01/27/73 C0031882 - COLOR HALIFAX: DEMOLITION OF A TALL FACTORY CHIMNEY THAT GOES WRONG
01/27/73 C0031882 - COLOR HALIFAX: DEMOLITION OF A TALL FACTORY CHIMNEY THAT GOES WRONG LNC 39639 "CHIMNEY" SHOWS: GV CHIMNEY: CANAL NEARBY: CHIMNEY FALLS ACROSS FACTORY ROOF: HUGE PILE OF BRICKS, PAN TO DAMAGE FACTORY (4 SHOTS): (SHOT 1/26/73 31FT) GREAT BRITAIN - HALIFAX ACCIDENTS - GREAT BRITAIN - HALIFAX EXPLOSIONS (SS) 31 FT / COL / PRINT / R44711
DRIVE THRU GROCERY STORE? 2012
The woman who crashed into the Publix on Belle Terre Parkway was charged with careless driving Tuesday as the Florida Highway Patrol released a video showing her car shattering glass doors as it crashed into the supermarket and plowed through shoppers. "When you see the video you realize it's a miracle no one got killed," FHP Capt. Jerry Crews said. Ten Palm Coast residents were injured when 76-year-old Thelma Wagenhoffer's 2004 Toyota Camry "accelerated rapidly as it crossed the parking lot" and crashed into the Publix, the FHP said. The car careened through the store for 40 to 50 feet -- at least, Crews said. Wagenhoffer, who lives in Palm Coast, will have to appear in court because of the seriousness of the injuries to the people in the store, Crews said. Wagenhoffer was not injured and FHP did not find any mechanical problems with the Toyota that could have caused the crash. Three of the injured remained hospitalized on Tuesday. Lupo Mario Hernandez, 83, who was pinned beneath the car, remained in serious condition at Halifax Health Medical Center in Daytona Beach. His wife Maria Hernandez, 81, was in fair condition at Florida Hospital Flagler in Palm Coast. Gertrude Marley, 86, was also in fair condition at Florida Hospital Flagler. Others treated and released from Florida Hospital Flagler over the weekend were Daniel Siegel, 58, and Suzanne Kuczek, 54, Louis Caroppoli, 74, and his wife, Letricia Caroppoli, 69. The accident happened at 1:24 p.m. Saturday closed the grocery store for the rest of the day. It reopened at 7 a.m. Sunday with a plywood patch and a wooden door at the entrance. The crash came less than two weeks after an airplane plunged into a Publix in DeLand, injuring five people and closing that store until sometime this summer. Three of the four people who took the first impact at the entrance were recovering at home Tuesday. Lasaunda Hampton, 33, was resting in bed at her home in the city's P section. Bandages were wrapped around her legs and small pieces of glass were still embedded in her feet. Hampton held her 3-month-old baby Tyshawn Davis, who had escaped with only a bump on his head. Hampton's 15-year-old daughter, Marshanna Jones, had most of her legs encased in white gauze. She had a bandage on her shoulder and more gauze wrapped around her right index finger. Marshanna needed 32 stitches to close cuts from the explosion of glass when the car ripped into the store. The Publix security camera video shows the family sitting on a bench inside the supermarket just beyond the sliding glass doors. The stroller with Tyshawn strapped in is outlined in the sunshine coming through the glass. Suddenly a car zooms into view. The car smashes through the doors and plows through the mother, her baby boy and her daughter as well as other people nearby. One of those is Lupo Hernandez, who had been playing with the baby, Hampton said. They all vanish from the screen. The Toyota also vanishes, leaving a trail of debris and a black tire tread mark on the floor. "She just pushed everybody out the way like bowling pins," Hampton said of Wagenhoffer. "The older man that was sitting by me. He was the one that got stuck up under the car 'cause it was us three that she just hit first and the rest of them was just hitting them like bowling pins. Just knocking them out the way." Publix meat manager Dan Schill is credited with quickly organizing a group to lift the car off Hernandez. Hampton's daughter Marshanna Jones was as stunned as everyone else. "I was crawling trying to get from under the car but I wasn't going anywhere," Jones said. "In the process of crawling I cut my finger and I just held on to it and I just closed my eyes and I was just sitting there and I was just still getting pushed and when I opened my eyes I saw the baby stroller, I mean his car seat, he was like sliding. And I was just looking like there's the baby but I don't see anybody else. And then by that time I was pinned against a shelf." Tyshawn was found still strapped into his car seat type stroller near the flowers and some potato chips. The baby suffered only a bump on the head. It had been bigger but the swelling has gone down, although doctors said he will experience some headaches for some time, Hampton said. Mom said someone must have been looking out for the little guy. "It was like a little angel was watching over him," Hampton said.
