Event Date(s): 09/02/2001 | Description: 09:00:00 MSNBC Weekend Magazine: Surrogate Twins anchored by Stone Phillips. 09:00:31 Preview clips. 09:05:25 Phillips introduces the first segment. 09:05:48 NBC News correspondent Len Cannon reports an NBC"Dateline" package titled"Family Affair." anning shot of silhouetted landscape and housing structure at dusk in the town of Dragignon (ph), France. Overhead panning shot of buildings. Children and adults in native dress participate in folk dance. Wide shot of a grove of olive trees. Bocce ball on ground and close up on an elderly man's face. Close up on a statue of a dragon. Priest lifts up chalice; people stand outdoors and women singing in choir seen. Man with head bowed prays. Statue of an angel with a child seen. In outdoor translated interview 61-year-old artificial insemination recipient Jeanine Salomone (ph) says,"The police and medical authorities are just looking for someone to blame and that someone is me, but I haven't committed any crime." Salomone and Cannon walk outdoors. Exterior of an elementary school where Salomone taught. Indoors Salomone holds old pictures of family members. Salomone says,"I'd always looked after other peoples' children, but I said to myself, `If I find someone I like, I'll get married.' But from that moment on, I couldn't find anyone because I was too old." Salomone seen in kitchen. Downward tilt shot of people walking in village. Tracking shot of parents pushing infants in stroller. French flag waves outdoors in slow-motion. Lab technician looks into microscope and microscopic egg seen. Invitro fertilization equipment is handled. Close up on Salomone's face. Low shot of a large tree in Dragignon. Salomone says,"I said to myself, `If I can't do it in Europe, I'll go to America.' On TV they said it was legal, all you had to do was pay." Wide shot of alley and clothes hanging out to dry seen. Salomone's room mate and brother Robert Salomone walks outdoors as he partially covers face. Close up shot of moon as aircraft streaks across. Low exterior shot of the Pacific Fertility Center in Los Angeles, California. Point of view shot of elevators and elevator doors opening seen. In interview Dr. Vicken Sahakian says,"Every day we have miracles. You know, I remember, just 10 years ago, I used to call nine of ten patients and tell them, `You're not pregnant.' Today, I get pissed if somebody's not pregnant." Sahakian seen in procedure room with equipment. Sahakian talks to receptionist. Sahakian says,"Anybody who's going to do this treatment will have, basically, a health examination, makes sure that she's capable of getting pregnant. Not only getting pregnant, to carry the pregnancy to term without, you know, major complications." Hands holding tubing; monitor and Sahakian walking down hallway. Jeanine walks in kitchen. B&W stop motion footage of a fertilization technician looking into microscope. Dissolved shot on fertilization tools and close up on Jeanine's face seen. Jeanine says,"What I'd been waiting for, for so many years, finally happened. Finally I felt, `Yes! I can have a baby like any other woman, even if I'm a bit older.'" Jeanine walks through rooms. Wide and close up exterior shots of Jeanine and Robert's home seen. Exterior shot of clinic, point of view shot of hallway and Jeanine holding infant seen. Jeanine stands outdoors and holds an infant girl as an elderly woman holds an infant boy child. Cannon reports live on-camera outdoors. Exterior shot of government building. Jeanine feeds bottle to infant. In outdoor translated interview man says,"She should be a grandmother at her age. She should have adopted at 40 or even 50." Jeanine dresses her infant child. Slow-motion shot of Jeanine's brother Robert walking outdoors. In outdoor translated interview woman says,"I'm really stunned. It's revolting that he's her brother. These poor children are going to grow up with all kinds of complexes." says,"People say this is incest. It's not incest. We're just passing down our family's genes. The children are 50 percent my brother and 50 percent someone else I don't even know. What's so wrong with that?" Jeanine's infant child in wash basin. Cannon reports on-camera outdoors in a market in Dragignon, France. Elderly men and women sit outdoors. Rolling exterior shot of Jeanine and Robert's home. Jeanine says,"...there is no family fortune..." People reading magazines and panning shot of magazines seen. Sahakian sits in his Los Angeles office. Cannon and Sahakian walk down hallway. In interview Sahakian says,"There is deception. There is a feeling of, `I've been betrayed, disappointed.' Absolutely. They signed consent that they are married. The consent says that they are a couple--married couple. There is a trust issue here, and there is some ethics that you go to a doctor, you say who you are; you're supposed to be who you are." In interview Pennsylvania University's Paul Ruth Folpey (ph), a specialist in medical ethics, says,"The United States is the wild, wild west of reproductive technologies...Doctors today make up the rules themselves about what reproductive technologies they will offer. But I think we have gotten to the point where it's not