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Police in Louisville are banning items including backpacks and duffel bags from this year's Kentucky Derby. Security for ...
the May 4th horse race is being addressed, following the Boston bombing. (April 24)
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SHOTLIST:SOURCE - WHAS - COURTESY WHAS11 NEWS, EMBARGO LOUISVILLE Louisville, Kentucky - File1. Wide, crowd at derby2. Wide, crowd3. Mid, people walking through crowd---SOURCE - WHAS - COURTESY WHAS11 NEWS, EMBARGO LOUISVILLE Louisville, Kentucky - 23 April, 20134. SOUNDBITE (English) Major Kelly Jones / Louisville Metro Police Dept. (Transcript Below)---SOURCE - WHAS - COURTESY WHAS11 NEWS, EMBARGO LOUISVILLE Louisville, Kentucky - File5. Mid, people talking to police6. Wide, Churchill Downs entrance7. Mid. Security checking bags---SOURCE; AP GRAPHICS/AP IMAGES - AP CLIENTS ONLY8. Graphic listing banned items---SOURCE - WHAS - COURTESY WHAS11 NEWS, EMBARGO LOUISVILLE Louisville, Kentucky - File9. Mid, Security checking people10. Mid, Security checking people11. Close. Security checking bag12. Close, Metal detector13. Close, people go through gate14. Mid. People go through gate15. Wide, people go through gate ---SOURCE - WHAS - COURTESY WHAS11 NEWS, EMBARGO LOUISVILLE Louisville, Kentucky - 23 April, 201316. SOUNDBITE (English) Martin Kute/Going to Derby (Transcript Below)17. SOUNDBITE (English) Elisha Durrett/Going to Derby (Transcript Below)----SOURCE - WHAS - COURTESY WHAS11 NEWS, EMBARGO LOUISVILLELouisville, Kentucky - File18. Security checking peopleVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:THE BOSTON MARATHON BOMBING HAS OFFICIALS IN LOUISVILLE THINKING ABOUT HOW TO MAKE THIS YEAR'S KENTUCKY DERBY SAFER.SOUNDBITE: Major Kelly Jones/Louisville Metropolitan Police Department'this is not our first oaks and derby and we'll basically follow the same plan that we've always followed.'TRACK-2IN FACT, THERE WILL BE SOME CHANGES THIS YEAR AT HORSE RACING'S PREMIERE EVENT.SOME ITEMS ARE BANNED FROM CHURCHILL DOWNS, INCLUDING BACKPACKS, DUFFEL BAGS, LARGE PURSES, LUGGAGE, TENTS, COOLERS AND WEAPONS.THE CHURCHILL DOWNS WILL HAVE INCREASED STAFF CHECKING BELONGINGS AS CROWDS COME IN.AND FANS ARE BEING URGED TO LOOK OUT FOR SUSPICIOUS UNATTENDED ITEMS.SOUNDBITE: Martin Kute/Going to Derby"Derby is the derby. It's happened before they've had it all secured of all the other derby's. This will be just as good."SOUNDBITE: Elishia Durrett/Going to Derby "I think it's good to go ahead and increase security measures ofthose who do think our suspect things wi ll happen, but as far as I'm concerned no.'TRACK-3THE DERBY IS SET FOR MAY FOURTH.SANDY KOZEL, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.-------------------------------------------------