 5000,More than18000 people sill thought there under the crush building. Soon after the news of earthquake broke,Chinese organization began setting up ways for people donate money to red cross and another angence. Many people want to donate in cash instead of clothing and medince because of the traffic condition in SiChuan .Medince water and clothing in the most sought in region. Rescuer walk through steady rain as they search town cross of SiChuan province.Staff in the JingJiang Maternity hospital set up make shift for new-born mothers and the in case more building collasped after the shock. We taking care of the new-born children all the parents are absent,we have to look after them ,we have to fit them,we have to record of their life.By Wednesday elicopter began to drop food to survies.The government said it's welcome the outside aid,But the assistant will be confined to money and supplies.not to foreign personal due to the transporation issue.

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Dramatic video taken during China’s massive earthquake Monday has emerged. This was filmed by an amateur photographer visiting a mountain reserve near Chengdu. The dust is from rocks tumbling down the hillside and crumbling buildings nearby. He and his friends then hopped on their motorbikes and tried to drive through the quake-damaged town, finding roads blocked and people walking on the streets in a daze.

 

Another video at Chengdu’s main airport during the quake was shot by a correspondent from Japan’s TV Tokyo. It shows a chaotic scene as people scrambled for exits.

 

Chinese state media said on Wednesday that nearly 26,000 people are still buried in earthquake debris with another 14,000 missing after the massive earthquake that’s struck Sichuan province. The figures are in addition to the official death toll of almost 15,000 announced earlier in the day. The scale of devastation was becoming clear as more rescuers made it on foot into the hardest hit areas, finding towns where 80% of the population fell victim to Monday’s 7.9 magnitude quake.

 

As help began to arrive in some of the hardest to reach areas, some victims trapped for more than two days under collapsed buildings were still being pulled out alive. In one rescue operation, rescuers found a girl whose legs were jammed in between two concrete walls. With the use of a life-detector device, they managed to find a way to get her out. A woman who was eight months pregnant was rescued on Wednesday after spending 50 hours trapped in her home in Dujiangyan city. The woman, covered in dust, but apparently not injured, was taken into an ambulance while onlookers cheered. In Beichuan, people gathered on Wednesday to identify bodies of relatives killed in the disaster and surveyed what remains of their homes.

 

Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao met officials in Mianyang to discuss rescue and recovery efforts. Mianyang, an industrial city of 700,000 people was turned into a thronging refugee camp with residents sleeping outdoors. The death toll from Mianyang city was confirmed that over 5,000 with more than 18,000 people there still thought to be buried under crushed buildings.

 

Soon after news of the earthquake broke, Chinese organizations began setting up ways for people to donate money to the Red Cross and other agencies.  “We want people to donate money and cash instead of clothing and medicine because of traffic conditions in Sichuan. Medicine, water and thick clothing are among the most sought (after) items in the region.”

 

Rescuers walk/ through a steady rain as they search / wrecked towns across hilly stretches of Sichuan Province. Staff from the Jinjiang Maternity Hospital set up makeshift tents for newborns and their mothers in case more buildings collapse in aftershocks.  “We are taking care of the new-born children, all their parents are absent. We have to look after them. We have to feed them, and we have to record symptoms of life”.

 

By noon on Wednesday, military helicopters had begun dropping food and medicine to survivors. The government said it will welcome outside aid but assistance will be confined to money and supplies, not to foreign personnel due to transportation issues.

 

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Dramatic video taken during China’s massive earthquake Monday has emerged. This was filmed by an amateur photographer visiting a mountain reserve near Chengdu. The dust is from rocks tumbling down the hillside and crumbling buildings nearby. He and his friends then hopped on their motorbikes and tried to drive through the quake-damaged town, finding roads blocked and people walking on the streets in a daze.

 

Another video at Chengdu’s main airport during the quake was shot by a correspondent from Japan’s TV Tokyo. It shows a chaotic scene as people scrambled for exits.

 

Chinese state media said on Wednesday that nearly 26,000 people are still buried in earthquake debris with another 14,000 missing after the massive earthquake that’s struck Sichuan province. The figures are in addition to the official death toll of almost 15,000 announced earlier in the day. The scale of devastation was becoming clear as more rescuers made it on foot into the hardest hit areas, finding towns where 80% of the population fell victim to Monday’s 7.9 magnitude quake.

 

As help began to arrive in some of the hardest to reach areas, some victims trapped for more than two days under collapsed buildings were still being pulled out alive. In one rescue operation, rescuers found a girl whose legs were jammed in between two concrete walls. With the use of a life-detector device, they managed to find a way to get her out. A woman who was eight months pregnant was rescued on Wednesday after spending 50 hours trapped in her home in Dujiangyan city. The woman, covered in dust, but apparently not injured, was taken into an ambulance while onlookers cheered. In Beichuan, people gathered on Wednesday to identify bodies of relatives killed in the disaster and survey  what remains of their homes.

 

Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao met officials in Mianyang to discuss rescue and recovery efforts. Mianyang, an industrial city of 700,000 people was turned into a thronging refugee camp with residents sleeping outdoors. The death toll from Mianyang city was confirmed of over 5,000 with more than 18,000 people there still thought to be buried under crushed buildings.

 

Soon after news of the earthquake broke, Chinese organizations began setting up ways for people to donate money to the Red Cross and other agencies.  “We want people to donate money and cash instead of clothing and medicine because of traffic conditions in Sichuan. Medicine, water and thick clothing are among the most sought (after) items in the region.”