going to work anymore." Brief shots of Folpey sitting at desk, microscope and print out of an embryo seen. Wide and closer shots of people walking in Dragignon, France. Folpey says,"The reason this case has raised so much attention is because it has a very high yuck factor. People don't want brothers and sisters reproducing together even if it is asexual and even if it isn't the sister's egg being fertilized." Jeanine changes her infant's clothing. Jeanine and an elderly woman hold infants outdoors. Exterior shot of Jeanine's home as camera zooms in on balcony. Low exterior shot of a French Justice Department building. Jeanine says there are judges that want to take away her children to prevent women like her from reproducing. Close up on Petri dish dissolved with shot of French Justice Department building. Obscured shot of Robert in room with Jeanine. Obscured exterior shot of Jeanine and Robert's home. Still of Jeanine and Robert (shown to have a disfigured face from a suicide attempt) seen. Cannon reports on-camera outdoors. Jeanine walks along beach with baby carrier. Panning shot of Jeanine and her infant. Jeanine says,"What do we live for? We live to have children and to have someone close to us that symbolizes the future, hope, renewal, joy and even pain." Jeanine holds her infant outdoors. 09:15:04 Phillips updates the story. 09:16:17 Phillips introduces the next story. 09:16:37 NBC News correspondent John Larson reports an NBC"Dateline" package titled"Pillow Talk." Low angle shot of disco ball lights seen inside the Cadillac Ranch. Lights flashing on dance floor and low angle shot of people dancing on dance floor seen. Exterior shot of the Cadillac Ranch and sign atop building seen at night in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Still of Peter Wallis and Kellie Smith, who met at the Cadillac Ranch, seen. Various shots of people dancing on dance floor inside the Cadillac Ranch seen. Grainy video clips of people dancing seen. Disco ball lights seen. Grainy low level shot of people dancing seen. In interview John Larson (not seen) asks if Peter was a good dancer. Kellie Smith, laughing, says"I think a few lessons would have done us both well." in interview Peter Wallis says that he loved Kellie. Cacti seen in New Mexico desert. Still of Peter and Kellie seen. Beauty shot of cactus and desert seen. Low angle shot of man underneath the disco ball lights inside the Cadillac Ranch seen. Still off Kellie and Peter (reducing in size) and fading out seen. Band playing Mexican music inside Cadillac Ranch seen. Panning shot of Valentine's Day cards to John Larson reporting on camera seen. In interview with Larson, Peter, who is suing his former girlfriend her for fraud, says she guaranteed me that she would take the (birth control) pills, says he would have been born yesterday to think that this (Kellie getting pregnant) is an accident, says Kellie is a fraud and a liar. Close up of lawsuit superimposed on low angle shot of the United States flag seen. Exterior shot of courthouse seen. Courthouse sign on glass door and low angle, exterior shot of courthouse seen. In interview legal correspondent Dan Abrams says,"There's a pretty bright line now which says if you're the father, you pay for bringing up that child. It doesn't matter how the child ended up being conceived. If Peter Wallis wins this case, that could change everything." Peter standing outdoors on a deck seen. Still of Peter and Kellie seen. Peter says he would love to talk about Kellie, but he has a court case, says he has reason to believe that she just didn't forget to take the pills, says he thinks that he shouldn't just go off a hunch and accuse somebody on just a hunch, says he has more than a hunch. Peter walking outdoors seen. Peter walks up steps as seen through space between steps. In interview Peter says that if he didn't bring this case maybe years from now he would meet somebody that was a victim of contraception fraud and he might have been able to stop that. Insert graphic of lawsuit and graphic excerpt"Breach of Contract","Oral" seen. In interview, Peter says"I was horrified to learn that I was put in a position where I was going to be a father against my consent." Panning close up of lawsuit seen. Graphic of lawsuit and graphic excerpt"acquiring and misusing" seen. Close up of Peter seen. In interview Kellie's lawyer Mary Hanwho is defending Kellie for free, says Kellie is being charged with theft of sperm. Han sitting behind her desk seen. Panning shot from Han's face to Han writing on notepad seen. In interview Han says Peter, in his lawsuit, is arguing that Kellie stole his semen. Han says she has never heard of a case of sperm stealing. In interview with Larson, Kellie says she is most ticked off about the lawsuit is that he (Peter) was blaming her for everything, that he has no responsibilities, says they both had intercourse and adds that she wasn't laying there alone. Low angle shot of tree branches seen. Kellie seen sitting outdoors on bench underneath tree. In interview Kellie says she couldn't believe the fraud charges against her, says she thought that Peter had gone nuts. Kellie says that she didn't want to get pregnant