This program is 28 minutes long
(Jindo, South Korea: Seth Doane) The search for survivors and bodies on the sunken ferry featured; scenes shown of families watching from the pier while a woman mourned the loss of her son under the sea; details given about the families' frustrations as the rescue effort drags on.
(Rome: Allen Pizzey) The search for those Sherpas missing on Mt. Everest after a ferocious avalanche featured; scenes from the route up Everest and of Sherpa guides shown. ["Outdoor" magazine editor Grayson SCHAEFER- cites the danger of the Sherpa job.]
(Boston: Jim Axelrod) A visit with transit cop Dick Donohue, who was shot in the manhunt for the marathon bombers, presented; scenes shown of his rehab efforts and him making ceremonial appearances. [DONOHUE - says he was close to dying from his wound; offers perspective on what happened to him; reacts to the likelihood he was hit by friendly fire..]
(New York: Marley Hall) The suspension of York, Pennsylvania, high school student Patrick Favres for asking Miss America Nina Davulun to his prom examined; scenes shown from Central York High School; details given about other celebrity responses to youthful invitations. [FARVRES - explains his suspension.] The school's statement quoted.
(No location given: Vinita Nair) The slow-motion landslide in the town of Jackson, Wyoming, featured; scenes shown of a split house, a time-lapse video of the slide. [Voice of Tributary Environmental geologist Jason ROLFE- talks about the damaged house and the popularity of the site for locals.]
(Sausalito, California: Danielle Nottingham) The adventures for a young sea lion pup named Hoppie, who got separated from his mother in California, featured; amp of the pup's long route and his recovery shown. [Marine Mammal Center Veterinarian Sean JOHNSON - says he went the wrong way and became malnourished.] [Volunteer John RULLE- talks about the pup.]