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NEWSREELS
ROLLING STONES CONCERT
Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones concert at the Halifax in Canada; includes fireworks display.
Disasters; Canada
Imo rams Mont Blanc -- ships' explosions wreck Halifax harbor, city; ship docked at snowy city; ruined buildings; Canadian troops, volunteers do rescue work; debris cleared from rail yard; injured onto train; survivors with troops; more rubble; FOOTAGE OF AFTERMATH ONLY, NOT ACTUAL DISASTER
Pegasus number 2
Midi Atlantique
Cities of Eastern Canada
MCS of the Nova Scotia Legislature and cut to new housing on site of the 1917 explosion.
British Royal Air Force aircraft conduct 700-airplane bombing raid over Cologne during World War II
Narrator states that on March 2, 1945, during World War 2, 700 Lancaster and Halifax bombers of the British Royal Air Force fly over Cologne, Germany, to bomb roads and bridges leading across the Rhine River. Closeup aerial view of a British Halifax bomber with H7 painted on its fuselage, identifying it as belonging to No.346 Squadron RAF. (This is a Free French bomber squadron incorporated into the Royal Air Force and operating out of RAF Station Elvington.) View from one of the aircraft looking down on the city below as bombs fall from the plane. Narrator refers to U.S. 1st Army attacking Cologne and this bombing to strike German forces fleeing the city. Heavy smoke seen rising from bomb explosions below. A huge black cloud is seen in the air as a German scarecrow bomb hits a Lancaster bomber and destroys it (Narrator calls it a scarecrow bomb. Later analysis concluded that "scarecrow" bombs may have been attacks by Luftwaffe aircraft equipped with upward facing cannons, or so called "Schräge Musik" attacks.) Smoke rising from the city. Narrator emphasizes that the Cologne Cathedral is not touched. Location: Cologne Germany. Date: March 2, 1945.
LIEUTENANT-COLONEL PHILIPPE GUISSET Commander Gendarmerie SPM
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British R.A.F. bombing raids by A-20 aircraft in German-occupied France and over Germany in World War II.
World War 2 Newsreel footage of British air raids on German occupied France, titled "Day and Night R.A.F. makes Nazis take it !" Six Douglas DB-7/A-20 Havoc attack bomber aircraft (American made, but ordered by Britain) take off from England and are seen flying in formation over the English Channel. A-20 Havocs approach beach. A-20 Havocs over French countryside. Point of view footage looking out from cockpit of airplanes flying low over French countryside and approaching German held industrial and chemical plants in Lille making German munitions. View of bombardier pulling bomb release trigger, followed by bombs away view. Damage done by bombing seen. Port and buildings being bombed by A-20 bombers at St. Malo. Explosions seen in dock areas from the air. Back in England, RAF pilots suit-up in cold weather gear for night bombing flights over Germany. View of a line of carrier pigeons each in a box, to be carried in each plane and released if the pilot gets in trouble. A pilot carrying a pigeon in a box. Bomber crews consult together at their planes before boarding. U.S. airmen being trained join together with RAF flyers and board Avro Lancaster bombers for the night raids. Lancaster bombers taxi and takeoff. Halifax III taxiing and taking off. Hawker Hurricane or Spitfire fighters seen in flight ready to engage Nazi fighters. Views of actual bombing raid on a German city by Lancaster bombers. Incoming flak and anti-aircraft fire. Explosions on ground over targets in Germany. [Note: Interestingly, the film uses shots of a German Junkers 88 bomber, instead of a Lancaster, to illustrate the nose of the aircraft at night.] Location: France. Date: 1943.
