OKLAHOMA STORM DAMAGE
FOOTAGE OF STORM DAMAGE / MOS WITH RESIDENTS OF DAMAGED HOMES AND TOWNS Storms continue across eastern Oklahoma ahead of a cold front moving southeast across the state. The most significant activity is located in southeast Oklahoma where a tornado threat will continue during the night time hours. The cold front will exit Oklahoma by Friday morning. Very strong winds are expected behind the cold front on Friday. Atoka County Emergency Management reports a tornado hit the town of Tushka, south of Atoka. Injuries are reported. The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner reports one fatality attributed to the tornado. Damage assessments are underway. The Oklahoma Department of Transportation reports US-69 northbound at Tushka is closed temporarily due to semi rigs and trees that are scattered on the highway. OEM staff have been deployed to the scene to assist local officials. Hominy Emergency Management reports damage 4 miles north of the city of Hominy. About a dozen power poles are down along with tree limbs. Damage reported to commercial structures, including roof damage. Pontotoc County Emergency Management reports power lines, tree limbs down in the Allen and Stonewall areas. Additional damage south of Stonewall toward Fittstown where one trailer had its roof blown off and three homes lost roofs. Also a tree fell on a car. Softball size hail reported west of Hickory. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports a possible tornado hit a mobile home park in the Madill area. No injuries reported. POWER OUTAGES Oklahoma Corporation Commission reports 3,326 power outages due to the storm including 698 OG&E outages in the Fittstown, Enid and Sapulpa areas and 2,628 PSO outages in the Pushmataha, Atoka and Tulsa county areas.
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Kennedys at their Atoka home JFK feeds a very hungry horse
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US: Cold Front Brings Heavy Rains And Gusty Winds To Memphis And Surrounding Areas
A cold front moved across Tennessee on Thursday, February 17, bringing strong winds, heavy rains, and flooding in some parts of Middle Tennessee. The National Weather Service issued a Tornado Watch for Memphis and surrounding areas. Video Location: Atoka, Tipton County, Tennessee, US (Footage by @Huntermay01/Spectee via Getty Images UGC)
Large Hail Pelts Oklahoma's Southeast Amid Tornado Warning
Hail pelted parts of Oklahoma's southeast as severe weather lashed the Sooner State on April 11. This footage by Chad Casey shows large hail stones falling in Atoka, where the National Weather Service warned of https://twitter.com/NWSNorman/status/1513650996702072832 severe thunderstorms and https://twitter.com/NWSNorman/status/1513670360293650433 tornadoes . (Footage by Chad Casey/Storyful via Getty Images UGC)
OKLAHOMA TORNADO COVERAGE
AERIAL FOOTAGE OF STORM DAMAGE / MOS WITH RESIDENTS OF DAMAGED HOMES AND TOWNS Storms continue across eastern Oklahoma ahead of a cold front moving southeast across the state. The most significant activity is located in southeast Oklahoma where a tornado threat will continue during the night time hours. The cold front will exit Oklahoma by Friday morning. Very strong winds are expected behind the cold front on Friday. Atoka County Emergency Management reports a tornado hit the town of Tushka, south of Atoka. Injuries are reported. The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner reports one fatality attributed to the tornado. Damage assessments are underway. The Oklahoma Department of Transportation reports US-69 northbound at Tushka is closed temporarily due to semi rigs and trees that are scattered on the highway. OEM staff have been deployed to the scene to assist local officials. Hominy Emergency Management reports damage 4 miles north of the city of Hominy. About a dozen power poles are down along with tree limbs. Damage reported to commercial structures, including roof damage. Pontotoc County Emergency Management reports power lines, tree limbs down in the Allen and Stonewall areas. Additional damage south of Stonewall toward Fittstown where one trailer had its roof blown off and three homes lost roofs. Also a tree fell on a car. Softball size hail reported west of Hickory. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports a possible tornado hit a mobile home park in the Madill area. No injuries reported. POWER OUTAGES Oklahoma Corporation Commission reports 3,326 power outages due to the storm including 698 OG&E outages in the Fittstown, Enid and Sapulpa areas and 2,628 PSO outages in the Pushmataha, Atoka and Tulsa county areas.