and adds that she didn't get pregnant on purpose. Larson seen. Close up of birth control pills inside a dispenser seen. Larson tells Kellie that the pill is supposed to be reliable and asks her how she got pregnant. Kellie says that the pills failed her. Finger pushing number on telephone keypad seen. Peter, who asked Kellie to get an abortion after he found out that she was pregnant, speaks on telephone. Peter sitting at table and speaking on telephone seen. In interview Kellie says Peter asked her to marry him after she told him that she was not going to have an abortion, says Peter didn't get down on one knee and adds there were no flowers. Kellie says Peter had a note pad. Camera pans from open book in hand to Peter's face. Graphic of Peter's marriage contract seen. Graphic excerpts"General Rights& Obligations","love& respect","cleaning house","decoration","Wife's specific rights& obligations","Husband's specific rights& obligations","repairs" seen. In interview Peter says he offered to marry Kellie. Larson tells Peter that he had seen the offer, says his offer looked more like a rental agreement than a love letter. Peter says that when he wrote the letter he had thought that he had been defrauded at the time. Kellie seen walking outdoors near building. In interview Kellie says there was no way that she was going to marry Peter with a contract hanging over her head. Television set showing Macys Thanksgiving Days Parade seen. Still of Kellie holding up a baby's outfit seen. In interview Kellie says"I went through this entire pregnancy by myself. It was hard. Here I am pregnant. I had my parents, I had my family, but I didn't have any emotional support by someone who I thought loved me." Larson tells Peter that the lawsuit is incredibly sad, says here's a woman who gets pregnant by somebody who's now suing her for it. Peter says he agrees and that he would be truly sorry for his actions if the pregnancy was a mistake. Peter, sitting at a table, rips pages out of a binder. Graphic of letters that Peter wrote to Kellie after the baby's birth seen. Graphic excerpt from letter"betrayal of my trust","rape" and"slavery" seen. Larson reads an excerpt from Peter's letter. Peter seen. Peter says he doesn't not have a wife, is not engage or have a girlfriend and adds he can find one. In interview Kellie says that Peter's proposal to give up her child is ridiculous, says she would never give up her child. Kellie walks outdoors. Peter sits at kitchen table and speaks on telephone. Mobile, changing table and small crib seen inside baby's room. In interview Peter says he loves the child now. Larson asks Peter what the child's favorite toy is. Peter says that he hasn;t actually bought anything for the child yet and adds that guys aren't supposed to buy presents. In interview Kellie says her daughter is beautiful and the light of her life. Kellie sits on swing with her daughter Taylor Rae Smith. Close up of Kellie kissing her daughter's forehead seen. Kellie walks outdoors with her parents and her daughter. Kellie's mother seen. Low angle shot of Bernalillo County Court House seen. Abrams says the case may sound strange but it is important leagally. Separate shots of Peter and Kellie standing outdoors. Close up on judge's gavel on bench. Dissolved shot of a courthouse engraving and American and New Mexican flags. Peter walks outdoors. Kellie says she is afraid her daughter will find out about the case and that her father did not want her. Peter says that he and Kellie had an understanding that they did not want to make children together. In interview and part vo, Kellie says there was no agreement and that it did happen, says they have to do everything to protect her and to take care of her. Rear shot of Taylor sitting on grass seen. 09:31:56 Phillips introduces the next segment. 09:32:20 NBC News correspondent Lea Thompson report an NBC"Dateline" package titled"Consumer Alert: Child's Play." Layered shots of emergency lights flashing and still of rescue workers at scene of an accident along side of the road seen. In interview parent John Osika says that everybody tells you life can change on a dime, blink your eyes and something happens and that you always think,"It's not me, it'll never be me." Osika says that he always thought that way, and that he was wrong. Insert still of Osika with his wife Jenny Osika and four children seen. Close up still of the children and still of Jenny seen. Rolling shot of road outside Buffalo, New York seen. Camera pulls back on photo of the children, six-year-old daughter Beth, six-month-old Eric, 2-year-old J.J. and one-year-old Madeline. Hand holds marker and draws diagram of street intersection. Osika sits with Dateline NBC's Lea Thompson and draws diagram. Rolling shot of road, street intersection and Stop sign seen. Still of damaged vehicle seen. In interview Osika, getting emotional, says that he was told that two people in the vehicle were being taken to Strong Hospital in Rochester which is a major trauma unit and that his life stopped right there. Zooming shot to still of the damaged vehicle seen. Finger points to photo of crash site. Osika shows photo to Thompson. Hand holds photos of crash site