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MISC. 1910'S NEWSREELS #5
Canadian News - ASN
Halifax explosion (20/07/1945): ELS of site of damage from across body of water. Two men are shown stopping a car on street, warning of damage ahead. A carpenter is repairing the front of a shop. Shots of refugees from damaged residential district, on sidewalk, sitting on lawn, lining up at emergency canteen, coming out with food. HASs from Citadel Hill of harbour. Cut to nearly deserted streets, broken windows, wrecked buildings. A man displays a spent shell taken from debris, a policeman looks at a wrecked car. Various shots of utter devastation, houses reduced to kindlings, large craters.
CANADIAN TV NEWS COVERAGE OF THE SWISSAIR PLANE CRASH
COVERAGE OF SWISSAIR PASSENGER JET CRASH NEAR PEGGY'S COVE, NOVA SCOTIA 16:22:39 REPORTING ON DEBRIS FOUND AT SEA 16:24:31 PIECE ABOUT STUDENTS COPING W/ TRAGEDY 16:28:17 2-WAY W/ PSYCHOLOGIST 16:30:50 EMERGENCY CARE FROM LAST NIGHT REMOVING A BODY / HELICOPTER SEARCH 16:40:39 OIL SPILL SPOT 16:45:38 SET UP FOR HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA PRESS CONFERENCE 16:47:31 HALIFAX PRESS CONFERENCE 16:50:16 SEARCH CONTINUES W/ DIVERS AND NIGHT SEARCH EQUIPMENT LOOKING FOR SUNKEN DEBRIS 16:51:46 39 DIVERS AT SEA / US DIVERS FOR LONG TERM USE 16:53:20 INVESTIGATION PHASE BEGINS TOMORROW / SEARCH FOR BLACK BOX 16:54:39 STILL RECOVERING BODIES / WILL WORK THROUGH NIGHT 16:56:02 FAMILES COMING INTO HALIFAX TOMORROW 16:57:07 LARGEST PIECE 3' BY 3' / DIVERS TO FOCUS ON 2 BLACK BOXES 16:58:01 NO BODIES OR DEBRIS INDICATE IMPACT OF EXPLOSION 17:01:44 TURNING BACK TOWARD HALIFAX WHEN PILOT LOST COMMUNICATION
DISASTER AT HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA
Disaster at Halifax, Nova Scotia - ammo ship blows up.<br/><br/>Aftermath of explosion of an ammunition ship at Halifax. Opens with DS of snowy disaster site - looks like pick up stix; just splinters; and people walking over it searching for victims. CU same; with a group of men carrying body on stretcher. DS pan over snow-covered train station (?). Grainy but good shot of rescue team lifting stretcher with injured survivor of the explosion onto train. <br/><br/>GV snowy area nearby: trees damaged; houses fallen across field. Closer shot of a blown-up building. And another ... pan to left; showing destroyed warehouse; etc.; with boats going by in the inlet in BG. CU of house half blown to bits! <br/><br/>Disasters.
JEAN-PIERRE BERçOT Prefect of SPM
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YESTERDAY'S NEWSREELS
Fall of Boulogne; Liberation of Deventer
Fall of Boulogne: MSs of heavy British coastal guns firing, being loaded. GROUND TO AIR shot of Lancasters, Halifax bombers in squadron strength. LS of clouds of smoke from explosions. Shots of Sherman tank, flail tanks, "Crocodiles" moving past the camera. HAS PAN over Boulogne in ruins. Ground shot of sign "Boulogne", ruins, Canadian army vehicles, soldiers. Shot of soldiers building army bridge across the river. Several views of German prisoners of war.
( RED CROSS AID TO VICTIMS OF HALIFAX )
United States of America (USA). <br/> <br/>Red Cross sends aid to victims of Halifax. New York mattress company truck being loaded. Big stacks of mattresses are piled on top of a cab! Another truck from Boston backs up in foreground, it is piled high with pillows & blankets. Shot of worker moving mattresses strapped to a hand truck, other workers around, many more mattresses in background piled up. Disaster relief, charity donations <br/> <br/>American cataloguer's note: Most likely referring to Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada where there was an explosion of ammunition in 1916 which caused great damage in the surrounding area.
