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SHOTLIST:

SOURCE - WSVN - COURTESY WSVN, EMBARGO MIAMI

Miami - 14 March, 2013

1. Mid. Night. Ambulence driving away

2. Wide. Big screen above stage

3. Wide, Light pattern, pan down to stage

4. Wide. Ambulence

5. SOUNDBITE: Lt. Ignatius Carroll/Miami Fire Rescue (transcript below)

6. Wide, lights, police tape, damaged area

7. Wide, light pattern, pan down to stage

8. SOUNDBITE: Lt. Ignatius Carroll/Miami Fire Rescue (Transcript Below)

9. Wide, festival area, emergency vehicles

10. Close, emergency workers

11. Mid, ambulence

12. Wide, emergency workers

13. Wide, ambulences, emergency workers

VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:

TRACK-1

SEVERAL STAGE WORKERS WERE INJURED IN MIAMI THURSDAY NIGHT, WHEN A BIG L-E-D DISPLAY SCREEN CRASHED ONTO A MUSIC FESTIVAL STAGE.

AUTHORITIES SAY TWO WORKERS WERE HOSPITALIZED.

ONE WAS IN CRITICAL CONDITION, A SECOND WAS IN SERIOUS CONDITION.

SOUNDBITE: Lt. Ignatius Carroll/Miami Fire Rescue

'It came down on two of them. One just narrowly missed being caught by the debris and then one guy that witnessed this whole thing was pretty traumatized.'

TRACK-2

THE BIG SCREENS WERE BEING SET UP ABOUT 30 FEET ABOVE THE ULTRA MUSIC FESTIVAL STAGE, WHEN THE SEVEN-FOOT-TALL SCREEN CAME CRASHING DOWN.

SOUNDBITE: Lt. Ignatius Carroll Miami Fire Rescue

'Luckily the crew that was here along with the parademics that were here working were able to remove that debris and get them to the hospital as quickly as possible.'

TRACK-3

THE FESTIVAL IS SUPPOSED TO BEGIN ON FRIDAY, AND RUN FOR TWO WEEKENDS.

OFFICIALS SAY EVENTS ON THE FESTIVAL'S OTHER STAGES WILL GO AHEAD AS PLANNED.

CARLOTTA BRADLEY, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.

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