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SHOTLIST:SOURCE: WAFB, COURTESY WAFB, EMBARGO BATON ROUGE, SEE RESTRICTIONS SUMMARY BELOW SHOTLISTBAKER, LOUISIANA/DEC. 9, 20121. SOUNDBITE: RENWICK JARVIS/WITNESSED STORM Just heard a big bam. I thought the world was coming to an end ."Tornado just came and just came bouncing from house to house."2. W/S/Pan big tree down3. W/S Damaged homes, debris on cars4. SOUNDBITE: CREY LEE/WITNESSED STORM"I started running as i was running into this ditch right here, i seen stuff flying by my head and the power line, it came and slapped me in the shoulder and twisted me around and I just laid there in the ditch."5. M/S Wrecked carport covering6. W/S Downed powerline7. W/S Person working on damaged roof8.SOUNDBITE: FIRE CHIEF DANNY EDWARDS/BAKER, LOUISIANA FIRE DEPT."Do not touch power lines, do not go around them. Do not, if your power's off, do not try to fool with your breaker, just let us know." 9. SOUNDBITE: MAYOR HAROLD RIDEAU/BAKER, LOUISIANA"I wasn't more than 150 feet from where it actually sat down. It was real scary. Everything was just flying around, tossed around."10. Pan to w/s downed roofing11. W/S Damage outside gas station12. W/S Road, downed treesRESTRICTIONS: COURTESY WAFB, EMBARGO BATON ROUGE. ALL SCRIPTS MUST STATE THE FOLLOWING: "USAGE OF THIS VIDEO MATERIAL IS LIMITED TO THE LESSER OF THE PERIOD OF THE DISPLAY RIGHTS IN YOUR CONTRACT WITH AP OR 60 DAYS."STORYLINE: (FROM WAFB)A suspected tornado touched down in southeast Louisiana Monday (12/10) leaving behind a wide swath of damage and destruction. In Baker, Louisiana -- the town's mayor says he was an eyewitness to the powerful storm -- and says it was definitely a tornado. Strong winds tore the roof off of a car wash and littered the streets around Baker with bricks, tree limbs and other debris. The storm caused some trees to crash onto homes. A number of powerlines were knocked down as well. With the strongest winds now quiet -- the biggest concern from officials is the damage and debris blocking many neighborhood roads. Authorities also urge residents to stay away from downed powerlines. Mayor Harold Rideau says the emergency operations center is open and that crews are working to clear all of the debris.(****END****)