and damaged vehicle. Close up still of the damaged sports utility vehicle that Jenny Osika was driving seen. Still of six-year old Beth Osika sitting on the beach seen. In interview Osika says that on his way home they had to drive right through the accident site, says that as they drove through he had to stop right by where it all happened, and says that he dropped to the knees and prayed. Camera zooms in on photo of two-year old J.J. J.J. sits on the couch and holds a toy. In interview Osika says that J.J., who was closest to the impact, has a half-inch scar on his forehead and that he has no other mark on him. Osika says that J.J. and the other two babies had no major cuts or injuries, says that if his other children were not buckled in properly they would not be here. Overhead shot of Osika and the children playing on a swing set in yard seen. In interview pediatrician Dr. Dennis Durbin says that it's really the leading public health problem facing kids in this country. In interview pediatrician Dr. Flaura Winston says that this is what's going to kill your child. Camera pulls back on sign"Trauma& Resuscitation" above doorway and widens to Durbin and Winston walking along hospital corridor. In interview Winston says that if you look at this in terms of the nation, that's over 1.3 million children are in car crashes a year and 15 percent of them are injured. Layered shots of ambulances and exterior of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia seen at night in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Medic wheels gurney from back of the ambulance. Computer animation of head-on crashes and insert computer animation of children sitting inside vehicle seen. Close up photo of damaged vehicle seen. In vo, Winston says that the driver had her four-year-old in the right front seat. Close up of finger pointing to damaged car. In interview with Thompson, Winston says that it was a devastating crash and that the child was brought to the hospital unconscious. Zooming shot to rescue workers carrying injured child on backboard to helicopter seen. Damaged car and parts of a car seat on the ground next to the damaged car seen. (Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Video) Slow motion shot and normal speed shot of crash test being performed at the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety in Ruckersville, Virginia. Rear shot of woman walking inside testing garage seen. Crash test dummies seen inside vehicle. A dummy the size of a three-year-old in the front seat of a minivan looking back at a dummy the size of a six-year-old in the back seat seen. Slow motion shot of crash test and the two dummies being launched into the dashboard and bouncing off the windshield seen. Side shot of crash test seen. In crash test, dummies seen in back of a pickup truck. Pickup truck maneuvers a turn and the dummies falling out of the truck seen. Slow motion shots of crash test showing small dummy sitting on lap, dummy's head being elbowed and head striking the dashboard seen. Durbin points to x-ray film of the head on light board. Durbin says that there was a large fracture on the child's skull. Hand places MRI film on light board. Dissolve shots of oxygen pump and cardiac monitor seen. In interview Durbin says that unfortunately, children tend not to often recover from head injuries as well as they recover from injuries to other parts of their body. Medical helicopter in flight seen. Emergency rescue team stands near crash site. Emergency vehicles on road at crash site seen. Overturned vehicle in highway seen. At night, rescue workers carry covered body to stretcher. Maryland State Trooper Rob Moroney (ph) sits in driver's seat. In vo, Moroney says that you don't take chances with your children. Moroney's reflection seen in rear view mirror. Moroney tells female driver that the child has to be in a safety seat. Thompson sits in passenger seat inside police car with Moroney. Pickup truck stops in the street. Moroney points out a vehicle to Thompson. Camera pulls back to child sitting in the back seat of a pickup truck and widens to Moroney speaking to the driver. Moroney tells female driver that it's very dangerous for the child to be loose in the car. Moroney questions man about child inside the vehicle. Moroney speaking to man, two small children sitting in the front seat and little girl sitting in the back seat seen. Driver tells Moroney that he has been warned before. Moroney hands man a ticket. Woman removes a car seat from box as she speaks to a little girl and woman. In interview with Thompson inside police car, Moroney says that there's no excuse for a family to say that they couldn't afford a car seat, says that there are programs for people who can't afford them to help them get a car seat for their child. Thompson asks a female driver why the child is not in a safety seat. Thompson introduces herself to male driver and asks why the children are not wearing their seatbelts. Man tells Thompson that the seatbelts are broken. Moroney tells driver that the best place for a child is to be in the middle. Smiling infant in car seat seen. Moroney tells woman that she has the wrong type of car seat