KWTV OKLAHOMA CITY WEATHER
AERIAL FOOTAGE OF STORM DAMAGE / MOS WITH RESIDENTS OF DAMAGED HOMES AND TOWNS Storms continue across eastern Oklahoma ahead of a cold front moving southeast across the state. The most significant activity is located in southeast Oklahoma where a tornado threat will continue during the night time hours. The cold front will exit Oklahoma by Friday morning. Very strong winds are expected behind the cold front on Friday. Atoka County Emergency Management reports a tornado hit the town of Tushka, south of Atoka. Injuries are reported. The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner reports one fatality attributed to the tornado. Damage assessments are underway. The Oklahoma Department of Transportation reports US-69 northbound at Tushka is closed temporarily due to semi rigs and trees that are scattered on the highway. OEM staff have been deployed to the scene to assist local officials. Hominy Emergency Management reports damage 4 miles north of the city of Hominy. About a dozen power poles are down along with tree limbs. Damage reported to commercial structures, including roof damage. Pontotoc County Emergency Management reports power lines, tree limbs down in the Allen and Stonewall areas. Additional damage south of Stonewall toward Fittstown where one trailer had its roof blown off and three homes lost roofs. Also a tree fell on a car. Softball size hail reported west of Hickory. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports a possible tornado hit a mobile home park in the Madill area. No injuries reported. POWER OUTAGES Oklahoma Corporation Commission reports 3,326 power outages due to the storm including 698 OG&E outages in the Fittstown, Enid and Sapulpa areas and 2,628 PSO outages in the Pushmataha, Atoka and Tulsa county areas.
KENNEDY FAMILY HOME MOVIES. PUBLIC DOMAIN. COLOR. SILENT. SD
KENNEDY FAMILY HOME MOVIES. PUBLIC DOMAIN. COLOR. SILENT. SD FROM THE JFK LIBRARY. Hyannis -- Squaw Island, July 21-22, 1962 Accession Number: PPP:19 Title: Hyannis -- Squaw Island, July 21-22, 1962 Date(s) of Materials: July 1962: 21-22 Description: Silent motion picture containing candid footage of President John F. Kennedy, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, Caroline Kennedy, John F. Kennedy Jr., some of the children's cousins, Lem (Kirk LeMoyne) Billings, and Press Secretary Pierre Salinger on vacation, staying on Squaw Island at Hyannis Port, Massachusetts. President John Kennedy gets off Marine One helicopter and is greet by family and friends. jackie kennedy walking with john jr. little girsl dancing the twist. vs riging horses. baby john jr walking. more horseback riding. JFK looking through telescope. Caroline on horse. VS on the boat called the Marlin. VS waterskiing. Rear shot jfk as he watches water skiier. Source: White House/Cecil Stoughton; Wolper 868A 91205B. Physical Description: 1 film reel (color; silent; 16 mm; 222 feet; 7 minutes) Running Time (Minutes): 7 Footage: 222 C opyright Status: Public Domain Collection: President's Personal Pictures Archival Creator: Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963 Digital Identifier: JFKPPP-19 Subject(s): Kennedy family Person(s): Billings, Lem (Kirk LeMoyne), 1916-1981 Kennedy, Caroline B. (Caroline Bouvier), 1957- Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963 Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1960-1999 Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy, 1929-1994 Salinger, Pierre (Pierre Emil George), 1925-2004 Place(s): Hyannis Port (Mass.) ________________________________ Cruising on Lewis Bay, July 29, 1962 Accession Number: PPP:34 Title: Cruising on Lewis Bay, July 29, 1962 Date(s) of Materials: July 1962: 28-29 Description: Edited silent motion picture containing candid footage of activities off Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, during the weekend of July 28-29, 1962. The Kennedy family goes sailing with the Spaldings and others. These are long shots fo the Kennedys and teir friends on a sailboat. Source: Paul Fisher, White House Item #16 of Box 17. Photography by: Cecil W. Stoughton. Physical Description: 1 film reel (color; silent; 16 mm; 200 feet; 6 minutes) Running Time (Minutes): 6 Footage: 200 Copyright Status: Public Domain Collection: President's Personal Pictures Contributor: Stoughton, Cecil W. (Cecil William), 1920-2008 Archival Creator: Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963 Digital Identifier: JFKPPP-34 Subject(s): Kennedy family _____________________________ Atoka (Views of the House), Saturday, May 25, 1963 Accession Number: PPP:23 Title: Atoka (Views of the House), Saturday, May 25, 1963 Date(s) of Materials: 25 May 1963 Description: Silent motion picture containing shots of the interior and exterior of President John F. Kennedy's new home in Atoka, Virginia. President Kennedy, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, John F. Kennedy Jr., Stephen Smith, and Stephen Smith Jr. are filmed on the property. Formerly NPC #1211-34. Exterior and interior shots of the home and its furnishing. Jackie Kennedy is photographed outsdie the home. President John Kennedy gets off the Marine One helicopter and is greeted children by John Kennedy Jr and Caroline Kennedy. Physical Description: 1 film reel (color; silent; 16 mm; 223 feet; 7 minutes) Running Time (Minutes): 7 Footage: 223 Copyright Status: Public Domain Collection: President's Personal Pictures Digital Identifier: JFKPPP-23 Subject(s): Kennedy family Person(s): Kennedy, Caroline B. (Caroline Bouvier), 1957- Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963 Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1960-1999 Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy, 1929-1994 Smith, Stephen E. (Stephen Edward), 1927-1990 Smith, Stephen E. (Stephen Edward), 1957- Place(s): Atoka (Va.)