 

Rescuers worked through a steady rain as they searched wrecked towns across hilly stretches of Sichuan Province. Staff from the Jinjiang Maternity Hospital set up makeshift tents for newborns and their mothers in case more buildings collapse in aftershocks.  “We are taking care of the new-born children, all their parents are absent. We have to look after them. We have to feed them, and we have to record symptoms of life”.

 

By noon on Wednesday, military helicopters had begun dropping food and medicine to survivors. The government said it will welcome outside aid but assistance will be confined to money and supplies, not to foreign personnel due to transportation issues.

homework Dramatic video taken during China massive earthquake on Monday has emerged. It was filmed by * photographer visiting a moutain reserve near CHengdu. The dust is from rocks tumbling down from hillside and crumbling buildings nearby. He and his friend then hucked down the motobikes and tried to drive throuth the quake damage town finding roads blocked and people walking on the streets in the days. Another video in CHengdu's main airport during the quake was shoot by a correspondent from Japan's TV Tokyo. It shows a chaotic scene as people scrambled for exit. Chinese media said on Wednesday that nearly 26,000 people are still buried in earthquake debri with another 14,000 missing after the massive earthquake that's struck on Sichuan Province . The figures are in addition to the official death almost 15,000 anounced earlier in the day . The scale of devastation was becoming clear as more resurers made it on foot into the hardest hit areas ,finding towns were 80% of the population felt victim to Monday's 7.8 magnitude quake .As help began to arrive in some of the-hardest-to-reach areas, some victims trapped for more than 2 days on the collapsed buildings were still being pulled out of life . In one rescure operation , rescures found a girl whose legs were jammed in between two concrete walls . With the use of a life detector device ,they manage to find a way to get her out . A woman who was 8-month pregnant was rescured on Wednesday after spending 50 hours trapped at home in dujiangyang city.The woman covered in dust , but apparently not injured with taking a ambulance while onlookers cheered. In Beichuan, people gathered on Wednesday to indentify bodies of relatives killed in the disasters and surveyed what remains of their homes. Chinese prime minsiter Wen Jia Bao met officals in Yangyang to discuss rescure and recovery efforts . Yangyang , a industrial city of 700,000 people was turned into a thronging refugee camp with residents sleeping outdoors. The death toll from Yangyang city was confirmed at over 5,000 with more than 18,000 people there still thought to be buried under crash buildings. Soon after news of the earthquak broke, Chinese organizations beagn setting up ways for people to donate money to the Red Cross and other agencies . We want people to donate money and cash instead of clothing and medicine because of the traffic condition in Sichuan. Medicine , water and thicking clothing are the most sought items for the region.Resurers walk through a steady rain as they searched wreck towns across a hilly-stretched Sichuan Province. Staff from the jinjiang matenity hospital set up make-shift tents for new borners and their mothers in case more buildings collapse in after shocks.We are taking care of the newborn children.All the parents are absent ,so we have to look after them .We have to feed them , we have to record systoms of life .By news on Wednesday,military helicopters had begun dropping food and medicine to survivers .The governmet said it would welcome outside aid but assistance will be confined to money and supplies not to foreign personel due to transportation issues.
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Dramatic video taken during China’s massive earthquake Monday has emerged. This was filmed by an amateur photographer visiting a mountain reserve near Chengdu. The dust is from rocks tumbling down the hillside and crumbling buildings nearby. He and his friends then hopped on their motorbikes and tried to drive through the quake-damaged town, finding roads blocked and people walking on the streets in a daze.

 

Another video at Chengdu’s main airport during the quake was shot by a correspondent from Japan’s TV Tokyo. It shows a chaotic scene as people scrambled for exits.

 

Chinese state media said on Wednesday that nearly 26,000 people are still buried in earthquake debris with another 14,000 missing after the massive earthquake that struck Sichuan province. The figures are in addition to the official death toll of almost 15,000 announced earlier in the day. The scale of devastation was becoming clear as more rescuers made it on foot into the hardest hit areas, finding towns where 80% of the population fell victim to Monday’s 7.9 magnitude quake.

 

As help began to arrive in some of the hardest-to-reach areas, some victims trapped for more than two days under collapsed buildings were still being pulled out alive. In one rescue operation, rescuers found a girl whose legs were jammed in between two concrete walls. With the use of a life-detector device, they managed to find a way to get her out. A woman who was eight-months pregnant was rescued on Wednesday after spending 50 hours trapped in her home in Dujiangyan city. The woman, covered in dust, but apparently not injured, was taken into an ambulance while onlookers cheered. In Beichuan, people gathered on Wednesday to identify bodies of relatives killed in the disaster and survey what remains of their homes.

 

Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao met officials in Mianyang to discuss rescue and recovery efforts. Mianyang, an industrial city of 700,000 people was turned into a thronging refugee camp with residents sleeping outdoors. The death toll from Mianyang city was confirmed it over 5,000 with more than 18,000 people there still thought to be buried under crushed buildings.

 

Soon after news of the earthquake broke, Chinese organizations began setting up ways for people to donate money to the Red Cross and other agencies.  “We want people to donate money and cash instead of clothing and medicine because of traffic conditions in Sichuan. Medicine, water and thick clothing are among the most sought (after) items in the region.”

 

Rescuers worked through a steady rain as they searched wrecked towns across hilly stretches of Sichuan Province. Staff from the Jinjiang Maternity Hospital set up makeshift tents for newborns and their mothers in case more buildings collapse in aftershocks.  “We are taking care of the new-born children, all their parents are absent. We have to look after them. We have to feed them, and we have to record symptoms of life”.

 

By noon on Wednesday, military helicopters had begun dropping food and medicine to survivors. The government said it will welcome outside aid but assistance will be confined to money and supplies, not to foreign personnel due to transportation issues.

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