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China remembers quake victims


Exactly a week after the Sichuan earthquake left tens of thousands of people dead, China stops for a three minute silence.



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Rescue teams stopped work, troops bowed their heads and China's president stood in silence in central Beijing exactly one week after the Sichuan earthquake left tens of thousands of people dead. Sirens wailed and flags flew at half-mast as China began three days of official mourning. And our colleagues from ITV's News at Ten obtained new images showing the very moment the quake struck in Beichuan County. The panic and the anguish as hundreds of school children were trapped under tons of falling rubble. This report by our chief correspondent Alex Thomson contains some highly distressing images.

 

Beichuan, close to the epicenter, seconds into the quake. A town pulverized to dust clouds; close by, a wall collapsed inside the cinema full of children. "Get over there", he says, "help!" Across the road, two children trapped by their feet in fallen concrete. The cameraman wanders the streets: the injured, the dazed, people beginning to realize their most loved ones are missing in their destroyed town. Some are ordering people to get out to seek open ground. But many are just too confused or injured to heed the warnings.

 

2:28, one week on in Beijing, and on the trading floor of the HongKong Stock Exchange, and across China's vast railway network. 2:28 today, in Tian'an Men Square, Beijing, and 2:28 in Sichuan Province itself. Three days of national mourning are underway. Almost 32,500 people now confirmed dead, nearly a quarter of a million injured.

 

But the diggers are in along with 150,000 troops, slowly erasing the rubble piles. Makeshift schools are opening up. Today's lesson and this one personal hygiene, what do you do when there is no running water. First of all, it's for their own safety. Many houses are wrecked. If the children stay at home running around in the rubble, it could be very dangerous, especially if they have lost their family. And still people were coming out alive. 61-year-old Li Lingkui pulled clear after 164 hours today.

 

And here is Tanrong, a hospital worker, gingerly freed after being entombed for 139 hours. They said he was just slightly bruised and in his right senses. He certainly was. His wife, already rescued, enabled to greet him, described how they take in turns to shout for help. "Yesterday he shouted to help and I didn't to save energy. He always checked whether I was awake from time to time. We took it in turns to shout.

 

Across Sichuan Province, they are trailing out of the mountain villagers. In all 4.8 million people are homeless. Such as the terrain and the number of roads sealed by landslides, bringing people out from these places is arduous and slow. This is their chipping town. All these people are fortunate. They believe hundreds more are still alive here but trapped. And after a week, the clock must surely be ticking down. And so a day of pause and reflection across this vast nation has given way to nighttime vigil.

 

They shout "come on China!" "It's OK!" They sense on some togetherness here and great faith in the government to do everything it can. But from that same government tonight, the estimate that at least 50,000 lives will have been lost to the tremors of one week ago.

 

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pulverize: v.To pulverize something means to do great damage to it or to destroy it completely.

 

heed: v.If you heed someone's advice or warning, you pay attention to it and do what they suggest. (FORMAL)


arduous: adj.Something that is arduous is difficult and tiring, and involves a lot of effort.

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Rescue teams stop to work troops blood heads Chinese presidents students silent central Beijing exactly one week after the Sichuan earthquake left tens of thousands of people dead.Sirens ,whales, flags and fluid hard marst and China began three days official mourning.And our ITV news of ten obtained nearly shake the very moment of the quake struck the Sichuan county.The panic and angrish hundreds of school children were tracked tons of falling rumble.This report by our chief Thomson contains highly distressing energies. Beichuan closed to the epicenter seconds into the quake.The town ***stones.Closed by a wall collapsed inside of a cinema pooled the children.

"get over there"he says "help!"

Across the road two children trapped by the feet in fallen concret.The camera man wandered the streets.The injuried ,the daste,people beginning to realised their most loved one were missing and their destroyed town.Some are mordry to get out to seek  open ground.But many were just too confused or injuried to keep mourning. 2:28 one week on in Beijing.And on the trading floor of HongKong Stock Exchange. And across China vast railway network.2:28 today in Tian 'an men square Beijing. And 2:28 in Sichuan Province itself.Three days of National Mourning underway .Almost 32500 people now confirms dead, and quarter of people were injuried.But diggers are in and 150000 troops slowly araising the rumble piles. They chip schools are opening up. Today this one personnal hygen one to do is running water.First of all ,this should be on safety.Many houses are wrecked.If the children stayed home in running *rumble.They could be in dangers.Special rush in family .

