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Sunday, 19 February 2012

AUDIO TAPE TEST # TWENTY TWO “EXPLOSION”

AUDIO TAPE TEST # TWENTY TWO
 “EXPLOSION
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AUDIO TAPE TEST # TWENTY TWOEXPLOSION
You will hear an audio script concerning a mission-related topic. This script will be followed by a conversation between two persons. This conversation will relate to the script, you will hear the tape only once. You will make notes of the script and of the conversation and from these notes you will have been instructed either to answer 10 (ten) questions or complete a written report of the incident. Good Luck.
PAUSE
On 6 May 2003 at 11.30 hrs the duty officer of the UNMIK police station number 5 received an anonymous phone call that a bomb would be placed on the railroad between 6 and 7 May. The caller did not reveal his identity and put the receiver on the phone.

The duty officer immediately brought this information to the knowledge of the UNMIK Station Commander.

The Station Commander decided to hold a meeting with his deputy and shift leaders. The meeting started 6 of May at 12.45 hrs. The members of the meeting agreed, that the railroad stretches in the area of their responsibility up to 85 kilometers with 4 villages, 5 train stations, and 9 bridges. 3 Bridges were over motorway and 6 over rivers. The station commander had 55 police officers at the police station and knew that this strength was not enough to provide security to the rail road, to the train, passengers and constructions on this railroad.

At 14.00 hrs the Station Commander called Regional commander and informed him about his concerns. The Regional Commander declared an emergency situation in the region from 15.00 hrs 6 May until 09.00 hrs 8 of May 2003.

On 6, 7 and morning 8 of May the police were extremely busy checking the railroad, railway stations and bridges. On 8 of May 2003 at 09.00 hrs when all police units reported, that no bomb threat was observed the emergency situation was called off.

On 10-th of May at 02.35 hrs a man rushed into the police station number 5. He appeared to be a 47 year old, gray haired slim built taxi driver, license plates number 359 KS 476 and stated, that at 02.00 he saw, that the bridge over motorway at grid reference 896- 496 was blown up. The duty officer called the railway station to stop the passenger train from going towards the bridge. But it was too late and the train was already on its way. The duty officer immediately sent a police car with police patrol to stop the train. There was one railroad crossing 5 km before the bridge at grid 873-485. The police patrol was on time and managed to stop the train at 03.10 hrs. Neither passengers, nor engineers of the train were injured.

The UNMIK Station Commander with two police patrol teams, forensic group and the bomb-clearing unit arrived to the blown bridge at 03.45 hrs.

The bomb-clearing unit found large blood spots on the bridge and stated, that the criminals must have been severely injured by the explosion. The police patrols made a search around the area of the bridge and found two dead mail bodies lying 15 meters from the bridge in the bushes. They were dressed in camouflage, both about 30-35 years old, 175-180 cm tall, with short black hair. No documents were found. The bodies were taken to the morgue for postmortem examination.

The fingerprints made by the forensic helped to identify two criminals, which were under the federal search since 1999. The case is under investigation.
The following conversation is the dialogue between the Police Regional Commander and the Station Commander.
                                                          DIALOGUE
Regional Commander: Good morning. Thank you for coming. I asked you to come to put details of this incident together. Please, tell me what happened on 6 of May in the morning.
Station Commander: The duty officer of the Police station number 5 received a telephone call on 6 of May 2003 at 11.30 hrs that a bomb would be placed on the railroad between 6 and 7 of May.

Regional Commander: Did the caller identify himself?
Station Commander: No, it was an anonymous phone call.

Regional Commander: What did you do then?
Station Commander: I decided to hold a meeting with my deputy and shift leaders.


Regional Commander: What time did you start the meeting?

Station Commander: The meeting started on 6 of May at 12.45 hrs.

Regional Commander: What was the subject of the meeting?
Station Commander: We agreed, that the railroad stretches in the area of our responsibility up to 85 kilometers with 4 villages, 5 train stations, and 9 bridges.

Regional Commander: Please, characterize these bridges.
Station Commander3 Bridges over motorway and 6 over different rivers.

Regional Commander: How many police officers did you have at your police station when you came to know about anonymous phone call?
Station Commander:  I had 55 police officers. This strength was not enough to provide security to the railroad, to the train, passengers and constructions on the railroad.

Regional Commander: Did you call regional headquarters about it?
Station Commander: When the meeting was over. At 14.00 hrs., I called your office and informed you about my concerns. The emergency situation was declared in the region from 15.00 hrs 6 May until 09.00 hrs 8 of May 2003.

Regional Commander: Did the police find anything strange these days?
Station Commander: On 6, 7 and morning 8 of May the police were extremely busy checking the railroad, railway stations and bridges. On 8 of May 2003 at 09.00 hrs when all police units reported, that no bomb threat was observed the emergency situation was called off.

Regional Commander: Now please tell me, when and how did you learn about the explosion?
Station Commander: On 10-th of May at 02.35 hrs a man rushed into the police station. He appeared to be a 47 year old, gray haired slim built taxi driver, his taxi had license plates number 359 KS 476 and stated, that at 02.00 hrs. he saw, that the bridge over motorway was blown up.

