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A 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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Dramatic video taking during China`s massive earthquake Monday has emerged, it was filmed by amateur photographer visiting a mountain reserve near Chengdu. The dust is from rocks tumbling down te 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 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 earthquake that struck Sichuan Province, the figures are in addition to the official death toll of almost 15,000 anounced 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 the Monday`s 7.9 magnitude quake. As help begun to arrive in some of the hardest to reach areas, some victims trapped for more than 2 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 concret walls, with the use of a life detect advice, they managed to find a way to get 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 was taking to an amulance 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 // refugee camp with residents sleeping outdoors, the death toll for Mianyang city was confirmed over 5000, with more than 18,000 people there still thought to be buried under crash buildings. Soon after news of 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 // clothing are among the most sought items in the region."

Rescuers walked through a steady rain as they searched the wreck towns across hilly stretches of Sichuan Province, staff from the Jinjiang Maternity Hospital set up makeshift tents for new borns and their mothers in case more buildings collapse in aftershocks.

 

"We are taking care of new born children, all their parents are absent, we have to look after them, we have to feed them, we have to record symptoms of life."

 

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

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Dramatic video taken during China`s massive earthquake 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. 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 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 earthquake that struck Sichuan Province, the figures are in addition to the official death toll of almost 15,000 anounced 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 victims to Monday`s 7.9 magnitude quake. As help begun to arrive in some of the hardest to reach areas, some victims trapped for more than 2 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 concret walls, with the use of a life detector device, they managed to find a way to get 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 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 for Mianyang city was confirmed over 5000, with more than 18,000 people there still thought to be buried under crashed buildings. Soon after news of 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 in the region."

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

"We are taking care of new born children, all their parents are absent, we have to look after them, we have to feed them, we have to record symptoms of life."

By noon on Wednesday, military helicopters had begun dropping food and medicine to survivors, the govenrnment said it would welcome outside aid but assitance would be confined to money and supplies, not to foreign personnel due to transportaion issues.

[ 本帖最后由 goanna 于 2008-6-15 09:50 编辑 ]
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Dramatic video taken during from China's massive earthquake on Monday has emerged. It was filmed by * hotographer visiting a moutatin reserve near ChengDu. The dust is from rocks tumbling the hillside and crumbling buildings nearby.
He and his friends then hocked down thire motorbikes and tried to drive through the quick damaaged town,finding rock blocks and people waked the street in the days.
Another video in ChengDu's main airport during the quake was shot by correnspond by Japan's TV Tokyo.It shows scenes *that people * for exits.
Chinese Day Media on Wednesday said that nearly 26,000 people are still buried in earthquake debris,with another 14,000 missing after the massive earthquake that stroke CiChuan Provinc.The figures are in addition to the official deaths tolled almost 15,000 anounced early in the day.The scared devastation was ecoming clearly at more rescers made it on foot to the hardest ares,finding towns' 80% of the population * victims on Monday, 7.8 magnitute quake.
As the help * arriving, some of the hardest to reach area, some victims trapped more than two days in clapsed buildings were still pulled out alive. In one rescue operation, rescuers fond a girl whose lags were jammed in between two conqure walls. With the use of life test devices,they managed to find a way to get out. A woman who was 8 months pregnant was rescues on Wedsenday after 50 hours trapped in her home in DuJiangYan city.The woman covered in dust but apparently not injured was taken to an ambulance,*wild,looked at her tears
In BeiChuan,people got together to identify bodies relatives killed in the disaster the surving what remains were their homes.Soon after the earthquake broke,Chinese organization 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 clothes and medicine because of the taffic situtation in CiChuan. Medicine water and * clothes are among soft items in the region.
Rescuers walked through steady rain tropped to the to the town across region in CiChuan Province.
Stand at the ChengJiang hospital,set-up made up shifts tents were new-born an their mothers in case of building clapsing soon after shot. We are taking of the new-born children and their parents are abscent.We have to look after them.We have to fed them.
By * on Wednesday, military helicopters had began dropping foodand medicine to survivors. The government said it all welcome outside aid, but its system will confine to money and supplys,not to foreign personeels due to the transportation issues.

