[GRAPHIC=News 7 Mornin']
Good Morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
The call-up of reserves is continuing, with the
Pentagon mobilizing more than 19-hundred people ... but NO Virginia
units are included.
The nearly two thousand reservists were called up yesterday.
That brings the total number of Reserve and National Guard troops called up since the September 11th attacks to more than 14- thousand.
The Pentagon plans to mobilize 35- thousand troops initially-- but says more could be needed later.
[GRAPHIC=War on Terrorism]
President Bush will visit C-I-A headquarters
today, as he continues preparations for a war on terrorism.
Aides say he'll deliver a pep talk at the Langley headquarters named after his father.
Meanwhile, the families of those missing in the World Trade Center attack will begin paperwork today for getting death certificates for their loved ones.
A team of 60 attorneys will aid the families -- free of charge.
And a special panel of judges will help speed the process.
Jennifer Jones is in Washington this morning with the latest.
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[SUPER=141-Gen. Pervez Musharaff/Pakistan's President;]
[SUPER=141-Donald Rumsfeld/U. S. Secretary of Defense;]
[SUPER=143-New York, NY;]
[OUT Q=perished at the site.]
((While the country struggles for a return to normalcy in the wake of the
September 11th attacks, President Bush is leading by example, stepping
out for dinner with the first lady.
In Afghanistan, they took to the streets in support of Osama Bin Laden.
Bin Laden reaffirmed his defiance with yet another faxed letterclearly
targeting Americans. Now Islamic Pakistan remains the sole country with
(NOTE: BBC/APTN Source)
GENERAL PERVEZ MUSHARAFF, PAKISTAN'S PRESIDENT
At least there should be one country who ought to be able to have
access to them
While the Taliban prepares for a holy war, the U.S. military is getting
ready. For newly named operation Enduring Freedom, the CIA will play a
key role in tracking down Bin Laden. Congress has already stepped up
funding for covert operations. Still, Senior Officials warn this is no
SOT: Sec. Of State Donald Rumsfeld:
It is a much more subtle, nuanced, difficult, shadowy set of problems.
In New York the last standing piece of the World Trade Center has been
toppled. Amid the ruins there is little hope of a rescue...but some
hope the pieces could become the centerpiece of a monument to those who
perished at the site...))
The Roanoke Valley is doing its part to support relief efforts in the wake of the terrorist attacks, but we won't be disposing of debris from the Pentagon.
The Smith Gap Landfill in Roanoke County was ready to accept up to 50- thousand tons of material from the Arlington crash site.
But yesterday afternoon, local officials were informed that the debris will be going to a facility in King George County.
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[IN Q=I said all along]
((BUTCH CHURCH/CATAWBA SUPERVISOR: I SAID ALL ALONG THAT WE ARE WILLING AND ABLE TO HELP OUT OUR CITIZENS IN THE NORTHERN PART OF VIRGINIA. WE DON'T WANT TO DO SOMETHING THAT'S GOING TO DO SOMETHING THAT'S GOING TO HAVE A LONGSTANDING NEGATIVE EFFECT HERE, , SO ALLS WELL THAT ENDS WELL. I THINK IT ENDED UP THE WAY IS SHOULD HAVE BEEN.))
[SUPER=141-Butch Church/Catawba Supervisor]
[OUT Q=the way it should have been.]
The news was a relief to county residents who live near the landfill. They were concerned about the trucks that would have hauled the debris down Bradshaw road.
In other news this morning, Seven people have pleaded guilty to selling more than two-and-a-half million dollars worth of OxyContin pills in Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee.
The group's kingpin, Jerry Wayne Robinson, admitted his organization distributed at least
66-thousand pills between 1998 and January 2001.
He faces a mandatory 25 years in prison and a two-and-a-half million-dollar fine.
The other six defendants each face up to 20 years in prison and a one million-dollar fine.
All are residents of Lee County.
In business news, General Motors has announced that it will end production of its
Chevrolet Camaro and Pontiac Firebird.
Here's Barton Eckert with a look st the morning's top business stories.
[SOT : 4:08:30 ]
[SUPER=01-Barton Eckert/Reporting; :00]
[OUT Q=I'm Barton Eckert in Washington.]