 

And still people were coming out alive 61 year old were cleared up 160 hours today.And here is * her husband worker gingerly free up being tumed 139 hours.They said it just like bruise and his right senses. His only was his wife already rescued the able grative describe how they taken turns to shout for help."Yesterday he shout to help and I did save energy.He was checked from time to time. We get to turn to shout. " Across Sichuan Province the trailing moutain viliages ,and all 4.8million people were homeless.Such as the tray and the number rose by landsize bring people out this place and arguous and slow. This is the Chipping town all these people are fortunate/They believed hundreds more are still alive here but trapped. But through a week a clock must surely to taking down. And so a day pour afflection across this vast nation has given a night time to vegour.They shout come on China!It's OK! The sents are some together here and great fate government to do everything it can .But the government say tonight they estimate 50000 loss to the tremous about one week ago.

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Rescue teams stopped work troops * heads Chinese presidents students silent in central Beijing exactly one week after the Sichuan earthquake left tens of thousands of people dead. Sirens, whales, and flags fluid half mast and China began three days of official mourning. And our ITV news of ten obtained nearly shake the very moment of the quake struck in the Sichuan County. The panic and the anguish hundreds of school children were tracked under tons of falling rumble. This report by our chief Thomson contains highly distressing images.

 

Beichuan closed to the epicenter seconds into the quake. A town ***stones, closed by a wall collapsed inside the cinema pooled the children.

"Get over there" he says, "help!"

Across the road, two children trapped by the feet in fallen concrete. The camera man wandered the streets. The injured, the *, people beginning to realize their most loved ones were missing in their destroyed town. Some are mordery people to get out to seek open ground. But many were just too confused or injured to keep mourning.

 

2:28 one week on in Beijing, and on the trading floor of the HongKong Stock Exchange, and across China’s vast railway network. 2:28 today in Tian'an Men Square, Beijing. And 2:28 in Sichuan Province itself.

 

Three days of National Mourning are underway. Almost 32500 people now confirm dead, nearly a quarter of million injured. But the diggers are in along with 150000 troops slowly raising the rumble piles. They chip schools are opening up. Today’s lesson is this one personal hygiene what to do when there is no running water.

 

First of all, this should be on safety. Many houses are wrecked. If the children stayed home in running around the rumble, they could be very dangerous, especially those lost family.

 

And still people were coming out alive. 61-year-old Li Lingkui who cleared up 164 hours today. And here is *, a hospital worker gingerly free up being tumed 139 hours. They said it was just like the bruise and his right senses. His only was his wife already rescued the able greet him describe how they taken turns to shout for help.

 

"Yesterday he shouted to help and I didn’t to save energy. He was checked from time to time. We took in turns to shout.

 

Across Sichuan Province the trailing out of mountain villagers, in all 4.8million people were homeless. Such as the tray and the number rose by landsize bringing people out from these places and is arduous and slow. This is the Chipping town all these people are fortunate. They believed hundreds more are still alive here but trapped. But through a week a clock must surely to taking down.

 

And so a day pour reflection across this vast nation has given way to night time to vigor. They shout “come on China!” “It's OK!” The sents are some together here and great fate government to do everything it can. But from that say government / tonight they estimate at least 50000 lives had been loss to the tremors about one week ago.


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rescue teams stopped work, troops bowed their heads and china's

