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  • Owner: NBC News
  • Clip Name: 51112743338_s19
  • Date: 7/29/10
  • Title: Disaster In the Gulf, Day 101: Hidden Danger: Where Is All the Oil?
  • Production Unit: TDY
  • Media Type: AS
  • Media ID: NY-TDY-20100729-0001
  • Ardome ID: 1100100821325474122
  • Hit Time: 07:17:59
  • NA
  • Duration: 00:02:33;00
  • Location: New Orleans, Louisiana;Gulf of Mexico
  • Era: 2010s
  • Personalities: Allen, Thad;Smith, Eric;Schumaker, Bonny;
  • Short Description: Disaster In the Gulf, Day 101: Hidden Danger: Where Is All the Oil?
  • Long Description:
    Sa much as 5.2 million barrels of oil leaks into the Gulf of Mexico but it is now largely seen in isolated patches of oil on the surface, but scientists say there is still plenty of oil out there, and they remain extremely concerned about continuing damage to the environment and to marine life.

    NBC's Lisa Myers reports live on-camera from New Orleans, Louisiana.

    EJ
    07:18:17 (2:00)
    EXT DAY NEW ORLEANS
    MS: Myers and On Wings of Care's Bonny Schumaker talk as they walk to Schumaker's one-engine airplane.
    MS: Schumaker's hand adjusts cockpit controls.
    MS: The airplane's properly starts.
    MS: The airplane taxis.
    MS: As she flies the airplane, looking out of the window, Schumaker says, "Every day, there's less and less to see."

    EXT DAY GULF OF MEXICO
    MS: Orange oil slick on the water.
    AERIAL: Oil slick on the water.
    Rolling shot of small patches of orange oil slick on the water.

    INT
    MS: In press conference, Incident Commenter retired US Coast Guard Admiral Thad Allen says, "WE'RE HAVING TROUBLE FINDING PATCHES OF OIL. THAT DOESN'T MEAN WE'RE NOT GOING TO STAY PREPARED UNTIL THIS WELL IS KILLED."

    EXT DAY GULF OF MEXICO
    MS: Myers seated in the back of the airplane.
    MS: Schumaker looks out the window while flying.
    AERIAL: Shadow of the airplane falls on the water where fingers of oil slick are seen.
    Myers reports on-camera from the back of the airplane.
    AERIAL: Streak of oil slick on the water.
    AERIAL: Oil slick on the water nearby an island.
    AERIAL: Oil slick on the water nearby a small island.
    AERIAL: A skimmer ship on the water.
    AERIAL: Island shoreline seen through airplane wing.
    Panning shot of the water and islands seen on the horizon.

    INT
    MS: In interview, Tulane University's Dr. Eric Smith says, "You should continue to worry about the oil that may be in the swamps, and the oil that's in the water, but below the surface."

    EXT DAY GULF OF MEXICO
    MS: Shot bobs in and out of the water showing streaks of oil slick.

    GFX: Supers "1.8 Million Gallons Of Dispersant."

    EXT DAY
    MS: A pelican covered by oil slick.

    INT NEW ORLEANS
    MS: In interview, Myers asks, "What have you observed about what's happening to wildlife?"
    MS: Schumaker says, "Well I'm seeing much less of it and I'm certainly seeing none of it where I'd like to see it."

    EXT DAY
    MS: A pelican sits on the beach as oil slick washes up in the surf.

    GFX: Insert stills of dead seat turtle and fish.

    EXT DAY GULF OF MEXICO
    MS: Schumaker speaks pointing out of the window while flying.
    AERIAL: Flocks of birds fly over the water.
    AERIAL: Bird nesting grounds.

    Myers reports and closes live on-camera (no sign off).

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