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Italian rescuers search for missing in island landslide

SHOTLIST:RESTRICTION SUMMARY: PART KEEP LOGO ON SCREENASSOCIATED PRESSIschia - 27 November 20221. Aerial of area affected by landslide ++MUTE++HEADLINE: Italian rescuers search for missing in island landslideITALIAN STATE POLICE HANDOUTIschia - 26 November 20222. Italian state police agents and firefighters at scene, helping residents amid water and mud ++MUTE++ASSOCIATED PRESSIschia - 27 November 20223. Aerial of area affected by landslide ++MUTE++ANNOTATION: Rescuers dug through mud for a second day Sunday in the search for people lost in an enormous landslide on the Italian resort island of Ischia.ASSOCIATED PRESSIschia - 26 November 20224. Tourist bus dragged to the sea by mudANNOTATION: One body was recovered on Saturday and 11 people, including children, were reported missing in the port town of Casamicciola. ITALIAN FIREFIGHTERS HANDOUT - KEEP LOGO ON SCREENIschia - 26 November 20225. Various aerials of area of Casamicciola ++ MUTE++ANNOTATION: Missing people are feared buried under mud and debris that firefighters said was six meters (yards) deep in some places.ITALIAN FIREFIGHTERS HANDOUT - KEEP LOGO ON SCREENIschia - 26 November 20226. Wide shot of overturned car, excavator removing mud and debris.ASSOCIATED PRESSIschia - 26 November 20227. People cleaning mud in front of houseANNOTATION: The massive landslide before dawn on Saturday was triggered by exceptional rainfall.ASSOCIATED PRESSIschia - 26 November 20228. Wide of vehicles filled with mud.ITALIAN FIREFIGHTERS HANDOUT - KEEP LOGO ON SCREENIschia - 26 November 20229. Mud and debris near the shore.ANNOTATION: The landslide sent a mass of mud and debris hurtling down a mountainside toward the port, collapsing buildings and sweeping vehicles into the sea.ASSOCIATED PRESSIschia - 27 November 202210. Aerial of area affected by landslide ++MUTE++ANNOTATION: The densely populated mountainous island is a popular tourist destination for both its beaches and spas.STORYLINE:Rescuers dug through mud for a second day on Sunday in the search for people believed lost in an enormous landslide on the Italian resort island of Ischia. One body was recovered on Saturday and two families with children remained among the 11 missing in the port town of Casamicciola, feared buried under mud and debris that firefighters said was six meters (20 feet) deep in some places. Small bulldozers focused on clearing roads overnight to allow rescue vehicles to pass, while dive teams were brought in to check cars that had been pushed into the sea.The massive landslide before dawn on Saturday was triggered by exceptional rainfall, and sent a mass of mud and debris hurtling down a mountainside toward the port of Casamicciola, collapsing buildings and sweeping vehicles into the sea. By Sunday, Over 150 people were left homeless by the events. The island received 126 millimeters (nearly five inches) of rain in six hours, the heaviest rainfall in 20 years, according to officials. Experts said the disaster was exacerbated by building in areas of high risk on the mountainous island. ===========================================================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: info@aparchive.com(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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