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transcriptby antoniazhang 

 

Heat wave has enveloped much of the mid-Atlantic and northeast. The temperatures are soaring to the upper 90s, things could make it downright unbearable for many and even dangerous for some. Kristen Welker of NBC station WCAU is in Philadelphia right now. Kristen, it’s good to see you, what's been done to help keep you and the folks there cool?


Good to see you too, Alex. Well, the city has actually set up a heat hot-line in all of the counties throughout our area, they’ve set up a heat hot-line, that's a number the folks can call if they're struggling in this weather. Of course there is particular concern about people at risk including senior citizens.

 

Senior centers like the one behind me, the Philadelphia Senior Center are encouraging seniors to come to the center, spend the day in the air conditioning. In fact, the Philadelphia Senior Center just got two brand new air conditioning units today, and one woman, one senior woman was so moved by this, that she actually started crying, she said this makes the difference between having a bearable and unbearable summer.

 

And of course, officials are also asking everyone to check on their family members who might be elderly and their friends and also of course your pets. And everyone’s best friend right now---water, it is important that everyone stay hydrated, expect, it's expected to get up to 97 degrees here in Philadelphia today, Alex.

 

Ouch, Ok, thank you so much, concrete and collected, Kristen Welker from WCAU, we appreciate that.

 

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[ 本帖最后由 antoniazhang 于 2008-8-28 20:11 编辑 ]

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Heatwave has enveloped much of the mid-Atlantic in northeast, /and/ the temperatures are soaring to the up to 90 since can make it down right unbearable for many and even dangerous for some. Christine for NBC station/'s/ WCAU’s in Philadelphia right now. Chris, it’s good to see you, what's been done to help keep you in the focus their cool.


Good to see you too, Alex. Well, the city is actually set up a heat-hot-line in all of the counties throughout our area, they’ve set up a heat-hot-line, that's the numbers that focus in call of their struggling in this weather. Of cause there is a particular concern about people at risk including senior citizens. Senior centers like the one behind me, the Philadelphia’s senior center are encouraging seniors to come to the center, spend the day in the air conditioning. In fact, the Philadelphia senior center just got two brand new air-conditioning units today. One woman, one senior woman was so moved by this, that she actually started crying, she said "this makes the difference between having a bearable and unbearable summer, and of course officials are also asking everyone to check on their family members who might be elderly and their friends and also of course your pets. And everyone’s best friend/s/ right now---water, it is important that everyone stay hydrated, expect it's expected to get up to 97 degrees here in Philadelphia today, Alex.

Ouch, ok thank you so much * , Christine * from WCAU, you appreciate that.

 

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Heatwave has enveloped much of the mid-Atlantic and northeast. / The temperatures are soaring to the upper 90's, things could make it downright unbearable for many and even dangerous for some. Kristen Welker of NBC station/ WCAU is in Philadelphia right now. Kristen, it’s good to see you, what's being done to help keep you and the folks there cool.


Good to see you too, Alex. Well, the city has actually set up a heat hot-line in all of the counties throughout our area, they’ve set up a heat-hot-line, that's a number/ that folks can call if they're struggling in this weather. Of course there is / particular concern about people at risk including senior citizens. Senior centers like the one behind me, the Philadelphia/  senior center are encouraging seniors to come to the center, spend the day in the air conditioning. In fact, the Philadelphia senior center just got two brand new air-conditioning units today, and one woman, one senior woman was so moved by this, that she actually started crying, she said "this makes the difference between having a bearable and unbearable summer, and of course officials are also asking everyone to check on their family members who might be elderly and their friends and also of course your pets. And everyone’s best friend/ right now---water, it is important that everyone stay hydrated, expect, it's expected to get up to 97 degrees here in Philadelphia today, Alex.

 

Ouch, Ok, thank you so much, concrete and elaborateKristen Welker from WCAU, we appreciate that.

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Heat wave has enveloped much of the mid-Atlantic in Northeast. The temperatures are soaring to the upper 90s, and since make it / right unbearable for many and even dangerous for some. Christen Walker of NBC Station WCAU’s in Philadelphia right now and Christen, it’s good to see you. What’s been done to help keep you and folks there cool?