MOVIETONE'S WAR TIME NEWS - REPORTED BY LESLIE MITCHELL
ISSUE_NO = 793A NO_OF_ITEMS = 3 ITEM_NO = 2 DESCRIPTION : LANCASTERS PLASTER V.1. PLATFORMS - Big fleets of Lancasters and Halifaxes have been attacking the V.1. sites, helping to reduce the number of 'flying bomb' attacks. CARD_FILE = 45020 CARD_TITLE : Lancasters Plaster V.1. Platforms SHOT_LIST : Cut story - KS "Doodlebug" flying out of camera. Air views flying bomb being shot up, eventually explodes in mid-air, explosions in slow motion. Various air views: Formation of Lancasters flying through flak & clouds. Also Halifaxes. Air View: Target indicators falling to earth, followed by bombs falling. Air Views: Target saturated with explosions. Shots of storage depots receiving direct hits. Cuts - Various aerial shots of doodlebugs exploding in mid-air, also of explosions on V.1 ramps & storage depots. KEYWORDS : Aviation; Air Raids and War Damage; Airforce - Active; Munitions and Armaments; Camera Effects; Lancaster Bombers; Halifax Bombers MATERIAL : Dupe & Lav 8178 Cuts: Keys 8244 Lav Cuts 8077 Dupe Cuts 7883 RAFFU Lav Cuts 7854 RAFFU The Indian Lavender was sent to Mr. Perrin 13.9.44 and will not be returned complete. The remainder is going to be used in an MOI Short and will be returned in the lavender of the same. DATE_SUBD = 08/00/1944
CANADIAN TOUR OF HRH THE PRINCE OF WALES - PART 1
Titles read: 'CANADIAN TOUR OF HRH THE PRINCE OF WALES - Part 1. The departure from Portsmouth, England. Their Majesties, the King and Queen of England accompany the Prince to Portsmouth where they board HMS Renown'. <br/> <br/>Steam train arriving at station. King George V, Queen Mary, Prince of Wales (Duke of Windsor, King Edward VIII, Prince Edward) step down from the train and board a ship (the HMS Renown), joined by officials and military personnel. Royals inspect officers and crew on board. Royal standard flying from ship mast. Prince of Wales arrives at St John, New Brunswick and is greeted by officials - he arrives aboard HMS Dragon. Royal party walks along boardwalk. Prince and military officers review Guard of Honour. Prince meets Governor General of Canada and Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick. Crowds look on as military band plays. Mayor of St John looks on from a box with others. Prince presents flags to 26th battalion in a square and presents medals to First World War veterans. Piping band in park. Prince at Armoury, crowds wave Union Jack flags. Prince salutes to crowds, looking a bit uncomfortable. Crowds in King Street waiting for Prince's arrival. Girls representing each of the ten provinces of Canada (wearing shields) curtsey for the (unseen) Prince. Veteran soldiers in parade, in fancy dress, riding on floats and marching along. Rowing races in St John harbour. Prince arrives at Halifax, Nova Scotia and inspects Guard of Honour. He sits in an open carriage and jokes with officials. Prince leaving City Hall. Visit to Coggswell Street hospital where the Prince chats to soldiers. Prince leaving the home of Mrs Randalson, victim of the great Halifax Explosion. Prince reviews veterans and presents medals to them and mothers of dead soldiers. Prince officiates at laying of cornerstone at Dalhousie University. Members of the Prince's staff and HMS Renown crew. Views of ship, HMS Renown at anchor off Halifax. <br/> <br/>01:13:35 Prince on board in tweed suit and flat cap. Crowds at a stadium or sports ground - looks like children holding up pieces of paper to make a Union Jack? Prince in large parade through city streets. Prince leaving large building. Prince at event, inspecting troops, standing to attention, saluting and so on. Motor cavalcade along sea front. Display in sports stadium, in form of Prince of Wales feathers and crown. Men on horseback arriving in town. Crowds waving. HMS Renown (?) in shallow dock. Prince inspecting more veterans and chatting to them. Prince and entourage walking along gangway. Prince coming down gangway from ship, wearing bowler hat and suit, carrying umbrella. He is greeted by officials. Prince tipping hat to passing ship. Point of view shot from front of ship approaching a bridge that opens as we approach. Prince walks past lines of boy scouts. Prince looking at a new seaplane (?) on dry land. Different view of ship approaching the opening bridge (it breaks a tape as if winning a race) then moving backwards. View of HMS Arundel Castle (?) in harbour. Prince of Wales in scout leader uniform inspecting boy scouts at a sports ground. Large crowd of scouts come running towards the Prince. <br/> <br/>There follows a separate news story. Intertitle refers to Prince of Wales in Scotland, visiting Paisley and Queen's Club where he reviews Boys' Brigade. Prince arrives, welcomed by cheering crowds. He walks through a decorated factory, lifting his hat, then along a street, tipping his hat to crowds. Prince inspects Boy's Brigade in a park. March past of Boys' Brigade. Prince arrives at sea front and walks onto dais.
