This program is 29 minutes long
(Prescott, Arizona: Miguel Almaguer) The tragedy in Arizona reviewed; scenes of the vans carrying the bodies of the Granite Mountain Hotshot team, the flames & smoke, evacuees, burning homes; details given about the loss of firefighters in other major fires. [Prescott fire chief Dan FRAIJO†- says we’re devastated.] [2 RESIDENTS – comment.] [National Interagency Fire Center Alex ABOLS†- says they choose to do it because they enjoy the work and it is rewarding.] [US Forest Service Fire & Aviation director Tom HARBOUR†- says we have to learn from this tragedy.] [WOMAN – reacts.] The ongoing threat from this fire noted.
(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(Prescott, Arizona: Gabe Gutierrez) The outpouring of support for the families of the firefighters featured; scenes shown from Prescott of the makeshift memorial; photos shown of victims Chris MacKenzie†, Kevin Woyjeck†† and Andrew Ashcraft†† [MacKenzie’s mother Laurie GORALSKI†, Prescott resident Jeannine BROWN†, victim’s friend Jim MARNELL†, Prescott Mayor Marlin KUYKENDALL†, retired firefighter Jeff KNOTEK††- comment.] [Los Angeles County Fire Department Keith MORA†- says any firefighter loss is one of us.]
(Cairo: Ayman Mohyeldin) The demonstrations in Cairo and the looming showdown with President Mohamed Morsi reviewed; scenes shown of military helicopters carrying Egyptian flags, the sacking of the Muslim Brotherhood headquarters, people signing petitions calling for Morsi’s resignation; details given about the military’s ultimatum to Morsi and the hardships for the Egyptian people. [PROTESTOR – tells Morsi he has to leave.]
(Sanford, Florida: Ron Mott) The day’s proceedings in the trial of George Zimmerman for the murder of Florida teen Trayvon Martin reviewed; scenes shown from the courtroom as audiotape of his interview with police about his encounter with Martin is played; video shown of his interview with Detective Chris Serino. [Defense attorney Mark O’MARA, prosecutor Bernie De La RIONDA- question police officer Doris Singleton.] [SINGLETON – responds.]
(New York: Stephanie Gosk) The increasing use of YouTube by teachers featured; videos shown. [YouTube’s Kevin ALLOCCA- says education videos have become one of the fastest growing areas of the site.] [Teacher Rob TARROU- says the scope that you touch people’s lives with the internet is overwhelming.] [YouTube users Megan MATTHAI, Ashish SINGH, Baijet KARIM- comment on Tarrou’s videos.]