Regional Commander: Please, show me the location of this bridge on the map.
Station Commander: It is at grid reference 896- 496

Regional commander: How did you manage to prevent the passenger train from crossing the bridge after the explosion?
Station commander: The duty officer called the railway station to stop the passenger train from going towards the bridge. But it was too late and the train was already on its way. Then he sent a police car with police patrol to stop the train.

Regional Commander: What time and where did the police stop the train?
Station Commander: There was one railroad crossing 5 km before the bridge at grid 873-485. The police patrol was on time and managed to stop the train at 03.10 hrs.

Regional Commander: Was anybody injured?
Station Commander: Hopefully neither passengers, nor engineers of the train were injured.

Regional Commander: Have you been at the scene yourself?
Station Commander: I, myself with two police patrol teams; forensic group and the bomb-clearing unit arrived at the blown bridge at 03.45 hrs.

Regional Commander: What did you find at the scene?
Station Commander: The bomb-clearing unit found large blood spots on the bridge and stated, that the criminals must have been severely injured by the explosion. The police patrols made a search around the area of the bridge and found two dead mail bodies lying 15 meters from the bridge in the bushes.

Regional Commander: Please, describe these bodies.
Station Commander: They were dressed in camouflage, both about 30-35 years old, slim built, between 175-180 cm tall, with short black hair. No documents were found

Regional Commander: Did you identify the bodies?
Station Commander: The bodies were taken to the morgue for postmortem examination.
The fingerprints made by the forensic helped to identify two criminals, which were under the federal search since 1999.

Regional Commander: What is the status of the case?
Station Commander: Still under investigation.

Regional Commander: Thank you for your briefing. Good-bye.
Station Commander: Good-bye.
LISTENING COMPREHENSION
AUDIO TAPE TEST # 22, QUESTION PAPER “A”
EXPLOSION
Family Name: …………………First name: ……………….……. CP #:……………….........
Country:…………………..…… Date:……...……………………………………………......

Q1:      What time and date did the duty officer receive a telephone call?
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Q2:      What did the caller say to the duty officer?
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Q3:      What was the length of the railroad in the area of responsibility of police station # 5?
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Q4:      How many bridges were over rivers?
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Q5:      What date and time the emergency situation was called off?
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Q6:      What was the occupation of the witness?
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Q7:     At what time and at what grid reference did the police patrol manage to stop the train?
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Q8:      Why did the bomb-clearing unit come to a conclusion, that the criminals must have been severely injured by the explosion?
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Q9:      How many passengers and engineers of the train were injured?
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Q10:    What were the criminals dressed in?
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SCORE:
/10
PERCENTAGE:
100%
TESTER NAME






TESTER  CP


LISTENING COMPREHENSION
AUDIO TAPE TEST # 22, QUESTION PAPER “B”
EXPLOSION
Family Name: …………………First name: ……………….……. CP #:………………...........
Country:…………………..…… Date:……...…………………………………….......………

Q1:      What did the caller say to the duty officer?
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Q2:      How many bridges were over rivers?
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Q3:      What was the occupation of the witness?
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Q4:      Why did the bomb-clearing unit come to a conclusion, that the criminals must have been severely injured by the explosion?
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Q5:      What time and date did the duty officer receive a telephone call?
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Q6:      What was the length of the railroad in the area of responsibility of police station #5?
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Q7:      What date and time the emergency situation was called off?
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Q8:      What were the criminals dressed in?
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Q9:      At what time and at what grid reference did the police patrol manage to stop the train?
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Q10:    How many passengers and engineers of the train were injured?
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SCORE:
/10
PERCENTAGE:
100%
TESTER NAME






TESTER  CP


LISTENING COMPREHENSION
AUDIO TAPE TEST # 22, QUESTION PAPER “C”
EXPLOSION
Family Name: …………………First name: ……………….……. CP #:………………..
Country:…………………..…… Date:……...……………………………………………

Q1:      What was the length of the railroad in the area of responsibility of police station #5?
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Q2:     What time and date did the duty officer receive a telephone call?
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Q3:      What did the caller say to the duty officer?
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Q4:      What was the occupation of the witness?
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Q5:      What were the criminals dressed in?
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Q6:      At what time and at what grid reference did the police patrol manage to stop the train?
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Q7:      How many bridges were over rivers?
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Q8:      How many passengers and engineers of the train were injured?
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Q9:      Why did the bomb-clearing unit come to a conclusion, that the criminals must have been severely injured by the explosion?
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Q10: What date and time the emergency situation was called off?  
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SCORE:
/10
PERCENTAGE:
100%
TESTER NAME






