This program is 28 minutes long
(Santiago: David Wright) The world-shaking moment of the quake reviewed; scenes shown of the shaking, tossed cars, waves, three now-motherless children, a toppled apartment building & looting; details given about the country's strict building codes & what Chile is seeking in aid. [Resident Natalie HERNANDEZ - comments.] [UCLA engineering dean Jorge CREMPIEN- says some buildings were below standard.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The "ring of fire" fault line noted & the quakes in Haiti & Chile compared; diagram shown.
(Talca, Chile: Jeffrey Kofman) A journey to the earthquake's epicenter in Chile featured; scenes shown of a collapsed bridge & newspaper building, people in line at the bank, the city of Talca & people getting water.
(Washington: Jonathan Karl) The stance by Senator Jim Bunning that Congress must pay its bills that includes blocking money for unemployment & highway construction featured; scenes shown of Bunning bickering with the reporter. [Austin, Texas, unemployed teacher Brenda WOOD- laments her finances.] [In the Senate, BUNNING - says we need to find the money.]
(White House: Jake Tapper) The first physical for President Obama reviewed; details given about his cholesterol level & cigarette habit. [White House press secretary Robert GIBBS- talks about his eating habits.] [Last summer, OBAMA - talks about his smoking.]
(Studio: Brian Ross) An ABC News investigation into pharmacy errors with prescription drugs examined; details given about the case of Beth Hippely, who got the wrong blood thinner pills from a Walgreens high school student technician that led to her stroke. [HIPPELY - comments.] [Attorney Trent SPECKHALS- says error in medicine is harm.] [Kroger pharmacy TECHNICIAN - testifies she was thrown into the lion's den.] [National Assn. of Chain Drug Stores Edith ROSATO- defends safety; states error reporting is not mandatory.] A statement from Walgreens about prescription quality noted.
(Cincinnati: Barbara Pinto) The story of grandmother Donna Spiegel, who is raising her grandson who has cerebral palsy & started her own special Conductive Training Center in Cincinnati, presented; scenes shown of a boy undergoing "conductive education," intensive daily therapy & of the center that is paid for via her thrift shops income. [SPIEGEL - talks about special needs, her grandson, Dayton, therapy & him learning to walk.]