(( GOOD MORNING THIS WEDNESDAY THE 26TH OF SEPTEMBER
HERE'S WHAT'S HAPPENING THIS MORNING
BLAMING A DROP IN TRAVEL AFTER THE TERROR ATACKS RENAISSANCE
CRUISES HAS ABRUTLY STOPPED OPERATIONS AND IS PUTTING PASSENGERS AND
CREW ASHORE IN MID-VOYAGE
THE FT LAUDERDALE COMPANY HAS FILED FOR BANKRUPTCY.
TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS ARE BEING MADE TO GET PASSENGERS SAFELY HOME.''
WOBBLY ON WALL STREET AS STOCKS RODE A ROLLER COASTER OF
UNCERTAINTY. WORRIES ABOUT THE WAR ON TERRORISM.. AND A REPORT SHOWING
CONSUMER CONFIDENCE WITH ITS WORST ONE MONTH DROP SINCE OCTOBER OF '99
WEIGHED ON INVESTORS' MINDS.
ON ASIAN MARKETS OVERNIGHT .. TOKYO STOCKS DOWN SLIGHTLY..
RESCUE WORKERS IN NEW YORK WERE FORCED TO PAY A STARBUCKS SHOP
$130 FOR WATER THAT WAS USED TO TREAT TERROR ATTACK VICTIMS.
STARBUCKS PRESIDENT ORIN SMITH HAS PERSONALLY APOLOGIZED AFTER AN
E-MAIL COMPLAINT TO STARBUCKS FROM A BROOKLYN AMBULANCE COMPANY
SOMEHOW MADE IT TO A SEATTLE NEWSPAPER.
SMITH SAYS HE DOESNT KNOW WHY THE SHOP CHARGED THE WORKERS, WHO
PAID FOR THE THREE CASES OF BOTTLED WATER OUT OF THEIR OWN POCKETS.
THE MONEY HAS BEEN REFUNDED.
GENERAL MOTORS SAYS THE CHEVY CAMARO AND THE PONTIAC FIREBIRD
WON'T BE BUILT AFTER THE 2002 MODEL YEAR.
AND THE PLANT IN ST.TERESE QUEBEC THAT MAKES THEM WILL CLOSE.
GM SAYS THE SPORTS CAR MARKET IS DOWN 53 PERCENT SINCE 1990..
AND THAT'S YOUR FIRST BUSINESS CHECK ON THE MORNING'S TOP
I'M BARTON ECKERT IN WASHINGTON.))
(tape tosses to stocks)
(Kim and Leo Hello)
Leo ----WEATHER PRO
Connecticut's state supreme court is hearing arguments over the relevance of a Kennedy cousin's AGE in his murder case.
Michael Skakel is accused of killing his neighbor 26 years ago, when he was a teenager.
His attorney argued the juvenile court relied too heavily on his age, and could have worked harder to keep him in the juvenile justice system.
Prosecutors say that a juvenile court had no alternative but to transfer the case to the adult division of criminal court.
Skakel is charged with the 1975 murder of Martha Moxley.
A Carroll County teenager who killed her 80-year-old grandfather will spend the next 21 years behind bars.
Robin Martin was 15 years old when she shot John Mesics in the head with a 12-gauge shotgun.
That was July of 1999.
Prosecutors said it was cold, premeditated murder, but Martin said he'd threatened abuse.
A jury convicted her of first degree murder last year.
Martin will be eligible for parole in 2020, when she is 36 years old.
The court also ordered her to pay her grandmother 35 hundred dollars in restitution for her grandfather's funeral expenses.
[GRAPHIC=Mornin Health Check]
In medical news, cancer treatments can cause infertility in women, but a new report offers hope to survivors who still want to have children.
Doctor Dave Hnida has that story and more in this morning's Health check.
[SUPER=01-Dr. Dave Hnida/Reporting; :00]
[OUT Q=CBS News, New York.]
(( A SIDE EFFECT OF CANCER TREATMENT IN WOMEN CAN BE INFERTILITY - THATS
BECAUSE THE OVARIES CAN BE DESTROYED BY RADIATION OR CHEMOTHERAPY -- BUT
A REPORT IN THE JAMA OFFERS NEW HOPE TO ALLOW YOUNG CANCER SURVIVORS TO
THE TECHNIQUE - REMOVE THE OVARIES- AND THEN IMPLANT TISSUE FROM
THOSE OVARIES IN THE WOMAN'S UPPER ARM. WHEN THE WOMAN WANTS TO BECOME
PREGNANT- SHE'S GIVEN FERTILITY DRUGS- EGGS FROM THE OVARY-TISSUE IS
REMOVED- AND A BABY IS PRODUCED THROUGH IN VITRO FERTILIZATION.
