DURATION: 49

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SHOTLIST:

AP Photos of bus accident

Pendleton, Oregon - Dec. 30

1. Various AP Photos of Bus Crash

2. Audio Soundbite: Lt. Greg Hastings/Oregon State Police (Transcribed Below)

VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:

NINE PEOPLE ARE DEAD AND ABOUT TWENTY OTHERS HAVE BEEN INJURED IN A TOUR BUS ACCIDENT ON ICY 1-84 IN NORTHEASTERN OREGON.

POLICE SAY THE TOUR BUS WAS CARRYING ABOUT 40 PEOPLE AND WENT OUT OF CONTROL.

SOUNDBITE: Audio Soundbite: Lt. Greg Hastings/Oregon State Police

"the bus went through a guard rail and then plunged 200 feet down a steep snowy embankment before coming to rest."

"They brought specially trained personnel for rope rescues to for rope rescues to get down to those injured or may not have been injured enough to go to to the hospital and they've been helping them get up....to the roadway."

LOCAL OFFICIALS SAY THE BUS WAS OWNED BY MI JOO (ME-JOOH) TRAVEL IN VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA.

STATE POLICE POLICE SAY THE BUS WAS HEADING TO VANCOUVER FROM LAS VEGAS.

SIGOUT - Name/Associated Press

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