This program is 29 minutes long
(Memphis and Mud Island: Steve Osunsami) The story of four generations of one family threatened by the flooding river presented; scenes shown from North Haven, Tennessee, and of families living in campers. [Flood victims Charles, Star HINKSON, Heather HINKSON-DAVIS, Brenda WEBB, Angie HINKSON, Tina EMBRY- comment on their situations.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Earlier discussion held with Army Corps of Engineers Col. Vernie Riechling about the levees and the river; virtual view of the river flow shown. [RIESLING - describes what is happening.]
(Memphis: Jim Avila) This historic test for the levee system protecting Memphis featured; scenes shown of the flood wall system; details given about the four threats to the levee and how a breach would be catastrophic. [Army Corps of Engineers Cory WILLIAMS- indicates a threat to the levee.] Map of the Mississippi cresting shown. ["Rising Tide" author John BARRY- says the elements of '27 are protecting us today.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.
(Memphis: Sam Champion) The sequence of events leading to this flooding reviewed and the weather forecast discussed; map of the many states draining into the Mississippi shown.
(Islamabad: Jim Sciutto) The growing feud between the US and Pakistan after the operation that killed Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden examined; details given about the various US demands being denied by Pakistan, the divisions within Pakistan's government and the extent of US aid. [On "60 Minutes," President OBAMA - suggests support for bin Laden from within the government.] [New American Foundation Steven CLEMONS- says Pakistan could become the most dangerous nation.]