for the child and that she has to get something better. Zooming shot to infant sitting in car seat seen. Thompson reports outdoors on camera. In interview Winston says that the first time she installed a car seat she didn't do it right, says that the car seat wasn't in tight. At a child seat safety checkpoint in Montgomery County, Maryland woman tells child that she's going to check his car seat. Safety expert inspects car seat inside vehicle. Safety expert removes booster seat from vehicle. Panning shot of safety checkpoints seen. A car pulls into a tent at the checkpoint. Two men inspect the car seat inside vehicle. Unidentified safety expert, inspecting the car seat, says that they don't want to see it move more than an inch in any direction. Man removes a car seat from vehicle and asks woman if she has been in any crashes with the car seat. Older woman carries a little girl. Safety expert checks recalled car seats. Female safety expert tells woman that the car seat is too big for the convertible. Woman picks up a child. Camera pulls back on infant sitting in car seat and widens to Durbin and Thompson standing next to vehicle. Durbin's child seen sitting in car seat inside vehicle. In interview Durbin says that infants under age one, sit rear facing until they are at least a year old and 20 pounds in weight. Toddler child sitting in child safety seat seen. Durbin says that by the time the child has reached both a year old and 20 pounds the child can sit in a forward-facing, convertible child safety seat and that step number one is to make sure the seat is in tightly. Close up of hand under the harness strap seen. Insert State Farm Insurance logo over layered shots of medics rushing injured child to ambulance, of damaged vehicle involved in a crash, and State Farm Insurance report seen. Durbin says that they had virtually no children in their study at his daughter's age that were properly placed in belt-positioning booster seats. Child sitting in back seat of the car seen. Woman places a car seat in back of vehicle. Booster seats seen inside vehicle. Durbin demonstrates what a booster seat does. Durbin points to area of the booster seat and explains. Durbin's daughter sitting in booster seat seen. Durbin's daughter demonstrates improperly placed safety belts. Winston and Thompson look at computer monitor. Computer animation of child properly restrained child using a booster seat (on top) and of child wearing just a lap belt (on the bottom) seen. Durbin's daughter leaning forward inside vehicle seen. Durbin explains Seatbelt Syndrome to Thompson. Close up of Moroney seen. Moroney writes a ticket. Child pulls on seat belt. Moroney and Thompson stand next to vehicle. Female driver says that it comes to a point where it is kind of uncomfortable for them and that they want a little bit more freedom. Moroney speaks to woman inside her vehicle. In interview inside his police car, Moroney says that they pretty good about making sure they're in a safety seat from the time they're an infant up until they're 40 pounds or four years old and that parents need to continue that right into a booster seat. Osika swings his child on swing. Layered shot of Osika's daughter Beth, who was killed in a crash, and still of Osika's damaged vehicle at crash site seen. In interview Osika says that he was not aware at the time that his daughter Beth should have been sitting in a booster seat and says that they went by what the standards were. Vehicles drive on the road and insert newspaper headline"Girl, 5 dies at of injuries from Gainesville crash" fades to still of Beth Osika. In interview Osika says that there's always another step parents can go, says that there's always another step in everything people do in life, but as far as your children's safety, parents always need to find out what's current. Graphic header"Required Car Seats to Age 4" over graphic map of the United States highlighting states that require car seat up to age 4, states (Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Wyoming, South Dakota, Nebraska, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and Vermont) that require car seats up to age 5 and states (California and Washington State) that require car seats after age 5 seen. Durbin's daughter wears adult safety belts. Durbin's daughter sitting in booster seat seen. In interview inside his police car, Moroney says that there are a lot of cases of tough love involved with children and safety seats. In interview Winston says that the key is that parents think they are not going to be in a crash and that if they are in a crash, no one's going to get hurt and that's wrong and not true. Close up of hand flipping through photos of crash scene seen. In part vo, Osika says that he wishes he could give somebody the opportunity to look through his eyes, says that he'd gladly share a moment of it and says that if it saves a child's life, he'd do it over and over again. 09:46:17 Phillips updates the story. 09:52:41 Phillips introduces the last segment. 