ALSO- A WARNING FROM THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION TO THE
MAKERS OF VIOXX- A POPULAR ARTHRITIS DRUG. THE FDA SAYS THE DRUGS
MANUFACTURER- MERCK - IS MISLEADING DOCTORS ABOUT POSSIBLE RISKS TO
PATIENTS FROM VIOXX- THAT INCLUDES DOWNPLAYING A CONTROVERSIAL STUDY
WHICH LINKED THE VIOXX TO HEART ATTACKS. THE FDA SAYS MERCK ALSO
DOWNPLAYED A POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS INTERACTION BETWEEN VIOXX AND THE
BLOOD THINNING DRUG COUMADIN.
FINALLY TODAY- KEEPING UP WITH THE LATEST IN MEDICINE.. IT CAN
BE HARD TO DO. A GOOD EXAMPLE IS IN THIS WEEKS JAMA WHICH SHOWS OUT OF 18
GUIDELINES ISSUED BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TELLING DOCTORS THE BEST WAY
TO TREAT PATIENTS - 13 OF THE 18 ARE OUT OF DATE. RESEARCHERS SAY THESE
GUIDELINES- WHICH RANGE FROM TREATING EAR INFECTIONS TO CANCER- SHOULD
BE UPDATED EVERY 3 YEARS.
THATS A LOOK AT SOME OF THE DAYS TOP STORIES. IM DR DAVE HNIDA
FOR CBS NEWS.))
(Kimberly tosses to weather)
[SUPER=#4050; HEADLINE BANNER]
Neither side is backing down in the war on terrorits--
Supporters of Osama bin Laden are taking to the streets in Afghanistan.
And the Pentagon plans to mobilize 35- thousand troops for Operation "Enduring Freedom".
And the Roanoke county board of supervisors gives final approval to an agreement with Roanke city to operate the Clearbrook Fire Station.
(ad lib weather)
(ad lib live tease)
Join us for News 7 Mornin, straight ahead.
[GRAPHIC=War on Terrorism]
Virginia's two year old terrorism response plan got its first real test September 11th.
Governor Jim Gilmore's NOT saying how well it worked... but he is appointing a new panel of outside experts to look at the plan, and the work of his previous advisory panel on terrorism.
The Governor says he worried in May 1999 that he'd gone overboard with his preparations.
[IN Q=You almost wonder am I]
[sot tape 15:37:11 ]
((GOV. JIM GILMORE: YOU ALMOST WONDER AM I BEING OVERREACTIVE HERE, TOO MUCH IMAGINATION? BUT IT WASN'T OVERREACTING.
AND IT WASN'T TOO MUCH IMAGINATION.))
[SUPER=147-Gov. Jim Gilmore;]
[OUT Q=it wasn't too much imagination.]
The new Virginia Preparedness and Security Panel is headed up by former State Police Superintendent Wayne Huggins.
It meets first on Friday, and must report back to the Governor as quickly as November on potential Virginia targets and responses.
You may soon notice more downtown Roanoke buildings sporting America's colors.
Once the Star was turned red, white and blue again, Downtown Roanoke Incorporated decided to ask local businesses to change their own bulbs.
More than a dozen downtown businesses including city buildings, the Roanoke Times and parking garages have been asked to change their perimeter light bulbs to red white and blue.
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[IN Q=About 21 buildings that]
((MATT KENNELL: ABOUT 21 BUILDINGS THAT PARTICIPATE IN THE WINTER LIGHTS PROGRAM -- WE ENCOURAGED THESE FOLKS TO SIMPLY CHANGE THEIR BULBS TO MAKE A STATEMENT.))
[SUPER=141-Matt Kennell/Downtown Roanoke, Inc.]
[OUT Q=a statement.]
Fire Station Number One and The SunTrust Building have already changed their bulbs.
Downtown Roanoke is hoping others will follow their lead.
The Roanoke County Supervisors say they're setting a precedent for more regional cooperation.