president stood at the center beijing exactly a week after sichuang

earth quake left tens and thousands people dead, sirens wailed, flags

flew at half mast that china began three days official mourning.Here

are coming our ITV news, here are showing the very moment of quake

struck in beichuan county, the panic and the anguishes, hundreds of

school children were trapped under the tones of falling concrete. This report

by our chief reporter Alic Tomson ...
Beichuan, close to the epicenter, second, closed by walls that collapsed in senimor. Over there he says "help", across the road, two children trapped by fris in form of concrete. The camera man wonders the streets, the injured, the dead, people realised that their loved ones are missing in the destroyed town, someone are orderring people to get out to seek over the ground,  but many are just too confused or injured to eat the warnings.
2:28 after the weekend, a demontrating HongKong stock exchange, and acrss china's vast railway network. 228 the day in tiananmen square beijing and 228 in sichuan province itself. Three days of national mourning are under way, almost 32,500 people now are annouced dead, nearly 1/4 million injured. But the things are here, over 100,000 are slowly araising crumble piles, the schools are openning up. Today's lwhat do you do without running water
First of all, let's for our own safty, many houses are wrecked, if the children stay home are around the trouble, they would be very dangerous.Especially when they lost their families.
....and still coming out  alive .....61 year old were cleared up 160 hours today.And here is * her husband worker gingerly free up being tumed 139 hours.They said it just like bruise and his right senses. His only was his wife already rescued the able grative describe how they taken turns to shout for help."Yesterday he shout to help and I did save energy.He was checked from time to time. We get to turn to shout. " Across Sichuan Province the trailing moutain viliages ,and all 4.8million people were homeless.Such as the tray and the number rose by landsize bring people out this place and arguous and slow. This is the Chipping town all these people are fortunate/They believed hundreds more are still alive here but trapped. But through a week a clock must surely to taking down. And so a day pour afflection across this vast nation has given a night time to vegour.They shout come on China!It's OK! The sents are some together here and great fate government to do everything it can .But the government say tonight they estimate 50000 loss to the tremous about one week ago.

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Rescue teams stop to work. troops bulb heads Chinese presidents students silent in central Beijing exactly one week after the Sichuan earthquake left tens of thousands of people dead.Sirens ,whales, and flags flew half its marst and China began three days official mourning.And our colleague from ITV's news of ten obtained new images show the very moment of the quake struck the Beichuan county.The panic and angrish of hundreds of school children were tracked under tons of falling rumble.This report by our chief Alice Thomson contains highly distressing images.

 

Beichuan closed to the epicenter seconds into the quake.A town pulled down by stones.Closed by a wall's collapsed inside of a cinema full of children. "get over there"he says "help!" Across the road two children trapped by their feet in fallen concrete.The camera man wanders the streets.The injuried ,the dazed,people beginning to realise that their most loved ones were missing and their destroyed town.Some are orderly people to get out to seek open ground.But many are just too confused or injuried to keep the mournings. 2:28 one week on in Beijing.And on the trading floor of the HongKong Stock Exchange. And across China's vast railway network.2:28 today in Tian 'an men square Beijing. And 2:28 in Sichuan Province itself.Three days of National Mourning are underway .Almost 32500 people now confirms dead, and quarter of people were injuried.But the diggers are in along with 150000 troops slowly araising the rumble piles. They chip schools are opening up. Today this one personnal hygen what you do when there's no running water.First of all ,it's for their unsafety.Many houses are wrecked.If the children stayed home running along the rumble.They could be very  dangerous, specially who have lost their family . And still people are coming out alive 61 year old Li Lin were cleared up 160 hours today.And here is Tan Shang a hospital worker gingerly freed up to being tumed for 139 hours.They said he was just like be bruised and his right senses. His only was his wife already rescued and able to greet him describe how they taken turns to shout for help."Yesterday he shout to help and I didn't to save energy.He was checked all the way from time to time. We took in turns to shout. " Across Sichuan Province the trailing out the moutain viliages ,and all 4.8million people were homeless.Such as the teray and the number rose by landsize bringing people out this place is arguous and slow. This is the Chipping town all these people are fortunate.They believe hundreds more are still alive here but trapped. But through a week a clock must surely be taking down. And so a day pours reflection across this vast nation has given away night time to vegour.They shout come on China!It's OK! The sents are some together here and great fate the government to do everything it can .But from that the government say tonight they estimate at least 50000 lives will have been lost to the tremous about one week ago.

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Rescue teams stop to work, troops bulb heads Chinese presidents students silent in central Beijing exactly one week after the Sichuan earthquake left tens of thousands of people dead. Sirens, whales, and flags flew it half its mast as China began three days of official mourning. And our colleague from ITV's news of ten obtained new images showing the very moment of the quake struck in Beichuan county. The panic and the anguish of hundreds of school children were tracked under tons of falling rumble. This report by our chief correspondent Alice Thomson contains some highly distressing images.