 

Good to see you too, Alice. So the city has actually set up a heat hot line and all the counties throughout the area have set up heat hot lines. That’s the number folks can call if they are struggling in this weather. Of course, there is particular concern about people at risk, including senior citizens. Senior centers like the one behind me, the Philadelphia Senior Center are encouraging seniors to come to the center, spend the day in the air conditioning. In fact, the Philadelphia Senior Center just got two brand-new air-conditioning units today. One women, one senior woman was so moved by this that she actually started to cry, she said this made the difference between having a bearable and unbearable summer. And of course, officials are also asking everyone to check on their family members who might be elderly and their friends and also of course, your pets and everyone’s best friend right now, water. It is important that everyone stay hydrated. It is expected to get up 97 degree here in Philadelphia today. Alexis.

 

Ouch! OK. Thank you so much./ Christen Walker from WCAU. We appreciate that.

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Heat wave has enveloped much of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. The temperatures are soaring to the upper 90's, thus can make it downright unbearable for many and even dangerous for some. Kristen Welker of NBC station WCAU is in Philadelphia right now. Kristen, it’s good to see you. What’s being done to help keep you and the folks there cool?

 

Good to see you too, Alex. Well, the city has actually set up a heat hot-line in all of the counties throughout our area. They’ve set up a heat-hot-line, that's a number that folks can call if they're struggling in this weather. Of course there is particular concern about people at risk including senior citizens. Senior centers like the one behind me, the Philadelphia senior center are encouraging seniors to come to the center, spend the day in the air conditioning. In fact, the Philadelphia senior center just got two brand new air-conditioning units today, and one woman, one senior woman was so moved by this that she actually started crying. She said "this makes the difference between having a bearable and unbearable summer, and of course officials are also asking everyone to check on their family members who might be elderly and their friends and also of course your pets. And everyone’s best friend right now---water, it is important that everyone stay hydrated, expect, it's expected to get up to 97 degrees here in Philadelphia today, Alex.

 

Ouch, Ok, thank you so much, concrete and collected, Kristen Welker from WCAU, we appreciate that.

On Julie

Heatwaves has enveloped much of the mid-Atlantic northeast . The temperatures has soared to 90s and thus make it downright unbearable for many and even dangerous for some.Christian Walker of NBC States WCAU's in Philadelphia right now.Christian, good to see you, what's been done to help you and folks there cool? Good to see you too,Alex.So the city actually set up a heat hot line in all the counties throughout areas.They've keep the hot line, that's the number the folks can call the struggling in this weather.Of course there's particular concern about people at risk including senior citizen. And seniors centers like the one behind me, the Philadelphia senior center are encouraging seniors to come to the center seniors to come to center,spending the day airconditioning. In fact Philadelphia senior center just got two brand new air-condition units.Today one woman one senior woman with so moved by this that she actually started crying.She said this makes the difference between having a bearable and unbearable summar.And of course official also asks everyone to check the family member who might be elderly and their friends and also of course pets and everyone's best friend right now----water,it is important to everyone stay hydrated, expect, it's expected to get up to 97 degrees in Philadelphia today,Alex. Ouch,Okay,thanks for so much ,concrete and collected,Christian Walker for WCAU.We appreciate that.
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  Heat wave has enveloped much of mid-Atlantic and Northeast.The tempertures are socring to the 90's,thus can make downright unbearable for many and even dangerous for some.Kristen Welker of NBC station WCAU is in Philadelphia right now.Kristen,it's glad to see your.what's been down to help keep you and the folks cool?