Last night, the board gave final approval to an agreement with the city of Roanoke for the joint operation of the Clearbrook Fire Station.
But as Joe Dashiell reports the community will also be watching with a wary eye.
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[IN Q=By combining forces]
[SUPER=01-Fuzzy Minnix/Supervisors Chairman; :14]
[SUPER=01-Watson Simmons/Clearbrook Fire Department; :34]
[SUPER=01-Mike Wray/Clearbrook Civic League; :44]
[OUT Q=JD News 7 Roanoke Co.]
((By combining forces in the Clearbrook Station, city and county officials say both localities will benefit. Staffing around the clock for county citizens... a quicker response time for city residents in the 220 corridor.
[IN Q=If we're willing to work together]
((IF WE'RE WILLING TO WORK TOGETHER, THIS CAN BE A SPRINGBOARD TO SOME VERY GOOD THINGS, NOT ONLY BETWEEN ROANOKE COUNTY AND ROANOKE CITY BUT BETWEEN THE ENTIRE VALLEY.))
[OUT Q=the entire Valley.]
The concept has widespread support, but Clearbrook volunteers and many of the residents they serve fear the devil is in the details.
[IN Q=It has to work as a team]
((IT HAS TO WORK AS A TEAM, NOT AS I'M A CITY FIREMAN. I'M A COUNTY FIREMAN. I'M A VOLUNTEER. IT HAS TO BE A TEAM EFFORT.))
((I THINK THE TRANSITION TEAM CERTAINLY HAS THEIR WORK CUT OUT FOR THEM. THEY'VE GOT SOME BIG CHORES AHEAD OF THEM, BECAUSE THEY'RE A LOT OF QUESTIONS AND ISSUES.))
[OUT Q=questions and issues.]
A lot of questions and issues will ultimately decide whether or not the Clearbrook agreement becomes a model for city county cooperation.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke County))
In business news, Delta Airlines is expected to announce job cuts later today.
Alexis Christoforous has that story and more in this morning's Marketwatch.
[SUPER=01-Alexis Christoforous/Reporting; :00]
[OUT Q=your local stocks]
((INVESTORS ARE IN A WATCH AND WAIT PERIOD. THEIR WAITING TO SEE WHAT
THE WAR ON TERRORISM WILL MEAN TO THE MARKETS.
THE GOOD NEWS, IS THAT THE MARKET WAS ABLE TO BUILD ON MONDAY'S BIG
GAINS EVEN IN THE FACE OF MORE PROFIT WARNINGS AND A SURVEY THAT FINDS
CONSUMER CONFIDENCE IS CRUMBLING.
THE DOW CLOSED UP 56 POINTS
THE NASDAQ INCHED UP ABOUT 2.
THE CONFERENCE BOARD SAYS CONSUMER CONFIDENCE TOOK ITS BIGGEST ONE MONTH
DECLINE SINCE THE PERSIAN GULF WAR AS THE TERRORIST ATTACKS COMPOUNDED
CONCERNS ABOUT THE ECONOMY AND EMPLOYMENT.
FED CHAIRMAN ALAN GREENSPAN WAS BACK ON CAPTIOL HILL. HE TOLD A SENATE
PANEL THAT CONGRESS WILL NEED TO COME UP WITH A STIMULUS PACKAGE FOR
THE ECONOMY, PERHAPS AS MUCH AS A HUNDRED BILLION DOLLARS.
STOCKS TO WATCH TODAY INCLUDE
CHIPMAKER ADVANCED MICRO DEVICES .. AMD PLANS TO ELIMINATE 23-HUNDRED
JOBS OR 15 PERCENT OF ITS WORKFORCE AND CLOSE A PLANT IN AUSTIN TEXAS.
DELTA AIRLINES WILL ANNOUCE JOB CUTS AND REDUCTION IN ITS WINTER FLIGHT
SECHEDULE LATER TODAY. DELTA WHICH HAS 82-THOUSAND EMPLOYEES PLANS TO
TIRM ITS WORK FORCE THRU VOLUNTARY LEAVE, EARLY RETIREMENT INCENTIVES
AND IT'S THE END OF THE ROAD FOR THE CAMARO AND THE FIREBIRD. G-M WILL
STOP PRODUCTION OF THE SPORTSCARS AND CLOSE A PLANT IN CANADA AS SALES
OF THE TWO MODELS DECLINES.
