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  • Hi. I'm Carl Azuz.

  • This is the second of a two-part special edition we produced on CNN STUDENT NEWS.

  • It continues our look back at some of the major news stories

  • that have made headlines and history since launched 35 years ago.

  • Teachers, we encourage you to preview this show.

  • It contains images of some of the most tragic stories CNN has covered.

  • The horrors of this war,

  • ethnic cleansing goes on within view of United Nations patrols.

  • An explosion underground in the garage section of the World Trade Center

  • has killed now three people.

  • Hundreds of people are still being evacuated from the twin towers.

  • The whole south side of the building is going up in flames literally before our eyes.

  • Four million people driven from their homes by war.

  • The Oklahoma governor`s office says at least 19 people are dead,

  • hundreds of other injured, and rescuers continue to search for survivors

  • in the rubble of the AP Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City.

  • The bombing at Centennial Olympic Park this morning was an evil act of terror.

  • French government has informed all of us that Princess Diana has died.

  • Earlier today, two masked gunman wearing all black begun shooting at least 18 people.

  • What the election law hopefully hanging chair (ph).

  • The hand count is expected to begin shortly here in the room behind me.

  • A plane has crushed into one of the towers of the World Trade Center.

  • Saw a plane crashed into --

  • This was described to me, the size of a 747 --

  • We have unconfirmed reports this morning

  • that a plane has crashed into one of the towers of the World Trade Center.

  • My producer calls, he said, "You listen to the radio".

  • And I said, "No". He said, "You should".

  • He said, a plane just crashed into the World Trade Center.

  • I didn`t know if it`s a big plan or a small plan

  • or it was an accident or it was deliberate --

  • But when the second plane hit the South Tower,

  • I think we all knew it`s the act of terrorist.

  • At the Pentagon, a plane or a helicopter has crashed

  • and the Pentagon is being evacuated.

  • The Boston Airport, like airports now across the entire country is closed.

  • All air traffic in United States has come to a halt.

  • And then we heard that there is another plane,

  • maybe going towards the Capitol, another plane was toward the White House.

  • People were running out in the White House, people were running out of Capitol.

  • There has just been a huge explosion we can see,

  • a bellowing smoke rising and I can,

  • I`m telling you that I can`t see that second tower

  • but if there was a cascade of sparks and fire and now,

  • it looks almost like a mushroom cloud explosion --

  • United Flight 93, Newark to SFO,

  • has crashed in Pennsylvania for United Airlines.

  • Some very brave passengers attempted to

  • take control of that plane because they knew,

  • from phone conversations,

  • that they had had with family members at the World Trade Center

  • had been attacked -- can you imagine the courage?

  • Good Lord. There are no words.

  • Its 1:00, 2:00 in the morning, we sleep and was tired,

  • and I was crying,

  • and I was thinking about my daughter was from middle school.

  • And I thought, "God, her world is going to be totally different,

  • 9/11 forever altered the soul of our nation.

  • We could never again take for granted our sense of security,

  • and life has never been the same since then.

  • I reported a few minutes ago about a second wave of attacks,

  • they`re being described as more intense.

  • On my orders United States military has began strikes in Afghanistan.

  • I`ve got a little problem on the Space Shuttle Columbia.

  • It has been out of communication now for the past 12 minutes.

  • My fellow Americans, this day has brought terrible news the Columbia is lost.

  • There are no survivors.

  • More explosions have rock Baghdad

  • after an unprecedented bombardment a few hours ago. U.S.-led forces

  • had unleashed their long awaited and punishing air assault.

  • In Spain at this moment, they are still counting the bodies.

  • At least 190 people are dead.

  • Hundreds are reported dead in Sri Lanka as a powerful earthquake

  • of Indonesia produced devastating tidal waves across parts of Asia.

  • Four separate yet simultaneous explosions striking the transit system there.

  • The real concern is the wind, and the rain, and any flooding that may cause.

  • A powerful hurricane appears to be setting its sights into the Central Gulf Coast.

  • The winds are just incredible here in New Orleans.

  • We can see the roof of the Superdome has been shredded.

  • This is maybe the easy side of the storm

  • but it does not feel very easy right here on the banks of the Mississippi River.

  • It`s a very strange feeling covering a hurricane

  • particularly one that was this size,

  • got there really just as the first kind of rainfall were starting.

  • The winds are really big up here.

  • I had a satellite truck with me I had a crew with me

  • and we were kind of on our own.

  • Because as you can see, it`s coming to part as we speak.

  • And people just come up to you in the Walmart and they`re like,

  • have you heard about my town?

  • A woman at the Walmart said to me, you should to Gulf Coast of Mississippi,

  • because we haven`t able to touch with our relatives in Waveland

  • and no one is reporting from there.

  • When I got to Waveland, that was unlike anything I`ve seen before.

  • It`s just block after block was gone.

  • People were starting to return and see their lives gone.

  • It`s devastating, I mean, after this.

  • A levee break the size of a football field is slowly flooding New Orleans.

  • I am looking over a scene of other devastation and the entire neighborhood,

  • this water has come up to the east of the houses.

  • When we got out there, you could hear screams of people

  • still being trapped in the attics.

  • As we came across, people punching holes in the attic spaces

  • because the water is filled up all the way up to their attics.

  • What are we doing now, doc, where are we going?

  • We`re going to Charity Hospital.

  • Is this really safe? And we heard about the snipers earlier today.

  • No. Not really.

  • We had to get a row boat and essentially row across from

  • the parking deck across the street and to the ramp at Charity Hospital.

  • OK. Well, we made it.

  • Yes. Safely.

  • So, this is what a Charity Hospital looks like in the middle of the natural disaster.

  • When you get into Charity Hospital,

  • you sort of immediately realize that it is as bad

  • if not worst as has been described.

  • It was completely crowded.

  • There was a smell in the air.

  • When we started to walk around the hospital

  • and realize that the staircase is now becoming filled with bodies

  • as a result of what was happening there, that you needed to start reporting.

  • One of the images that really struck with me the most

  • was these people bagging patients,

  • with been on ventilators who no longer had power,

  • and they would take shifts.

  • And you couldn`t fall asleep and they have to just keep doing it

  • and sometimes the patients would still be awake

  • and are at least cognizant enough to know

  • that literally in my entire life right now is dependent on

  • where this guy can keep bagging this bag of air into my lungs.

  • Some of these people had been waiting outside now for more than three days.

  • No food. No water. Helicopter is flying all over here. It`s ridiculous.

  • You know, someone actually said this to me in the days after Katrina.

  • He said to me, "You know man, this is all going to be forgotten.

  • It`s all going to be cleaned up and washed away and forgotten".

  • But I certainly would never forget what I saw,

  • and I don`t think a lot of people who were there,

  • I don`t think any of them will forget either.

Hi. I'm Carl Azuz.

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