 Good to see you too,Alex.Well,the city has actually set up heat hot-line in all of the counties throughout our area. They’ve set up a heat-hot-line, that's a number that folks can call if they're struggling in this weather. Of course there is particular concern about people at risk including senior citizens. Senior centers like the one behind me, the Philadelphia senior center are encouraging seniors to come to the center, spend the day in the air conditioning. In fact, the Philadelphia senior center just got two brand new air-conditioning units today, and one woman, one senior woman was so moved by this that she actually started crying. She said "this makes the difference between having a bearable and unbearable summer, and of course officials are also asking everyone to check on their family members who might be elderly and their friends and also of course your pets. And everyone’s best friend right now---water, it is important that everyone stay hydrated, expect, it's expected to get up to 97 degrees here in Philadelphia today, Alex.

Ouch, Ok, thank you so much, concrete and collected, Kristen Welker from WCAU, we appreciate that.

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Heat wave has enveloped much of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. The temperatures are soaring to the upper 90, thus can make it downright unbearable for many and even dangerous for some. Kristen Welker of NBC station WCAU is in Philadelphia right now. Kristen, it's good to see you. What's being done to help keep you and the folks there cool?

 

Good to see you too, Alex. Well, the city has actually set up a heat hot-line, and all of the counties throughout our area have set up a heat hot-line. That's a number the folks can call if they're struggling in this weather. Of course there is a particular concern about people at risk including senior citizens. Er, senior centers like the one behind me, the Philadelphia Senior Center are encouraging seniors to come to the center, spend the day in the air conditioning. In fact, the Philadelphia Senior Center just got two brand new air-conditioning units today. And one woman, one senior woman was so moved by this that she actually started crying. She said "this makes the difference between having a bearable and unbearable summer". And of course, officials are also asking everyone to check on their family members who might be elderly and their friends, and also of course your pets. And everyone's best friend right now---water, it is important that everyone stay hydrated. It(此处少说s,但马上纠正) expect, it's expected to get up to 97 degrees here in Philadelphia today, Alex.

 

Ouch, Ok, thank you so much, concrete and collected, Kristen Welker from WCAU, we appreciate that.
 

[ 本帖最后由 greatsea 于 2008-7-23 11:46 编辑 ]
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Heat wave has involved much of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. The temperatures are soaring to the upper 90, thus can make it downright unbearable for many and even dangerous for some. Kristen Welker of NBC station WCAU is in Philadelphia right now. Kristen, it's good to see you. What's being done to help keep you and the folks there cool?

 

Good to see you too, Alex. Well, the city has actually set up a heat hot-line, and all of the counties throughout our area have set up a heat hot-line. That's a number the folks can call if they're struggling in this weather. Of course there is a particular concern about people at risk including senior citizens. Er, senior centers like the one behind me, the Philadelphia Senior Center are encouraging seniors to come to the center, spend the day in the air conditioning. In fact, the Philadelphia Senior Center just got two brand new air-conditioning units today. And one woman, one senior woman was so moved by this that she actually started crying. She said "this makes the difference between having a bearable and unbearable summer". And of course, officials are also asking everyone to check on their family members who might be elderly and their friends, and also of course your pets. And everyone's best friend right now---water, it is important that everyone stay hydrated. It(此处少说s,但马上纠正) expect, it's expected to get up to 97 degrees here in Philadelphia today, Alex.

 

Ouch, Ok, thank you so much, concrete and collected, Kristen Welker from WCAU, we appreciate that.

Heat wave cooks eastern America

On greatsea

 

Heat wave has enveloped much of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. The temperatures are soaring to the upper 90, thus can make it downright unbearable for many and even dangerous for some. Kristen Welker of NBC station WCAU is in Philadelphia right now. Kristen, it's good to see you. What's been done to help keep you and the folks there cool?

 

Good to see you too, Alex. Well, the city has actually set up a heat hot line, and all of the counties1 throughout our area have set up a heat hot line. That's a number the folks can call if they're struggling in this weather. Of course there is a particular concern about people at risk including senior citizens. Er, senior centers like the one behind me, the Philadelphia Senior Center are encouraging seniors to come to the center, spend the day in the air condition. In fact, the Philadelphia Senior Center just got two brand-new air-condition units today. And one woman, one senior woman was so moved by this that she actually started crying. She said, "This makes the difference between having a bearable and unbearable summer". And of course, officials are also asking everyone to check on their family members who might be elderly and their friends, and also of course your pets. And everyone's best friend right now---water, is important that everyone stay hydrated. Expect, it’s expected to get up to 97 degrees here in Philadelphia today, Alex.

