Unwanted sounds in video clip

I just recorded a outside interview and there are sounds that I DO NOT want in my clip,(someone had a baby crying in the background, and then a loud truck went by).
If anyone knows how I can remove this and just have the vocal part of my interviewee it would be greatly appreciated.
thank you!

Hmmm...I have 720p DVCPRO HD footage and I am doing what you are and I don't see these extra pixels. I have a VERY clean edge. And this is HVX-200 footage from a P2 card.
Can you show us your footage?
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