TESTER  CP


LISTENING COMPREHENSION
ANSWERS: AUDIO TAPE TEST # 22, PAPER “A”
EXPLOSION

Q1:      What time and date did the duty officer receive a telephone call?
              On 6 May 2003 at 11.30 hrs
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Q2:      What did the caller say to the duty officer?
             A bomb would be placed on the railroad between 6 and 7 May
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Q3:      What was the length of the railroad in the area of responsibility of police station # 5?
            85 km.
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Q4:      How many bridges were over rivers?
         6 (SIX)
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Q5:      What date and time the emergency situation was called off?
         On 8 of May 2003 at 09.00 hrs.
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Q6:      What was the occupation of the witness?
         Taxi driver.
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Q7:     At what time and at what grid reference did the police patrol manage to stop the train?
          At 03.10 hrs. Grid 873-485
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Q8:      Why did the bomb-clearing unit come to a conclusion, that the criminals must have been severely injured by the explosion?
             The bomb-clearing unit found large blood spots on the bridge.
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Q9:      How many passengers and engineers of the train were injured?
         None.
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Q10:    What were the criminals dressed in?
         Camouflage.
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LISTENING COMPREHENSION
ANSWERS: AUDIO TAPE TEST # 22, PAPER “B”
EXPLOSION

Q1:      What did the caller say to the duty officer?
         A bomb would be placed on the railroad between 6 and 7 May
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Q2:      How many bridges were over rivers?
            6 (SIX)
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Q3:      What was the occupation of the witness?
        Taxi driver.
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Q4:      Why did the bomb-clearing unit come to a conclusion, that the criminals must have been severely injured by the explosion?
         The bomb-clearing unit found large blood spots on the bridge.
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Q5:      What time and date did the duty officer receive a telephone call?
        On 6 May 2003 at 11.30 hrs
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Q6:      What was the length of the railroad in the area of responsibility of police station #5?
         85 km
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Q7:      What date and time the emergency situation was called off?
         On 8 of May 2003 at 09.00 hrs.
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Q8:      What were the criminals dressed in?
         Camouflage.
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Q9:      At what time and at what grid reference did the police patrol manage to stop the train?
        At 03.10 hrs. Grid 873-485
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Q10:    How many passengers and engineers of the train were injured?
        None.
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LISTENING COMPREHENSION
ANSWERS: AUDIO TAPE TEST # 22, PAPER “C”
EXPLOSION

Q1:      What was the length of the railroad in the area of responsibility of police station #5?
         85 km
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Q2:     What time and date did the duty officer receive a telephone call?
          On 6 May 2003 at 11.30 hrs
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Q3:      What did the caller say to the duty officer?
           A bomb would be placed on the railroad between 6 and 7 May.
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Q4:      What was the occupation of the witness?
         Taxi driver.
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Q5:      What were the criminals dressed in?
         Camouflage.
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Q6:      At what time and at what grid reference did the police patrol manage to stop the train?
        At 03.10 hrs. Grid 873-485
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Q7:      How many bridges were over rivers?
            6 (SIX)
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Q8:      How many passengers and engineers of the train were injured?
           None.
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Q9:      Why did the bomb-clearing unit come to a conclusion, that the criminals must have been severely injured by the explosion?
         The bomb-clearing unit found large blood spots on the bridge.
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Q10:    What date and time the emergency situation was called off?
         On 8 of May 2003 at 09.00 hrs.
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LISTENING COMPREHENSION
AUDIO TAPE TEST # 22 “EXPLOSION
KEY EXPRESSIONS:

1.When the police received information: 6 May 2003 at 11.00
2.Type of incident. Explosion.
3.Police strength. 55 police officers
5.Area of responsibility: 85 km, 4 villages, 5 train stations, 9 bridges. 3 Bridges over motorway and 6 over rivers
6.Status in the region: Emergency situation from 15.00 hrs 6 May until 09.00 hrs 8 of May 2003.
7.Preliminary action, taken by the police: On 6, 7 and morning 8 of May the police were checking the railroad, railway stations and bridges.
8.Date, time and location of the explosion. 10.05.03, 02.00hrs. Bridge over motorway                                  GRID 896- 496  
9.Reporting time about explosion: 10.05.03. 02.35 hrs. 
10.Witness: 47 year old, gray haired slim built taxi driver, license plates number 359 KS 476.
11.Action taken by the duty officer after the explosion: Called the railway station to stop the passenger train from going towards the bridge. Sent a police car with police patrol to stop the train.
12.Result: The police patrol managed to stop the train at 03.10 hrs. at road crossing 5 km before the bridge at grid 873-485.
13.Injuries: Neither passengers, nor engineers of the train were injured
14.Time and who responded to the scene: Station Commander, two police patrol teams, forensic group and the bomb-clearing unit arrived to the blown bridge at 03.45 hrs.
15.Conclusion made by bomb-clearing unit. Found large blood spots on the bridge and stated, that the criminals must have been severely injured by the explosion.
16.Results of the search of the area: Two dead mail bodies 15 meters from the bridge in the bushes
17.Description of the bodies: Camouflage, 30-35 years old, 175-180 cm tall, short black hair
18.Documents: No documents were found.
19.Results of the forensic examination: Fingerprints made by the forensic helped to identify two criminals, which were under the federal search since 1999.
20.Status of the case. Under investigation.

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