[Unordered Material: Storm Toll, Damage Heavy, Cleanup Begins--Hurricane Carla] b&w
HURRICANE CARLA HITS TEXAS aka HURRICANE CARLA
Unissued / unused material - dates and locations may be unclear / unknown. <br/> <br/>American newsreel item. Title reads: "Carla's Gone But Not Forgotten" <br/> <br/>Texas, United States of America / USA <br/> <br/>Various shots as Hurricane Carla hits the coast of Texas. Aerial shots, 170 miles per hour winds lashing seafront buildings. Seawater runs inland. Various shots, sections of Louisiana coast with timber houses in fields underwater, deserted roads. Aerial shot of devastation in small town area. Tracking shot, past wooden shanty-town housing. MS Man wading through floodwater. MS Ships cast up on shore. Various shots utter devastation as hurricane subsides and families return to inspect the damage and rescue belongings. <br/> <br/>Note: Date on original paperwork: 18/09/1961. American commentary.
RED CROSS
INTERIOR HOUSE DAMAGED BY HURRICANE CARLA
++US Storm Governor
Harvey Hits Texas; Strongest Since Carla in '61
VTM-65BZ Beta SP
AN ARCHITECT AT WORK
LE 20H: [show of 05 September 2019]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
News Clip: United Fund
Video footage from the WBAP-TV television station in Fort Worth, Texas, covering a news story about a fundraising event for the United Fund.
HURRICANE CARLA HITS GULF COAST - 2
Waves lash on the beach and trees are tossed to and fro as Hurricane Carla roars into the Gulf Coast with destructive winds.
BUILDING/CONSTRUCTION
1961 HURRICANE CARLA IN SOUTHERN TEXAS. PALM FRONDS BLOWING IN WIND.
NEWS FROM AMERICA
Full title reads: "News From America" <br/> <br/>United States of America (USA). <br/> <br/>Hurricane Carla hits Texas. <br/> <br/>Various shots of heavy seas and waves crashing against the shore. Shots of damage to seafront buildings. Man drives away in van full of animals. Various shots of trees waving in wind and waves crashing over the sea wall. <br/> <br/>Rocket Explodes on Launch Pad, Point Argwello, California. <br/> <br/>GV of rocket in launching pad ready for take-off flames come from bottom of rocket and blasts out smoke ready for take-off the rocket blows up with a mighty explosion camera pans off to show burning wreckage around the launching pad. <br/> <br/>(FG.)
"CARLA"
ISSUE_NO = 1685 NO_OF_ITEMS = 6 COMMENTATOR = Geoffrey Sumner ITEM_NO = 1 DESCRIPTION : Exceptional tides, flooding inland on the Texas coast, underlined the warnings of the approach of hurricane "Carla". At one point, evacuation was aided by school buses, which took nearly a thousand men, women and children to safety. Reports put the total number of refugees at half a million. On their heels came "Carla", the wildest of the century. CARD_FILE = 83157 CARD_TITLE : "CARLA" SHOT_LIST : Key scene. GV Pan river flooding house. GV Pan same. LS Pan same. MS School buses. MS Same. MS Women and children going on bus. MS Pan women with baby. MCU Pan another. MS Pan men and women and children going on bus. MS Bus going. LS House in flood. LS Another. LS Trees in wind. LS House in flood. GV Floods and wind. INDEX : Countries - United States Of America, Geography, Disasters and Accidents, Vehicles, Weather, Mankind, Buildings, Agriculture FEET_SHOT = 81
US TX Storm Governor (CR)
Harvey Hits Texas; Strongest Since Carla in '61
DAMAGE FROM HURRICANE CARLA
The Gulf Coast states brace for more destruction as the dying winds from Hurricane Carla spark the formation of equally damaging tornadoes. The twisters cause more deaths and property damage.