09:52:56 NBC News correspondent Rob Stafford reports an NBC"Dateline" package titled"Labor Day." Close up of a reel machine with audio of a 911 emergency call seen. A decibel meter with the needle moving with captions from the 911 call seen. Close up of a reel machine seen. Panning shot of a reel machine with captions from the 911 call seen. Close up of a microphone seen. Police dispatcher Traci Larson seen. Close up of Larson seen. Panning shot of a blue screen reading 911 seen. Zoom in shot of a house seen. Panning shot of son of the woman on the 911 call Nick Kulhawick doing his homework. Close up of Nick doing homework seen. Close up of a reel machine with captions of Nick speaking on the 911 call seen. In interview Larson says she was not reluctant to put the responsibility of delivering a child to an eight year old boy because it was something that had to be done for his mom's sake, for the baby's sake and for everybody's sake. In Belding, Michigan wide shot of a building seen. Zoom in shot of a sign reading"Belding" seen. Three young people with back to the camera walk. A man walks beside the town's two ambulances. Larson looks at a monitor and pushes a button on a panel. Close up of automobiles stuck in traffic seen. A police officer waves traffic ahead. Panning shot of a motorist inside an automobile seen. Larson with back to the camera talks through the microphone. Larson says she had both ambulances going to Nick's house, both the officers she had on were going out there and the fire department. Close up of a police officer driving a police car seen. Close up an ambulance pulling out of a garage seen. Point of view shot of a motorist on a highway seen. Belding resident Karrie Kulhawick seen. Point of view shot of an automobile driving on a residential road seen. Zoom in shot of an alarm clock reading"5:30" seen. In interview Kulhawick says at about 5:30 she just started getting some cramps nothing major, she called her husband and he was shopping and he said he would be home soon. Karrie and Nick Kulhawick seen. Point of view shot of the bathroom in the Kulhawick home seen. Kulhawick says she felt she was in trouble when she felt her daughter's head down there, she called Nick into the bathroom and told him to call 911 and tell them that your mom is having a baby. Nick says he said oh my God my mom's having a baby. Panning shot of Larson pushing a button on the panel and typing on a keyboard(faces unseen). Panning shot of Larson in a dispatch center seen. Larson talks through the microphone. Point of view shot of an ambulance driving in another direction seen. Panning shot of a dispatcher's control panel seen. Close up of Larson with back to the camera seen. Zoom in shot of Larson seen. Panning shot of a reel machine with audio and captions of Kulhawick's 911 telephone call seen. Zoom in shot of a house seen. Nick says he ran over from his house, went over to their house, sat there pounding on the door and no answer. Kulhawick says she was not ready for her to come out, she did everything she could to try and stop, there was just no stopping her at all. Zoom in shot of an alarm clock seen. Close up of an ambulance driver pushing a button on a display(faces unseen). Point of view shot of a motorist driving on a road seen. Panning shot of a country road seen. Close up of Nick doing his homework seen. Split screen of Nick and Larsen seen. Panning shot of a reel machine with audio and captions of Larson talking to Nick during the 911 call seen. Larson says she told Nick he just needs to do everything she tells him and I told him he needed to get some towels, a blanket and a shoestring. Close up of a shoelace seen. Larson says Nick said he couldn't do it and she said yes he can, she's there and she was going to guide him through it every step of the way. Panning shot of towels seen. Close up of a decibel meter with the needle moving and audio with captions of Nick talking to Larson during the 911 call seen. Nick says his sister looked ugly when she came out. It was a scary sight. Zoom in shot of the back porch of a house seen. Paramedics step inside an ambulance with a patient. A speeding ambulance drives on a city street. Close up of baby Hannah Kulhawick seen. Panning shot of Hannah seen. Time lapse shot of a clock moving from 6:40 to 6:55 seen. Larsen says she asked how Nick was doing and Karrie said good, he is a proud big brother and he has every reason to be, he did an excellent job. Larson says she saw a picture of Hannah in the paper, she saved all the newspaper clippings but just a picture in the paper. Larson and her children walks to the Kulhawick home. Point of view shot of Larson and her children walking into the Kulhawick home seen. Larson looks at Hannah being held by Karrie. Larson picks up Hannah. Wide shot of Larson holding Hannah seen. Close up of Larson holding Hannah seen. Close up of Hannah seen. Panning shot of Hannah and Karrie seen. Karrie says Hannah looked wonderful and perfect when she first held her. Karrie says she will tell Hannah that she is very lucky to have a brother like Nick and that there was no stopping her, hopefully she has that determination throughout life. Close up of Nick and Hannah seen. Close up of Hannah seen. 09:58:27 Phillips closes the program. Graphic plug for weekendmagazine.msnbc.com. 09:58:50 MSNBC Live Update anchored by Amy Atkins.