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MISCELLANEOUS 1940'S NEWSREELS #4
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HALIFAX SATELLITE FEED
BARS. BLANK. BARS. CS. VS OF TWO CHARTERED BUSES DRIVING ON A HIGHWAY. VS OF A PASSENGER JET. VS OF RUSSIAN CIRCUS PERFOMERS SAYING GOODBYE TO CANADIAN INTERPRETERS CR:219. VS OF THE CIRCUS PERFORMERS BOARDING A JET PLANE. INTV/W GERRY GRUNDMAN AN IMPRESARIO WHO ORGANIZED THE CIRCUS TOUR. HE DISCUSSES THE FUTURE TOURS OF THE RUSSIAN CIRCUS. SU DEL ARCHER CTV NEWS. BARS. CTV NEWS BROADCAST. SU WALLY MOTT. GRAPHICS. SU REFEEDS. VS OF GEORGE SHULTZ THE UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF STATE EXITING A LIMOUSINE. COLOR STILL OF PRESS SECRETARY LARRY SPEAKES. GRAPHICS. VS OF A UNITED STATES CONGRESSIONAL MEETING. CU OF DAVID ROBINSON THE STATE DEPARTMENT'S LEGAL ADVISOR. HE DISCUSSES THE PRESENCE OF US TROOPS IN LEBANON. VS OF SENATOR PAUL SARBANES (D-MD). HE QUESTIONS IF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES WILL MAKE DECISIONS DISREGARDING THE CONGRESS. SU CRAIG OLIVER SU. LS OF AN EXPLOSION IN LEBANON. GRAPHICS. VS OF DRUZE MOSLEMS ENGAGED IN WARFARE. VS OF US MARINES. VS OF THE WARSHIP "NEW JERSEY". VS OF MILITARY AIRCRAFT. VS OF A HARRIER JET LANDING ON AN AIRCRAFT CARRIER CR:522. LS OF A SHIP. VS OF A MARINE PEERING THROUGH A TELESCOPE IN A DUGOUT. VO DENIS MACINTOSH. VS OF GEOFF SCOTT A MEMBER OF CANADA'S PARLIAMENT. HE TRIBUTES CLARK TODD. CU OF ROGER SIMMONS A NEWFOUNDLAND MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT. VS OF CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER PIERRE TRUDEAU. HE APOLOGIZES FOR NOT WAITING FOR A SECURITY CHECK BEFORE APPOINTING SIMMONS TO THE CABINET. VS OF CONSERVATIVE JUSTICE CRITIC ALLAN LAWRENCE. HE CRITICIZES TRUDEAU. CU OF A LETTER. PC/W JOE CLARK. HE QUESTIONS TRUDEAU'S CAPABILITIES. SU BRYAN NELSON. SU WALLY MOTT. BARS. CI: PERSONALITIES: GRUNDMAN, GERRY. PERSONALITIES: SHULTZ, GEORGE. PERSONALITIES: SPEAKES, LARRY. PERSONALITIES: ROBINSON, DAVID. PERSONALITIES: SARBANES, PAUL. PERSONALITIES: SCOTT, GEOFF. PERSONALITIES: TODD, CLARK. PERSONALITIES: SIMMONS, ROGER. PERSONALITIES: CLARK, JOE. PERSONALITIES: TRUDEAU, PIERRE ELLIOTT. PERSONALITIES: LAWRENCE, ALLAN. ENTERTAINMENT: CIRCUS (ABOUT). WAR: LEBANON. MILITARY: US MARINES. MILITARY: SHIPS.
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