 

Beichuan closed to the epicenter seconds into the quake. A town pulled down by stones. Closed by a wall's collapsed inside of a cinema full of children. "Get over there", he says "help!" Across the road two children trapped by their feet in fallen concrete. The camera man wanders the streets. The injured ,the dazed, people beginning to realize that their most loved ones were missing in the destroyed town. Some are orderly people to get out to seek open ground. But many are just too confused or injured to hit the warnings. 2:28 one week on in Beijing, and on the trading floor of the Hongkong Stock Exchange, and across China's vast railway network, 2:28 today in Tian 'an men Square Beijing, and 2:28 in Sichuan Province itself. Three days of National Mourning are underway. Almost 32500 people now confirms dead, nearly a quarter of million people were injured. But the diggers are in along with 150000 troops slowly arising the rumble piles, makeshift schools are opening up. Today // this one personal hygiene what you do when there's no running water. First of all, it's for their own safety. Many houses are wrecked. If the children stayed at home running around in the rumble. They could be very dangerous, specially who have lost their family . And still people are coming out alive 61 year old Li Lin in who cleared up for 164 hours today. And here is Tan Shang a hospital worker gingerly freed up to being intumed for 139 hours. They said he was just like be bruised at any right senses. His only was his wife already rescued and able to greet him described how they taken terns to shout for help."Yesterday he shouted to help and I didn't to save energy. He always checked to all the way from time to time. We took in turns to shout. " Across Sichuan Province they are trailing out of the mountain villages ,and all 4.8million people are homeless. Such as the terrain and the number of roads //by landslide bringing people out from these places is arduous and slow. This is the Chipping town all these people are fortunate. They believe hundreds more are still alive here but trapped. But after a week//must surely be taking down. And so a day of pours in reflection across this vast nation has given way to night time //. They shout “Come on China!”, “It's OK!” The sense on are some together here and great faith in the government to do everything it can .But from that saying government tonight they estimate that at least 50000 lives will have been lost to the tremous a one week ago.

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Rescue teams stopped work, troops bowed their heads and Chinese presidents stood in silence in central Beijing exactly one week after the Sichuan earthquake left tens of thousands of people dead. Sirens, wails, and flags flew at half-mast as China began three days of official mourning. And our colleagues from ITV's News at Ten obtained new images showing the very moment of the quake struck in the Beichuan County. The panic and the anguish as hundreds of school children were trapped under tons of falling rubble. This report by our chief correspondent Alex Thomson contains some highly distressing images.

 

Beichuan, close/ to the epicenter, seconds into the quake. A town / / /, closed by a wall's collapsed inside the cinema full of the children.


"Get over there", he says, "help!"


Across the road, two children trapped by their feet in fallen concrete. The cameraman wandered the streets. The injured, the dust, people beginning to realize their most loved ones are missing in their destroyed town. Some are orderly people to get out to seek open ground. But many are just too confused or injured to heat the mournings.

 

2:28, one week on in Beijing, and on the trading floor of the HongKong Stock Exchange, and across China’s vast railway network. 2:28 today, in Tian'an Men Square, Beijing. And 2:28 in Sichuan Province itself.

 

Three days of national mourning are underway. Almost 32,500 people now confirm dead, nearly a quarter of a million injured. But the diggers are in along with 150,000 troops, slowly erasing the rubble piles. Makeshift schools are opening up. Today’s lesson and this one personal hygiene what do you do when there is no running water.

 

First of all, it's for their own safety. Many houses are wrecked. If the children stay at home / running around in the rubble, they could be very dangerous, especially for those lost their family.

 

And still people were coming out to live. 61-year-old Li Lingkui pulled clear up to 164 hours today. And here is Tan Jon, a hospital worker, gingerly freed after being tombed 139 hours. They said he was just like be bruised and he is his right senses. He certainly was his wife already rescued and was able to greet him described how they take in turns to shout for help.

 

"Yesterday he shouted to help and I didn’t to save energy. He always checked to our /  from time to time. We took in turns to shout.

 

Across Sichuan Province, they are trailing out of the mountain villagers and all 4.8 million people are homeless. Such as the terrain and the number of roads / by landslides, bringing people out from these places / is arduous and slow. This is near Chiping town. All these people are fortunate. They believed hundreds more are still alive here but trapped. And after a week, the clock must surely be taking down.

 

And so a day of polls and reflection across this vast nation has given way to nighttime vigil. They shout “come on China!” “It's OK!” The sense are some together / here and great fate in the government to do everything it can. But from that say in government / tonight, they estimate that at least 50,000 lives would have been lost to the tremors of one week ago.

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Rescue teams stopped work, troops bowed their heads and Chinese president/ stood in silence in central Beijing exactly one week after the Sichuan earthquake left tens of thousands of people dead. Sirens, wails, and flags flew at half-mast as China began three days of official mourning. And our colleagues from ITV's News at Ten obtained new images showing the very moment of the quake struck in the Beichuan County. The panic and the anguish as hundreds of school children were trapped under tons of falling rubble. This report by our chief correspondent Alex Thomson contains some highly distressing images.

