SHOTLIST:

SOURCE - RESTRICTION or COURTESY: SICHUAN TV, CCTV, AP - Part No Access China

Location - Date: Shichuan County, China

1. Med of soldiers rescuing someone from rubble.

2. Various of rescue workers entering the quake area

3. Various of quake survivors

4. Wide of soldiers clearing road

5. Close of soldiers walking through wooded areas

6. Wide of woman entering the rubble of her home

7. Various of quake damage

8.Wide of survivors standing in line

9. Various of survivors being treated in medical tent

10. Med of survivors getting food

TWO DAYS AFTER AN EARTHQUAKE KILLED AT LEAST 188 PEOPLE IN CHINA--A FULL RANGE OF DISASTER RESPONSE IS UNDERWAY.

SOLDIERS ARE CLEARING ROADS.

PHONE-CHARGING STATIONS HAVE BEEN SET UP.

INSURANCE CLAIMS ARE BEING PROCESSED.

THE EFFORTS ARE A CRUCIAL LEADERSHIP TEST IN CHINA.

EXPERTS SAY BETTER USE OF HELICOPTERS --FOR RECONNAISSANCE --AND AID DISTRIBUTION --IS SPEEDING UP THE RESCUE AND RECOVERY PROCESS.

STILL, COMPLAINTS ARE COMMON--ESPECIALLY IN HARD-TO-REACH AREAS...WITNESSES SAYS QUAKE SURVIVORS IN REMOTE AREAS AND MOUNTAIN VILLAGES ARE LIVING UNDER TARPS--STILL WAITING FOR FOOD AND SHELTER.

CHINESE AUTHORITIES MEASURED THE QUAKE AT MAGNITUDE 7.0...HOWEVER --U.S. SCIENTISTS MEASURED IT AT A MAGNITUDE 6.6.

MORE THAN 15,000 PEOPLE HAVE BEEN SENT TO HOSPITALS-- ABOUT TWO DOZEN ARE STILL MISSING...OFFICIALS SAY THEY EXPECT THE DEATH TOLL TO CLIMB.

FOR NOW-- BEIJING IS TURNING AWAY FOREIGN OFFERS OF ASSISTANCE...CHINA SAYS IT IS TAKING CARE OF IT'S OWN.

SIGOUT - Name/Associated Press