TRACK ALL THE PRE-MARKET ACTION AT CBS.MW.COM .. AT THE NASDAQ I'M AC
(tape tosses to stocks)
The Virginia Farm Bureau Federation has endorsed both candidates for governor.
The group gave its blessing to both Democrat Mark Warner and Republican Mark Earley.
A spokeswoman says both candidates have positions that are favorable toward agriculture and forestry.
She also says the group hopes the dual endorsement will enhance its relationship with elected officials.
Lynchburg preservationists and city council are at odds over what some feel is a watered-down version of the city's historic district ordinance.
Council is considering making a three- mile long section of Rivermont Avenue a historic CORRIDOR.
The designation carries less restrictions than a historic district, and would allow homeowners to put vinyl siding on their houses without prior permission.
The Historic Preservation Commission says that's a bad idea.
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[IN Q=You can take]
((SCOTT GLASS/HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION: YOU CAN TAKE A BUILDING THAT IS RICH WITH DETAIL AND SHADOW LINES AND ALL THE FEATURES THAT MAKE IT A WONDERFUL HOUSE.. VINYL SIDING, IN ESSENCE, WILL ELIMINATE THOSE.))
[SUPER=01-Scott Glass/Historic Preservation Commission;]
[OUT Q=will eliminate those.]
Property owners along Rivermont will get to vote on whether they want the corridor designation.
Council will consider those results when it makes a decision sometime this fall.
A New River Valley school is reaching out to children who are deaf or hearing impaired.
The Little Lambs Christian Day Care and Preschool is adding instruction opportunities for those students.
The Pulaski County facility's director says it's the first program of its kind in the N-R-V.
Teacher Michelle Barker recently received interpreter certification and deaf instruction.
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[SOT 16:40:17 ]
[IN Q=FOR PARENTS WHO ARE]
((PATRICE PHILLIPS/SCHOOL DIRECTOR; FOR PARENTS WHO ARE STRUGGLING WITH, I HAVE A CHILD WHO IS DEAF OR THEIR HARD OF HEARING. THEY DON'T KNOW SIGN LANGUAGE THEMSELVES USUALLY AND THEY HAVE A CHILD AND THEY DON'T KNOW HOW TO EDUCATE THEM, WE ARE TRYING TO GET THE WORD OUT.))
[SUPER=01-Patrice Phillips/School Director;]
[OUT Q=GET THE WORD OUT.]
Phillips says it's important to start children young so they can develop communication skills and interaction with hearing children.
[GRAPHIC=Mornin' Health Check]
In this morning's Health Check, women in the New River Valley now have one more place to turn for healthcare.
As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells us, it's all because a local University wants to make a brighter future for its neighbors.
[IN Q=The start of the mobile clinic]
[SUPER=01-Janet McDaniel/Family Nurse Practitioner;15]
[SUPER=01-Ginny Weisz/Nurse Practitioner;45]
[SUPER=01-Kimberly Moyers/Graduate Student;55]
[OUT Q=JS for News 7 Mornin'.]
(( The start of the mobile clinic in March was just the beginning for Radford University in its quest to provide low cost medical services for the community.
And now it has taken another step by opening a Women's Health Clinic inside Waldron Hall.
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[IN Q=We are really looking for people that don't]
((JANET MCDANIEL/FAMILY NURSE PRACTIONER:WE ARE REALLY LOOKING FOR PEOPLE THAT DON'T HAVE INSURANCE OR THEIR INSURANCE DOES NOT COVER WOMENS HEALTH SERVICES --AND WE KNOW THAT THIS A NEED FOR MANY WOMEN IN THIS AREA))
[OUT Q=in this area]
The Clinic offers a variety of services including: physical exams, lab tests like pap smears and blood sugar monitoring, birth control education,and nutrition counseling.
Stress management is also available including Reiki therapy. It is a natural healing method that focuses on the use of life force energy.
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[IN Q=So it's one stop shopping]
((GINNY WEISZ/NURSE PRACTIONER:SO, IT'S ONE STEP SHOPPING FOR WOMEN TO COME AND GET THEIR NEEDS MET ))
[OUT Q=their needs met]
The Women's Health Clinic will also be a training ground for students.