 

Beichuan, close/ to the epicenter, seconds into the quake. A town , closed by a wall's collapsed inside the cinema full of the children.

 

"Get over there", he says, "help!"

 

Across the road, two children trapped by their feet in fallen concrete. The cameraman wandered the streets. The injured, the dazed, people beginning to realize their most loved ones are missing in their destroyed town. Some are ordering people to get out to seek open ground. But many are just too confused or injured to heed the warnings.

 

2:28, one week on in Beijing, and on the trading floor of the HongKong Stock Exchange, and across China’s vast railway network. 2:28 today, in Tian'an Men Square, Beijing. And 2:28 in Sichuan Province itself.

 

Three days of national mourning are underway. Almost 32,500 people now confirm dead, nearly a quarter of a million injured. But the diggers are in along with 150,000 troops, slowly erasing the rubble piles. Makeshift schools are opening up. Today’s lesson and this one personal hygiene what do you do when there is no running water.

 

First of all, it's for their own safety. Many houses are wrecked. If the children stay at home / running around in the rubble, they could be very dangerous, especially if they’ve lost their family.

 

And still people were coming out to life. 61-year-old Li Lingkui pulled clear after up to 164 hours today. And here is Tan Jon, a hospital worker, gingerly freed after being intombed for 139 hours. They said he was just likely / bruised and he is in / right senses. He certainly was his wife already rescued and was able to greet him described how they taking turns to shout for help.

 

"Yesterday he shouted to help and I didn’t to save energy. He always checked till there is way from time to time. We took in turns to shout.

 

Across Sichuan Province, they are trailing out of the mountain villagers, in all 4.8 million people are homeless. Such as the terrain and the number of roads / by landslides, bringing people out from these places / is arduous and slow. This is near Chiping town. All these people are fortunate. They believed hundreds more are still alive here but trapped. And after a week, the clock must surely be ticking down.

 

And so a day of pores and reflection across this vast nation has given way to nighttime vigil. They shout “come on China!” “It's OK!” The sense are some together / here and great faith in the government to do everything it can. But from that say in government / tonight, they estimate that at least 50,000 lives would have been lost to the tremors of one week ago.

 

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Rescue teams stopped work, troops bowed their heads and Chinese presidents stood in silence in central Beijing exactly one week after the Sichuan earthquake left tens of thousands of people dead. Sirens, wails, and flags flew at half-mast as China began three days of official mourning. And our colleagues from ITV's News at Ten obtained new images showing the very moment of the quake struck in the Beichuan County. The panic and the anguish as hundreds of school children were trapped under tons of falling rubble. This report by our chief correspondent Alex Thomson contains some highly distressing images.
 
Beichuan, close/ to the epicenter, seconds into the quake. A town / / /, closed by a wall's collapsed inside the cinema full of the children.

"Get over there", he says, "help!"

Across the road, two children trapped by their feet in fallen concrete. The cameraman wandered the streets. The injured, the dast, people beginning to realize their most loved ones are missing in their destroyed town. Some are orderly people to get out to seek open ground. But many are just too confused or injured to heat the mournings.
 
2:28, one week on in Beijing, and on the trading floor of the HongKong Stock Exchange, and across China’s vast railway network. 2:28 today, in Tian'an Men Square, Beijing. And 2:28 in Sichuan Province itself.
 
Three days of national mourning are underway. Almost 32,500 people now confirm dead, nearly a quarter of a million injured. But the diggers are in along with 150,000 troops, slowly erasing the rubble piles. Makeshift schools are opening up. Today’s lesson and this one personal hygiene what do you do when there is no running water.
 
First of all, it's for their own safety. Many houses are wrecked. If the children stay at home or running around in the rubble, they could be very dangerous, especially for those lost their family.
 
And still people were coming out to live. 61-year-old Li Lingkui pulled clear up to 164 hours today. And here is Tan Jon, a hospital worker, gingerly freed after being tombed 139 hours. They said he was just like be bruised and he is his right senses. He certainly was his wife already rescued and was able to greet him described how they take in turns to shout for help.
 
"Yesterday he shouted to help and I didn’t save energy. He always checked to our the way  from time to time. We took in turns to shout.
 
Across Sichuan Province, they are trailing out of the mountain villagers and all 4.8 million people are homeless. Such as the terrain and the number of roads Yingxiu by landslides, bringing people out from these places  is arduous and slow. This is near Chiping town. All these people are fortunate. They believed hundreds more are still alive here but trapped. And after a week, the clock must surely be taking down.
 
