This program is 29 minutes long
(Greensburg, Kansas: Mike von Fremd) The return home of residents to Greensburg featured; scenes shown of wrecked homes. [Two RESIDENTS, Bill and Shelby WEYMEYER, Kathy KELLY - react to what happened and what's lost.] [Highway Patrol spokesman Sgt. Ron KNOEFEL- says Greensburg will come back.] President Bush's plans to visit on Wednesday noted and the big problem of getting rid of debris discussed.
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.
(Washington: Lisa Stark) How the recovery in Greensburg will be harder because the Kansas National Guard and its equipment are in Iraq featured, [Governor Kathleen SEBELIUS- says the trucks are gone; comments on debris removal.] [At Congressional hearings on April 11, National Guard bureau chief Lt. Gen. Steven BLUM- comments on the equipment shortage.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) The flood zone in the Midwest region introduced; map shown.
(Chicago: Barbara Pinto) The flood zone from the powerful weekend storm featured; scenes shown from Topeka, Kansas and Red Oak, Iowa. [Topeka RESIDENT, IOWAN - react.] [AccuWeather.com meteorologist Bernie RAYNO- talks rain.]
(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The rise in gasoline prices due to refinery problems examined; scenes shown the from the Whiting, Indiana, refinery; Energy Information Administration statistics on the US gasoline supply and prices cited. [Two MOTORISTS, GasBuddy.com Jason TOEWS, AG Edwards market analyst Bill O'GRADY- comment on prices.]
(Antananarivo, Madagascar: Bill Weir) The efforts to save the forests of the island country of Madagascar featured; scenes shown of a lemur being released into a new part of the forest, of the exotic animals at risk due to the destruction of the environment and the slash and burn of the forest; details given of the pressure to sell off natural resources like ilmenite. [Conservation International Russ MITTERMEIER- says we suggested protecting the land for tourists.] [Rio Tinto's Guy LARIN- defends the environment.]
(New York: Dan Harris) Billionaire Warren Buffett's plans to eventually replace himself as director of his highly successful Berkshire Hathaway company examined; details given about the backgrounds of some applicants for this high stakes job. [Applicant Klaus KOSTENBEUER- speaks about his qualities.] [BUFFETT - describes his job.]