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[IN Q=I think it's real important --the ]
((KIMBERLY MOYERS/GRADUATE STUDENT:I THINK IT'S REAL IMPORTANT --THE MORE EXPERIENCE YOU CAN HAVE WITH PATIENTS OR PEOPLE THAT NEED HEALTHCARE THE BETTER PREPARED YOU'LL BE WHEN YOU ARE OUT ON YOUR OWN))
[OUT Q=out on your own]
And by providing medical services to the community, Radford University hopes to fill the gap for many Southwest Virginians in need of affordable healthcare.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Radford.))
(Kimberly tosses to bump)
[Kim at Desk]
[SUPER=#4049; Morning Headlines]
Here's a look at today's top stories.
Families of victims in the World Trade Center attacks will start the paperwork today for obtaining death certificates for their loved ones.
Meanwhile, the call-up of reserves continues.
Another two thousand reservists were called to duty yesterday.
Meanwhile, debris from the Pentagon attack WON'T be coming to the Smith Gap landfill in Roanoke County.
Local officials were told yesterday, the 50-thousand tons of material will head to King George county.
And the Roanoke County Board of Supervisors gives final approval to an agreement with the city of Roanoke for the joint operation of the Clearbrook Fire Station.
And that's what's making news on this Wednesday, September 26th.
News 7 Mornin' will be right back.
The third "Survivor" series will air on C-B-S, starting next month.
We'll hear from several of the 16 contestants, including a goat farmer from Southwest Virginia.
As Manuel Gallegus reports, they'll all be braving the wilderness of Africa in hopes of winning the million dollar prize.
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[SUPER=03-Kenya, Africa; :00]
[SUPER=01-Kelly Goldsmith/Research Analyst from California; :15]
[SUPER=01-Clarence Black/Basketball Coach from Michigan; :28]
[SUPER=01-Kim Johnson/Retired Teacher from New York; :37 quick]
[SUPER=01-Tom Buchanan/Goat Farmer from Virginia; :41]
[SUPER=01-Manuel Gallegus/Reporting; 1:02]
[OUT Q=Gallegus, CBS News, Los Angeles.]
THE DATELINE IS KENYA, AFRICA, BUT THEY COME FROM ALL OVER AMERICA... A
GOAT FARMER FROM VIRGINIA, A BASKETBALL COACH FROM DETROIT... A RESEARCH
ANALYST FROM CALIFORNIA. ALL HERE FOR SURVIVOR 3.. AND ALL LOOKING TO
WIN A MILLION BUCKS.
SOT: KELLY GOLDSMITH/REARCH ANALYST/RANCO SANTA FE, CA (01:39:30)
"EVERYONE KNOWS WHAT THEY ARE GETTING INTO, EVERYONE KNOWS WE ARE ALL
OUT THERE TO STAB EACH OTHER IN THE BACK."
THE GROUND RULES ARE BASICALLY THE SAME... 16 STRANGERS, TWO TRIBES, ONE
SOT: CLARENCE BLACK/DETROIT, MI BASKETBALL COACH
"IT'S SCARY AS HELL, IT'S AFRICA MAN, LIONS AND TIGERS AND BEARS, OH MY."
AS FOR STRATEGY, EVERYONE HAS THEIR OWN IDEAS.
SOT: LINDA SPENCER/CAREER COUNSELOR/CAMBRIDGE, MA 01:24:21
"PLANNING TO FLY LOW."
SOT: KIM JOHNSON, 57, RETIRED TEACHER, OYSTER BAY, NY 01:29;47
"I LIKE TO KEEP PEOPLE GUESSING."
SOT: TOM BUCHANAN, 46, GOAT FARMER, RICH VALLEY, VA 01:32;15
"WHAT I CAN TELL, THE STRONG WILL SURVIVE, THE WEAK WILL PERISH."
PARTICIPANTS ON SURVIVOR: AFRICA WILL BE SPILT INTO TEAMS NAMED AFTER
EXISTING AFRICAN TRIBES...THE BORAN AND THE SAMBURU. THEY'LL BE
COMPETING IN A MASSIVE RESERVE HOME TO SOME OF THE MOST DANGEROUS
ANIMALS IN THE WORLD.
))(STANDUP: TO COME.. hotter...darker early...that's when animals came out)