And so a day of polls and reflection across this vast nation has given way to nighttime vigil. They shout “come on China!” “It's OK!” The sense are some together this year and great fate in the government to do everything it can. But from that say in government tonight, they estimate that at least 50,000 lives would have been lost to the tremors of one week ago.

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Rescue teams stopped work, troops bowed their heads and China’s president stood in silence in central Beijing exactly one week after the Sichuan earthquake left tens of thousands of people dead. Sirens, wails, and flags flew at half-mast as China began three days of official mourning. And our colleagues from ITV's News at Ten have obtained new images showing the very moment/ the quake struck in the Beichuan County. The panic and the anguish as hundreds of school children were trapped under tons of falling rubble. This report by our chief correspondent Alex Thomson contains some highly distressing images.

 

Beichuan, close to the epicenter, seconds into the quake. A town potraise(not clear) to dust clouds, close/ by, a wall's collapsed inside the cinema full of the children.

 

"Get over there", he says, "help!"

 

Across the road, two children trapped by their feet in fallen concrete. The cameraman wanders the streets. The injured, the dazed, people beginning to realize their most loved ones are missing in their destroyed town. Some are ordering people to get out to seek open ground. But many are just too confused or injured to heed the warnings.

 

2:28, one week on in Beijing, and on the trading floor of the HongKong Stock Exchange, and across China’s vast railway network. 2:28 today, in Tian'an Men Square, Beijing. And 2:28 in Sichuan Province itself.

 

Three days of national mourning are underway. Almost 32,500 people now confirmed dead, nearly a quarter of a million injured. But the diggers are in along with 150,000 troops, slowly erasing the rubble piles. Makeshift schools are opening up. Today’s lesson and this one personal hygiene, what do you do when there is no running water.

 

First of all, it's for their own safety. Many houses are wrecked. If the children stay at home running around in the rubble, it could be very dangerous, especially if they’ve lost their family.

 

And still people were coming out alive. 61-year-old Li Lingkui pulled clear after /164 hours today. And here is Tan Jon, a hospital worker, gingerly freed after being entombed for 139 hours. They said he was just slightly bruised and /in his right senses. He certainly was his wife, already rescued and / able to greet him, described how they taking turns to shout for help.

 

"Yesterday he shouted to help and I didn’t to save energy. He always checked if I was awake from time to time. We took it in turns to shout.

 

Across Sichuan Province, they are trailing out of the mountain villagers, in all 4.8 million people are homeless. Such as the terrain and the number of roads sealed by landslides, bringing people out from these places is arduous and slow. This is near Chiping town. All these people are fortunate. They believed hundreds more are still alive here but trapped. And after a week, the clock must surely be ticking down.

 

And so a day of pause and reflection across this vast nation has given way to nighttime vigil. They shout “come on China!” “It's OK!” They sense on some togetherness here and great faith in the government to do everything it can. But from that same government tonight, the/ estimates that at least 50,000 lives would have been lost to the tremors of one week ago.

 

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Rescue teams stopped work, troops bowed their heads and China’s president stood in silence in central Beijing exactly one week after the Sichuan earthquake left tens of thousands of people dead. Sirens, wails, and flags flew at half-mast as China began three days of official mourning. And our colleagues from ITV's News at Ten have obtained new images showing the very moment the quake struck in the Beichuan County. The panic and the anguish as hundreds of school children were trapped under tons of falling rubble. This report by our chief correspondent Alex Thomson contains some highly distressing images.

Beichuan, close to the epicenter, seconds into the quake. A town pulverized to dust clouds, close by, a wall's collapsed inside the cinema full of the children.

"Get over there", he says, "help!"

Across the road, two children trapped by their feet in fallen concrete. The cameraman wanders the streets. The injured, the dazed, people beginning to realize their most loved ones are missing in their destroyed town. Some are ordering people to get out to seek open ground. But many are just too confused or injured to heed the warnings.

2:28, one week on in Beijing, and on the trading floor of the HongKong Stock Exchange, and across China’s vast railway network. 2:28 today, in Tian'an Men Square, Beijing. And 2:28 in Sichuan Province itself.

Three days of national mourning are underway. Almost 32,500 people now confirmed dead, nearly a quarter of a million injured. But the diggers are in along with 150,000 troops, slowly erasing the rubble piles. Makeshift schools are opening up. Today’s lesson and this one personal hygiene, what do you do when there is no running water.