 

Chinese prime minister Wen Jia Bao made an official in MianYang to discuss and recovery efforts.MianYang, an industrial 1700,ooo people was turned into a running refuge camps with residents sleeping outdoors. The death tolls to MianYang city were confirmed over 5,000 with 18,000 there still got to be buried in crashed buildings. Soon after used the earthquake broke

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Dramatic video taken injuries Chinese massive earthquake Monday has emerged,it was filmed by amateur photographer visiting a mountain reserve near ChengDu,the dust from rocks tubmbling down hillside in crack buildings nearby.
he and  friends then hug on the motorbike and try to drive to the quake damaged town find roads rocks and people walking on the street in the daze ,

another video in Chengdu main airport during the quake was shot by a croressponding from janpan TV Tokyo,it shows a chaotic scene as their people scrambled for exist

Chinese state media said on wednesday that nearly twenty 26,000 people are still buried in earthquake debris,with another 40,000 missing after the massive earthquake strike SiChuan Province ,

The figure are in addition to be offical death toll  and almost Sichuan Province ,almost 60,000 allows early ,a skill devastation was becoming clear as more rescure were made on foot into the hardest hit areas
finding towns were eithty percent population fell victim Monday 7.8 magnitude quake,

as helpbegan to  arrive in ome of them  hardest to rich area,some victims drived for more than two days under clapped building were still be put our life,in one rescure operation  were found a girl whose leg /between two concrete walls ,

with the use of life detective divice ,they manage to find a way to  get out,a woman who with eight months pregnant was rescured on Wednesday after spending  15 hours trapped in her home in Dujiangyan city ,the woman covered in dust but apparently  not injuried was taken to the ambulance while on lookers cherred,

In beichuan People gathered on wednesday to identy bodies of relatives killed in the disaster and survey what remains  their homes,

Chinese prime minister wenjiabao made offical in Mianyan to discuss rescure and recovery  effort ,Mianyan ,an industrial city of 700,000 were turned in thrown in  refugee camp ,with residents sleeping outdoors ,the death toll from mianyang city was confirmed over 5000  with more than 80,000 people there still thought be buried under crushbuildings ,soon after the news of the earthquake broke ,Chinese organisation begans to set up ways for people donating money to the red cross and other agencies ,

we want to people donate money in cash instead of clothing and medicine  the traffic condition in Sichuan,medicine, water,and / clothing on Monumous Southt items in the region,

Rescurers walked throgh a steady  rain as the search rake town cross hilly statery of Sichuan province ,start from jinjiang / hospital stragey of SiChuan province ,Set up makeshift turn for new borns and their mother  in case more building collaps after shocks,

we are taking care of the new bore children all the parents are absent,we have to look after them ,we have to feed them ,and they are the symptoms of new life

by noon on wednesday ,minitary helicopter had began drive food and medicine to survivers ,the government said ,we welcomed ourside aids ,but assitance would be confined money and supplies ,not for foreign personnel trasportion 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 trembling 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 was 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. It was filmed by immature photographer visiting a mountain verser of Chengdu. The dust is from rock humbling down and crumbling buildings nearby. “It’s over, it’s over!” He and his friends then hard on a motor bike and try to drive to the quick-damaged town, finding road blocked, and people walking in the street in the daze. “Keep moving!” Another video at Chengdu main airport during earthquake was shot by a correspondent from Japan’s TV Tokyo. It shows chaotic scene as people’s crumble for exists. Chinese day media said on Wednesday that nearly 26,000 people are still buried in earthquake dewberry, with another 14,000 missing after massive earthquake that destruct Sichuan province. The figures are in addition to the official death toll of almost 15,000 announced earlier during the day. The scale david station was becoming clear As more rescuer made it on foot into the hardest hit areas, finding towns were 80% of the population fell victim on Monday’s 7.8 manutu quake. 40% As help began arrive, some of hardest areas victims are trapped more than 2 days under the collapsed buildings are still poll out alive. In one rescue operation, rescuers found a girl whose leg were jammed in between 2 concrete walls. With the use of the life-detective devices, they manage to find a way to get her out. A woman who was 8-month pregnant was rescued on Wednesday after 15 hours trapped in her home in Dujiangyan City. The woman covered in dust, but apparently not injured, was taken to ambulance while on looked cheer. In Beichuan, people gather on Wednesday to indentify bodies of relatives killed in the disasters and survey what remains with their homes. Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiangbao and Medic-official in Mianyang to discuss rescue and recovery efforts. Mianyang, an industrial city with 700,000 people, was turned into thronging refugee camp with residents sleeping outdoors. The death toll for Mianyang city was confirmed that over 5,000 people and 18,000 people are thought to be still buried under the crashed buildings. Soon after use the earth quake broke, Chinese organizations began to set up ways for people donate money to Red Cross and other agencies. “What people to donate money in cash instead of clothing and medicine because of traffic condition in Sichuan. Medicine, water and thick clothing are among the sort items in the region. Rescuers work in a steady way search wreck towns the hilly stretches of Sichuan province. Stead from the Jinjiang mentality hospital, staffs shift tens of new-borns and their mothers in case more buildings collapse after shocks. “We’re taking care of new born children, all the parents are absent. Three of us look after them, we have to feed them. We have to recall??life.” By new non??? Wednesday, military helicopters had began dropping food and medicines to survivors. The government says they welcome outside aids. But the system will confine to money and supplies, not to foreign personnel due to the transportation issues.

