字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hi I'm Carl Azuz, this is the second of a two part special edition we've produced on CNN Student News. It continues our look back on some of the major news stories that have made headlines in history since CNN launched thirty- five years ago. Teachers we encourage you to preview this show, it contains images of some of the most tragic stories CNN has covered. The horrors of this war. Ethnic cleansing goes on within view on United Nation's controls. An explosion underground in the garage section of the World Trade Center has killed now three people. Hundreds of people are still being evacuated from the Twin Towers. The whole south side of the building is going up in flames literally before our eyes. Four million people driven from their homes by war. The Oklahoma Governor's office says at least 19 people are dead, hundreds of others dead, and rescuers continue to search for survivors. In the rubble of the A. P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. The bombing at Centennial Olympic Park this morning was an evil act of terror. The French government has informed all of us that Princess Diana has died. Earlier today, two masked gunmen wearing all black began shooting at least 18 people. What the election law folk call a hanging chad. The hand count is expected to begin shortly here, in a room behind me. A plane Plane has crashed into one of the towers of The World Trade Center. Saw a plane crash into. We have unconfirmed reports this morning that a plane has crashed into one of the towers. Of the World Trade Center. My producer called and said he are you listening to the radio? I said no. He said you should. He said a plane just crashed into the World Trade Center. I didn't know if it was a big plane or a small plane, it was an accident, it was deliberate. But when the second plane Hit the south tower, I think we all knew it's the act of terrorists. At the Pentagon, a plane or a helicopter has crashed and the Pentagon is being evacuated. The Boston airport like airports now across the entire country is closed All air traffic in the United States has come to a halt. And then we heard that there's another plane maybe going toward the capital, another plane going toward the White House. People were running out of the White House. People were running out of the capital. There has just been a huge explosion we can see. A billowing smoke rising. And I can't, I'll tell you that I can't see that second tower, but there was a cascade of sparks and fire and now this, it looks almost like a mushroom cloud explosion. Flight 93 Newark to SFO has crashed in Pennsylvania for United Airlines. Some very brave passengers attempted to take control of that plane, because they knew from phone conversations that they had had with family members, that the World Trade Center had been attacked. Can you imagine the courage? Good lord. There are no words. It's one, two in the morning. It's late, and I was tired, and I was crying, and I was thinking about my daughter was in middle school. And I thought god her world is going to be totally different, it's going to be totally different. Nine eleven forever altered the soul of our nation. We could never again take for granted out sense of security, and Life has never been the same since then. I reported a few minutes ago about a second wave of attacks. They are being described as more intense. On my orders The United States military has begun strikes in Afghanistan. Got a little problem on the space shuttle Columbia, it has been out of communication now for the past 12 minutes. My fellow Americans, this day has brought terrible news. The Columbia is lost, there are no survivors. More explosions have rocked Baghdad after an unprecedented bombardment a few hours ago. U. S. led forces have unleashed their long awaited and punishing air assault. In Spain at this moment they are still counting the bodies. At least 190 people are dead. Hundreds are reported dead in Sri Lanka as a powerful earthquake off Indonesia triggers devastating tidal waves across parts of Asia. Four separate yet simultaneous explosions striking the transit system there. The real concern is the wind and rain and any flooding that may cause. A powerful hurricane appears to be setting its sights on the central Gulf coast. The winds are just incredible here in New Orleans. We can see the roof of the Superdome has been shredded. This may be the easy side of the storm, but it does not feel very easy right here on the banks for the Mississippi River. I just wanna show you, a little bit earlier. It's a very strange feeling covering a hurricane, particularly one that was this size. Got there really just as the first kind of rainfall was starting. The winds have really picked up here. I had a satellite truck with me, I had a crew with me, and we were kind of on our own. Cuz as you can see, it's coming apart as we speak. And people just come up to you at the Walmart and they're like, have you heard about my town? The woman at the Walmart said to me, you should go to the Gulf Coast in Mississippi because we haven't been able to touch with our relatives in Waveland and no one's reporting from there. When I got to Waveland, it was unlike anything I'd ever seen before. Just block after block was gone. People were starting to return and see their lives gone. It's devastating I mean, A levee break the size of a football field is slowly flooding New Orleans. I am looking over a scene of utter devastation, an entire neighborhood water has come up to the eaves of the houses. When we got out there you could hear the screams of people still being trapped in the attics. Since we came across people punching holes in attic spaces because waters filled up all the way up to their attics. What are we doing now, doc? Where are we going? We're going to Charity Hospital. Is this area safe, we heard about the snipers earlier today. No, not really. We had to get a row boat and essentially row across from the parking deck across the street into the ramp of Charity Hospital. Okay, well we made it safely. So this is what Charity Hospital looks like in the middle of a natural disaster. When you get into Charity Hospital, you sort of immediately realize that it is as bad, if not worst as has been described. It was completely crowded. There was a smell in the air. When we started to walk around the hospital and realize that the staircase is not becoming filled with bodies as a result of what was happening there, that you needed to start reporting. One of the images that really struck with me the most was these people bagging patients, with been on ventilators who no longer had power, and they would take shifts. And you couldn`t fall asleep and they have to just keep doing it and sometimes the patients would still be awake and are at least cognizant enough to know that literally in my entire life right now is dependent on where this guy can keep bagging this bag of air into my lungs. Some of these people had been waiting outside now for more than three days. No food. No water. Helicopter is flying all over here. It`s ridiculous. You know, someone actually said this to me in the days after Katrina. They said to me, "You know man, this is all going to be forgotten. It`s all going to be cleaned up and washed away and forgotten". But I certainly would never forget what I saw, and I don`t think a lot of people who were there, I don`t think any of them will forget either.