 

Ouch, Ok, thank you so much, (ouch,) concrete and collected, Kristen Welker from WCAU, we appreciate that.

 

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I think the name of the first host should be Alice instead of Alex. Alex is a name of man, usually.
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Heat wave has enveloped much of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. The temperatures are soaring to the upper 90, thus can make it downright unbearable for many and even dangerous for some. Kristen Welker of NBC station WCAU is in Philadelphia right now. Kristen, it's good to see you. What's been done to help keep you and the folks there cool?

 

Good to see you too, Alice. Well, the city has actually set up a heat hot line, and all of the counties throughout our area have set up a heat hot line. That's a number the folks can call if they're struggling in this weather. Of course there is a particular concern about people at risk including senior citizens. Er, senior centers like the one behind me, the Philadelphia Senior Center are encouraging seniors to come to the center, spend the day in the air-conditioning. In fact, the Philadelphia Senior Center just got two brand-new air-condition units today. And one woman, one senior woman was so moved by this that she actually started crying. She said, "This makes the difference between having a bearable and unbearable summer". And of course, officials are also asking everyone to check on their family members who might be elderly and their friends, and also of course your pets. And everyone's best friend right now---water, is important that everyone stay hydrated. Expect it , it’s expected to get up to 97 degrees here in Philadelphia today, Alice.

 

Ouch, Ok, thank you so much, (ouch,) concrete and collected, Kristen Welker from WCAU, we appreciate that.

 

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Heat waves have enveloped much of the middle African northeast, the temperature are soaring to up 90s and since can make the down right unbearable for many, and even dangerous for some. Christen walker BC station WBCAU’s in Philadelphia right now, Christen is good to see you ? What’s going down to help keeps you and folks there cool? Good to see you, too. Alex. The city is actually set up a heat hot line, and all of the counties throughout the area set up heat hot line. That’s a number of folks in caught of their struggling in this weather. Of cause, particular there is concern about people at risk ,including senior citizens. Our senior citizens like the one behind me, the Philadelphia senior center are encouraging the senior citizen to come to the sun and spend the day in the air conditioning. In fact, Philadelphia senior citizen just got two brand new air conditioning units today. One woman, one senior woman was so moved by this, and she actually starting crying. She said this just make sense between a bearable and unbearable summer. And of course, the official are also asking everyone to check their family members who may be elderly in their friends, and also of cause should pats. And everyone’s best friend right is water. It is important to everyone now stay hydrant. It’s expected to get up to 97 degrees here in Philadelphia today, Alex. Ouch, Ok, thank you so much concreted collected. Christen Walker from WBC , we appreciated that.
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Heat wave has enveloped much of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. The temperatures are soaring to the upper 90, thus can make it downright unbearable for many and even dangerous for some. Kristen Welker of NBC station WCAU is in Philadelphia right now. Kristen, it's good to see you. What's been done to help keep you and the folks there cool?

 

Good to see you too, Alex. Well, the city has actually set up a heat hot line, and all of the counties throughout our area have set up a heat hot line. That's the number the folks can call if they're struggling in this weather. Of course there is a particular concern about people at risk including senior citizens. Er, senior centers like the one behind me, the Philadelphia Senior Center, are encouraging seniors to come to the center, spend the day in the air-conditioning. In fact, the Philadelphia Senior Center just got two brand-new air-conditioning units today. And one woman, one senior woman was so moved by this that she actually started crying. She said, "This makes a difference between having a bearable and unbearable summer". And of course, officials are also asking everyone to check on their family members who might be elderly and their friends, and also of course your pets. And everyone's best friend right now---water, is important that everyone stay hydrated. Expect it , it’s expected to get up to 97 degrees here in Philadelphia today, Alex.

 

Ouch, Ok, thank you so much, (ouch,) concrete and collected, Kristen Welker from WCAU, we appreciate that.

 

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