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- 【今年最大のハリケーン「ドリアン」】フロリダ州に接近_US Fl Dorian Shelters
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- Red Cross opens Florida shelters as Dorian nears
- RESTRICTION SUMMARY: AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST: ASSOCIATED PRESS – AP CLIENTS ONLY Orlando, Florida – 02 September 2019 1. American Red Cross shelter manager Vic Parker counting water supply at Edgewater High School, which has been converted into an evacuation shelter 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Vic Parker, American Red Cross: "This is an evacuation shelter, so what we're doing is, we have snacks here. We have three meals per day. We have a roof over their head. We have security here. We have nurses here. So, if you're going to come to the shelter – which is an evacuation shelter – please bring your blankets, your blow-up mattresses, your food, your snacks, anything that's going to make you comfortable." 3. Roadside shelter sign 4. Little boy eating a snack outside the shelter 5. Orlando police vehicles parked outside shelter 6. Blankets in shelter and couple blowing up air mattress 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Vic Parker, American Red Cross: "We do have an emergency evacuation plan. And also, if we have a tornado, we do have a tornado-safe place here at the high school to push the clients into a tornado-safe place. And, I want to say – shout-out to the power company, because we do have a lot of power companies here that prepare to help in case we do have power outage." 8. Various of energy line workers preparing for deployment from Orlando hotel 9. Bill Van Dyke letting shelter client Richard McAdoo pet guide dog, Alton, at shelter 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Bill Van Dyke, American Red Cross: "He's actually my guide dog, but he actually works as a stress-relief dog, especially for, you know, the shelter people – people that are in the shelter." 11. Tight of Alton, guide and stress-relief dog at Orlando shelter 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Bill Van Dyke, American Red Cross: "You can't imagine how, you know, stressful it is for the people who are coming into our shelter. Some of them have, you know, all sorts of different disabilities, and they need the support to relieve their stress with." 13. Various of Red Cross worker talking to Richard McAdoo, who says he is homeless and seeking refuge from Dorian at the Edgewater High School shelter 14. SOUNDBITE (English) Richard McAdoo, Shelter Client (Homeless in Orlando): "They have mental health counseling that is on its way. So, if you suffer from any kind of depression, PTSD, or scared, they will have people for you to talk to. There's medical here." 15. Various of activity inside the shelter 16. SOUNDBITE (English) Richard McAdoo, Shelter Client (Homeless in Orlando): "The fear of being homeless after the hurricane is – the resources that we have normally aren't going to be available, because they're going to be home with their family or our meeting spots are going to be under some kind of damage." 17. American Red Cross workers inside shelter STORYLINE: The American Red Cross has opened several shelters across Central Florida as Hurricane Dorian barrels toward the state's Atlantic coast. At Edgewater High School in Orlando, which has been converted into an evacuation shelter, roughly two dozen of the city's most vulnerable had already sought refuge in the school's gymnasium. Among them were the homeless or those with no way of getting out of harm's way. The shelter's manager, Vic Parker, says there's no way of knowing how many people will show up in the next day or two as Dorian gets closer, but there is room for 450 people. She said there is an evacuation plan if needed, and there's a safe place for them to huddle should a tornado strike. Parker said she is grateful to see so many energy workers in the area in the event of power outage. Hundreds of line workers were being deployed to various stations in Orlando Monday. Some came from as far away as Canada and Nova Scotia. American Red Cross volunteers also descended on Central Florida from out of state. Bill Van Dyke, a visually-impaired volunteer from Knoxville, Tennessee, brought his guide dog to not only help him get around but also offer comfort and stress relief to residents and others seeking refuge at the shelter. Richard McAdoo was among those planning to ride out Dorian at the shelter. McAdoo says he's homeless and is grateful to be at a shelter that offers mental health services to deal with stress. McAdoo says he's not only worried about riding out Dorian safely, but also where he will land after the storm. =========================================================== Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory.
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