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REPORTER TO CAMERA; TUNNEL IN BACKGROUND
AERIAL VIEW; TRAFFIC IN MORNING RUSH HOUR (2 shots)
CU-SIGN...KEEP IN LANE
LV-HUDSON RIVER AND MANHATTAN
GROUND TO AIR: McGRW-HILL SKYSCRAPER
AERIAL VIEW; T.V. ???
AERIAL VIEW ROADS
AERIAL VIEW: ENTRANCE TO TUNNEL AND TRAFFIC
GV-TOLLS AND TRAFFIC
(shots) T.V. MONITOR AND CONTROL ROOM
TWO MEN TALKING
GV-TRAFFIC AND SIGNALS AT ENTRANCE TO TUNNEL
CU-DESK OFFICER TELEPHONING TRAFFIC OFFICER
GV?OFFICER ON CATWALK CAR CAB APPROACHING SCENE OF ACCIDENT
GV-STRETCHER TAKEN FROM AMBULANCE TO BUS
GV-POLICE GUIDING TRAFFIC
GV-CASUALTY LIFTED FROM BUS
TRAVELLING SHOT: TUNNEL (5 SHOTS)
REPORTER: This is the New Jersey side of the Lincoln Tunnel and the volume of traffic handled by the tunnel's three tubes is truly immense over 33 million vehicles a year in addition, next to the subway, is the largest commuter operation in the New York area. Over a 4 million buses use the tunnel every working day....
......tunnel lies submerged 90 feet below Hudson......
INTERVIEWER: What to you do when an accident occurs?
MAN: We have electric magnetic sensors in the roadway.....
......from start to finish seldom do these stoppages take more than five minutes, but despite all precautions accidents will happen.
.........each is around 1.1/2 miles.
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