[ 本帖最后由 Anothercloz 于 2008-5-18 23:45 编辑 ]
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Dramatic video taken during China's massive earthquake 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. 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 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 earthquake that struck Sichuan Province, the figures are in addition to the official death toll of almost 15,000 anounced 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 victims to Monday`s 7.9 magnitude quake.

 

As help begun to arrive in some of the hardest to reach areas, some victims trapped for more than 2 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 concret walls, with the use of a life detector device, they managed to find a way to get 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 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 for Mianyang city was confirmed over 5000, with more than 18,000 people there still thought to be buried under crashed buildings. Soon after news of 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 in the region."

 

 

 

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

 

"We are taking care of new born children, all their parents are absent, we have to look after them, we have to feed them, we have to record symptoms of life."

 

By noon on Wednesday, military helicopters had begun dropping food and medicine to survivors, the govenrnment said it would welcome outside aid but assitance would be confined to money and supplies, not to foreign personnel due to transportaion issues.

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

 

Another video at ChendDu's main airport during the quake was shot by a correspondent from Japan's TV Tokyo. It shows chaotic scence as people scramble for exists.

 

Chinese state media said on Wedneday 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 offical death toll are 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 during the 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 2 days under collapsed buildings were still being pulled out alive. In one rescue operation, rescuers found a girl whose legs were jammed in between 2 concrete walls,with the use of a live-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 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 officals in Mianyang to discuss rescue and recovery efforts. Mianyang, an industrial city of 700,000 people was turned it was thrown-in refugee camp with residents sleeping outdoors. The death toll from Mianyang city was confirmed at over 5,000 thousand 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 agnecies.

 

"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(/urgenents) in the region. "  

 

Rescuers walked through a steady rain as they search wrecked towns across hilly stretches of Sichuan province.

 

Staff from the jinjiang maternoty hospital set up makeshift tents for new borns nad their mothers in case more building collapse in aftershocks.

 

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, and we have to record symptoms of life. By noon on Wednesday military helicopters had begun dropping food and medicines to surviores.

 