First of all, it's for their own safety. Many houses are wrecked. If the children stay at home running around in the rubble, it could be very dangerous, especially if they’ve lost their family.

And still people were coming out alive. 61-year-old Li Lingkui pulled clear after 164 hours today. And here is Tan Jon, a hospital worker, gingerly freed after being entombed for 139 hours. They said he was just slightly bruised and in his right senses. He certainly was his wife, already rescued and able to greet him, described how they take in turns to shout for help.

"Yesterday he shouted to help and I didn’t to save energy. He always checked if I was awake from time to time. We took it in turns to shout.

Across Sichuan Province, they are trailing out of the mountain villagers, in all 4.8 million people are homeless. Such as the terrain and the number of roads sealed by landslides, bringing people out from these places is arduous and slow. This is near Chiping town. All these people are fortunate. They believed hundreds more are still alive here but trapped. And after a week, the clock must surely be ticking down.

And so a day of pause and reflection across this vast nation has given way to nighttime vigil. They shout “come on China!” “It's OK!” They sense on some togetherness here and great faith in the government to do everything it can. But from that same government tonight, the estimates that at least 50,000 lives would have been lost to the tremors of one week ago.

 


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Rescue teams stopped work, troops bowed their heads and China’s president stood in silence in central Beijing exactly one week after the Sichuan earthquake left tens of thousands of people dead. Sirens, wails, and flags flew at half-mast as China began three days of official mourning. And our colleagues from ITV's News at Ten have obtained new images showing the very moment the quake struck in the Beichuan County. The panic and the anguish as hundreds of school children were trapped under tons of falling rubble. This report by our chief correspondent Alex Thomson contains some highly distressing images.

Beichuan, close to the epicenter, seconds into the quake. A town pulverized to dust clouds, close by, a wall's collapsed inside the cinema full of the children.

"Get over there", he says, "help!"

Across the road, two children trapped by their feet in fallen concrete. The cameraman wanders the streets. The injured, the dazed, people beginning to realize their most loved ones are missing in their destroyed town. Some are ordering people to get out to seek open ground. But many are just too confused or injured to heed the warnings.

2:28, one week on in Beijing, and on the trading floor of the HongKong Stock Exchange, and across China’s vast railway network. 2:28 today, in Tian'an Men Square, Beijing. And 2:28 in Sichuan Province itself.

Three days of national mourning are underway. Almost 32,500 people now confirmed dead, nearly a quarter of a million injured. But the diggers are in along with 150,000 troops, slowly erasing the rubble piles. Makeshift schools are opening up. Today’s lesson and this one personal hygiene, what do you do when there is no running water.

First of all, it's for their own safety. Many houses are wrecked. If the children stay at home running around in the rubble, it could be very dangerous, especially if they’ve lost their family.

And still people were coming out alive. 61-year-old Li Lingkui pulled clear after 164 hours today. And here is Tan Jon, a hospital worker, gingerly freed after being entombed for 139 hours. They said he was just slightly bruised and in his right senses. He certainly was. His wife, already rescued and able to greet him, described how they take in turns to shout for help.

"Yesterday he shouted to help and I didn’t to save energy. He always checked if I was awake from time to time. We took it in turns to shout.

Across Sichuan Province, they are trailing out of the mountain villagers, in all 4.8 million people are homeless. Such as the terrain and the number of roads sealed by landslides, bringing people out from these places is arduous and slow. This is near Chiping town. All these people are fortunate. They believed hundreds more are still alive here but trapped. And after a week, the clock must surely be ticking down.

And so a day of pause and reflection across this vast nation has given way to nighttime vigil. They shout “come on China!” “It's OK!” They sense on some togetherness here and great faith in the government to do everything it can. But from that same government tonight, the estimates that at least 50,000 lives would have been lost to the tremors of one week ago.

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Rescue teams stopped work; troops bowed their heads, and China’s president stood in silent in central Beijing exactly one week after the Sichuan earthquake left tens of thousands of people dead. Sirens whaled, and flags flew at half mast, as China began 3 days of official mourning. Our collages from ITV’s news x obtained xx showing the very moment the quake stuck in Beihcuan County, the panic and the anguishes of hundreds of school children were trapped in the tons of falling rubble. This report by our chief correspondent Alex Tomson contains some highly distressing images.

 

Beichuan close to be epicenter seconds into the quake. Caused by a wall collapsed inside a cinema for the children. Get over there, he says, help!

