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SHOTLIST:WASH TV - NO ACCESS PAKISTANAwaran district, Baluchistan state, Pakistan - 25 September 20131. Rescue workers moving piece of debris, with motorcycle visible beyond it2. Wide of rescue workers searching rubble for survivors of earthquake3. Tilt down large crack in outside wall of house4. Wide of collapsed house and mounds of rubbleAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYAwaran, Pakistan - 25 September 20135. Pan on top of damaged wallAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYGwadar, Pakistan - 24 September 20136. Zoom in to what appears to be a small island that rose from the sea after Tuesday's earthquakeAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYKarachi, Pakistan - 25 September 20137. Wide of Pakistani military convoy leaving Karachi and heading to earthquake-affected areas of Baluchistan with relief material8. Low angle of trucks leaving9. Mid of soldiers in leaving convoy10. Close of volunteer loading bags onto the back of a truck11. Mid of volunteers at the Khidmat-e-Khalq Foundation (KKF) - run by the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), a Pakistani political party - moving bags of relief supplies to be delivered to people affected by earthquake in western Baluchistan12. SOUNDBITE (English) Wasey Jalil, Spokesman for the Khidmat-e-Khalq Foundation (Transcript Below)13. Wide of earthquake injured brought from Awaran, Baluchistan to Karachi Civil Hospital for treatment14. Close of woman with eye injury15. Close of drip administered to injured16. Mid of victim being brought out of X-Ray room on stretcherVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:(nats of people trying to move rubble)RESCUE WORKERS STRUGGLE TO FREE PEOPLE PINNED UNDER PILES OF RUBBLE --AFTER A MAJOR EARTHQUAKE IN SOUTHWESTERN PAKISTAN COLLAPSED WALLS AND LEVELED ENTIRE NEIGHBORHOODS, KILLING NEARLY 300 PEOPLE.THE MAGNITUDE 7.7 QUAKE -- SO POWERFUL, IT CREATED A SMALL ISLAND OFF THE COUNTRY'S SOUTHERN COAST. (nats from convoys)THE PAKISTAN MILITARY SAYS IT RUSHED NEARLY 1,000 TROOPS TO THE AREA OVERNIGHT AND CONVOYS CARRYING FOOD AND MEDICAL SUPPLIES LEFT KARACHI EARLY WEDNESDAY.(nats loading bags)VOLUNTEERS HAVE ALSO MOBILIZED TO DELIVER VITAL AID -- SOUNDBITE (English) Wasey Jalil, Spokesman for the Khidmat-e-Khalq Foundation:"So far we have a good quantum of rations for those people and we have got tents over here, we have a good amount of lifesaving drugs and then we have got water coolers over here."BUT THE LACK OF INFRASTRUCTURE SURROUNDING THE AFFECTED REGION HAS HAMPERED RELIEF EFFORTS.NEARLY 200 PEOPLE HAVE BEEN EVACUATED AS STRONG AFTERSHOCKS CONTINUE TO SHAKE THE REGION.SOME HAVE BEEN BROUGHT TO KARACHI FOR EMERGENCY TREATMENT.MAGGIE MAZZETTI, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.