The goverment said it'll welcome outside aid, but assistance should be confined to money and supplies, not to foreign personnel do the 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 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-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, 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 in 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 the 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 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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verserve这个单词我查不到啊,Maternity Hospital应该翻成“妇产医院”吧?makeshift tents中的makeshift怎么翻啊?拜托解答一下...
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dramatic video taken during china massive earthquake on monday has urged ,it was filmed by an amateur photographer visiting a mauntain reserve near chengdu the dust is from rocks dumping from the hillside and cracking buildings nearby ,he and his friends then hoke down the motor bike try to redrive to the quick damaged town finding roads locked and people walking on the street in the days. another video in chengdu made in airport during the quake was shot by a corresponded from japanese TV tokyo,it shows the ?queotic scenes the people scrample ?frensis. chinese daily media says 23,000 people are still there in the earthquake debris another 40,000 missing after the massive earthquake that strikes sichuan province. the figures are in addition to be facial doubtful about 50,000 announced early in the day. the scale of the demonstrationg has coming clear as more rescue is made on foot in this hardest ?peiords , finding town where 80 percent population fell victims till monday 7.9 and to the quake. as help began arriving in some of the hardest to richer areas,some victims tracked for more than two days under clipsed buildings were still be pulled out alive. in one rescue operation,rescuer found a growth whose legs were jammed in between two concrete walls. with the use of the lifes detector advice , they manage the final way to get her out. a woman who was 8 month pregnant was rescued on wednesday after spending 50 hours tracked in her home in dujiangyan city,the woman covered dust but ?paraly not injured was taken to an ?agulants while on ?locer's cheer in beichuan people gathered on wednesday to identify bodies' relatives killed in the disaster and survey what remains in their homes. chinese prime minister wenjiabao made a facial in mianyang to discuss rescue and recovering conference. mianyang , an industrial city of 70,000 people was turn it from in refugee camps,where residents sleeping outdoors the ?deft over mianyang city was confirmed with more than 80,000 people,with more than 18,000 people there still fart be build on their crash buildings. soon after the news of earthquake broke, chinese organizations began setting up ways for people to donate money to the red crosses and other ?regionses. we want people to donate money cash,instead of clothes and medicine because the traffic condition is ?sitruwande medicine,water and fit clothing was mainly soft items to the region rescue was worked through steady rain as they searched the reck towns cross hilly structures of sichuan province stuff from the jingjiang maternity hospital set to make shelf tents for new borns and their mothers,in case more buildings collapes in aftershocks. we taking care of the new born children,?old parents absent so we have to look after them.we ought to feed them ,we ought to record their resistant life. by nuneng weknesday military helicopters have dropped food and medicine to survivers,the goverment said welcome outside aide , but the system would be combined money and supplies,not to be form a to transportational shows
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Dramatic video taken during China’s massive earthquake, Monday, has emerged. It was filmed by amateur photographer visiting a mountain reserve near Chengdu. Dust is from rock tumbling down the hillside and crumbling the buildings nearby. He and his friends then hock down the motorcycle and tried to drive through the quick damaged town finding roads blocked and people walking on the streets in a daze. Another video at Chengdu made in airport during the quack was shot by a correspondent from Japan TV TOKYO. It showed the chaotic scene at people scramble for exit. Chinese state media said on Wednesday that nearly twenty six thousand people are still buried in earthquake debris with another forty thousand missing after a massive earthquake that destroyed Sichuan province. The figures are in addition to the official death toll (死亡人数) almost fifteen thousand announced early in the day. The scale of devastation was becoming clear as more rescuer made it on foot into the hardest hit areas, finding towns where eighty per cent of population fell victim in Monday 7.9 magnitude quake. As help began to arrive in some 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 lags were jammed in between two concrete walls. With use of a lift detached device, they managed to find a way to get her out. A woman who was eight months pregnant was rescued on Wednesday after spending fifty hours trapped in her home in Djiangyan city. The woman covered in dust but apparently not injured was taken into ambulance while onlookers (旁观者) cheered. In Bichuan people gathered on Wednesday to identified bodies of relatives killed in the disaster and surveyed what remained at their homes. Chinese primary minister Wen jiabao met official Mianyang to discuss rescue and recovery efforts. Mianyang an industrial city of seven hundred thousand people was turned into a thronging refugee camp with residents sleeping outdoors. The death toll from Mianyang city was confirmed at over five thousand with more than eighteen thousand people there still thought to be buried under crushed buildings. Soon after the news of 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 clothing and medicine because of the traffic condition of Sichuan. Medicine, water and thick clothes are amount the most sought items in the region. Rescuers worked through steady rain as they searched wrecked towns across hilly stretches of Sichuan province. Staff from Jinjiang maternity hospital set up makeshift tents for new burn children and their mothers in case of more building collapsed in aftershocks. ‘We are taking care of newborn children. All the parent absence, 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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