 

Across the road, two children trapped by their feet in fallen concrete. The camera man wonders the streets, the injured, the dazed. People begin to realize their most loved ones are missing in their destroyed town. Some are ordering people to get out, to seek open ground, but many are just too confused or injured to heed the warnings

 

2:28 one week on, in Beijing.

And on the trading floor of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange

And across China's vast railway network

2:28 day in Tiananmen Square, Beijing

And 2:28 in Sichuan Province itself

 

Three days of national mourning are underway. Almost 32,500 people now confirmed dead, nearly a quarter of million injured. But the digis are in, along with 150,000 troops slowly arising the rubble piles, make ship schools are opening up, today's lesson in this one: Personal Hygiene. What do you do when there is no running water? First of all, it's for their own safety, xx houses are recked, if children stay home, running at the rubble, they could be very dangerous, especially for lots of families.

 

And still people are coming out alive, 61-year-old Li Lingui cleanup for 164 hours today. And here's Tangrong, a hospital worker gingerly freed up to in tombed for 139 hours. They said he was just lightly bruised, and he has right senses. He certainly was. His wife, already rescued and unable to greet him, described how they take turns to shout for help.

 

Yesterday he shouted for help, and I didn’t to save energy. He always chet and wave from time to time. We took turns to shout

 

Across Sichuan Province, they're trailing out of the mountain villagers. In all 4.8 million people are homeless. Such a terrain and the number of roads sealed by landslide, bringing people out from these places is arduous and slow. This is the chipping town, all these people are fortunate; they believe hundreds more are still alive here but trapped. And after a week, the clock must be surely taking down.

 

And so a day of pause and reflection across this vast nation has given way to nighttime viguel. They shout come on China, its ok. It says on some togetherness here and great faith in the government to do everything it can. But from that same government tonight they estimated at least 50,000 lives will have been lost to the tremors of one week ago.

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Rescue teams stopped work; troops bowed their heads, and China’s president stood in silent in central Beijing exactly one week after the Sichuan earthquake left tens of thousands of people dead. Sirens wailed, and flags flew at half mast, as China began 3 days of official mourning. Our collages from ITV’s news * obtained new images showing the very moment the quake stuck in Beihcuan County, the panic and the anguishes of hundreds of school children were trapped in the tons of falling rubble. This report by our chief correspondent Alex Tomson contains some highly distressing images.

 

Beichuan close to be epicenter seconds into the quake. A town ***. Closed by a wall collapsed inside the cinema full of children. Get over there, he says, help!

 

Across the road, two children trapped by their feet in fallen concrete. The camera man wonders the streets, the injured, the dazed. People begin to realize their most loved ones are missing in their destroyed town. Some are ordering people to get out, to seek open ground, but many are just too confused or injured to heed the warnings

 

2:28 one week on, in Beijing.

And on the trading floor of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange

And across China's vast railway network

2:28 day in Tiananmen Square, Beijing

And 2:28 in Sichuan Province itself

 

Three days of national mourning are underway. Almost 32,500 people now confirms dead, nearly a quarter of million injured. But the diggers are in, along with 150,000 troops slowly arising the rubble piles. Makeshift schools are opening up, today's lesson in this one: Personal Hygiene. What do you do when there is no running water? First of all, it's for their own safety. Many houses are wrecked. If the children stay at home, running around in the rubble, they could be very dangerous, especially for lots of families.

 

And still people are coming out alive, 61-year-old Li Lingui pulled cleanup for 164 hours today. And here's Tangrong, a hospital worker gingerly freed after being intombed for 139 hours. They said he was just lightly bruised, and he has right senses. He certainly was. His wife, already rescued and abled to greet him, described how they take turns to shout for help.

 

Yesterday he shouted for help, and I didn’t to save energy. He always chet and wave from time to time. We took turns to shout

 

Across Sichuan Province, they're trailing out of the mountain villagers. In all 4.8 million people are homeless. Such a terrain and the number of roads sealed by landslide, bringing people out from these places is arduous and slow. This is the chipping town, all these people are fortunate; they believe hundreds more are still alive here but trapped. And after a week, the clock must be surely taking down.

 

And so a day of pause and reflection across this vast nation has given way to nighttime vigil. They shout come on China, its ok. It sensed on some togetherness here and great faith in the government to do everything it can. But from that same government tonight they estimated at least 50,000 lives will have been lost to the tremors of one week ago.

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