DN-LB-566 Beta SP
UNIVERSAL NEWSREELS
Carla Bruni and Jean Marie Perrier
Radio France: filmed programmes
RED CROSS
FISHING BOAT COMES INTO DOCK. DAMAGED BY HURRICANE CARLA REPAIRED WITH RED CROSS FUNDS
US TX Storm Governor (Lon NR)
Harvey Hits Texas; Strongest Since Carla in '61
HURRICANE CARLA HITS GULF COAST - 1
Residents in Texas and Louisiana prepare for and flee inland as Hurricane Carla roars toward the Gulf Coast. The states face tides twelve feet above normal and up to 40 billion in loss of crops.
Together for the Caribbean
A2 / France 2
Entertainment France Carla Bruni - Carla Bruni at airport as Haiti orphans arrive
NAME: FRA CARLA 20090123E TAPE: EF10/0068 IN_TIME: 10:01:48:07 DURATION: 00:01:34:07 SOURCES: FRENCH POOL DATELINE: Paris - 22 Jan 2010 RESTRICTIONS: No Access France SHOTLIST FRENCH POOL - NO ACCESS FRANCE Paris - 22 January 2010 1. Mid shot of France''s First Lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy speaking to Red Cross officials and young Haitian orphan 2. Various of Bruni meeting orphans 3. Mid shot of Bruni 4. Various of orphans and Bruni STORYLINE FIRST LADY WELCOMES HAITIAN ORPHANS More than 30 Haitian orphans arrived in the French capital on Friday (22JAN09), with First Lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy amongst those present to welcome them at the Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport. All had been adopted by foreigners prior to the devastating 7.0 scale earthquake that killed an estimated 200-thousand people on January 12. But the quake expedited their departure, according to the French ambassador to Haiti, who said the orphanages that looked after the children had run out of the essential supplies to provide adequate care. The orphans arrived in France on Friday after travelling from Haiti via the Antilles. They were due to meet their adoptive families soon after their arrival, officials said. The Haiti earthquake may have left thousands of children orphaned. Their plight triggered a rush of inquiries from around the world about adopting a child from the impoverished country. Even before the quake, Haiti already had about 380-thousand orphans in need of homes, according to UNICEF. Some of these children lost their parents in previous disasters, including four tropical storms or hurricanes that killed about 800 people in 2008, deadly storms in 2005 and 2004 and massive floods almost every other year since 2000. Others were abandoned amid the nation''s long-running political strife, which led thousands of Haitians to seek asylum in the US - without their children - or by parents who were simply too poor to care for them. In the wake of the quake, experts were quick to warn against taking newly orphaned children out of Haiti or rushing the adoption procedures. UNICEF said it was working to reunite quake orphans with family members and to prevent them from being abused and exploited.
19 20 Edition Paris Ile de France: [7 September 2017 issue]
Paris / Ile-de-France
HURRICANE IKE - GILCREST, TEXAS
OAK ISLAND, Feed #1 191650 slow tracking shot on road to nowhere 19:38:11 skeleton structure, frame of house 19:39:33 tree stumps 19:39:50 over turned boat 19:40:02 desolate beach 19:40:57 mail box 19:42:48 Claude -- lives on high **19:44:39 This storm is my birthday present 19:48:33 The world just kind of goes by us. 19:48:43 A lot of the people I've talked to are going to come back... scrolling 19:53:11 First guy again -- lives in Oak Village, Eric Shriver/Shiver 19:53:22 My parents' house is gone. Lost all my clothes. My furniture. 19:53:49 came back 19:53:51 it looked like a bomb just dropped on it. All the houses were gone, debris all in the trees. I just started balling. 19:54:53 I've been through it for 23 years, i can't...it's hard to handle anymore.(6) Plus my mom and dad's house is gone. My house is gone. It's time to start over again. 19:55:03 it just destroyed everything that I live around 19:55:14 i might stay here. I will probably move out of state somewhere. 19:56:50 I'm going back in there to see if I can salvage some more stuff. 19:57:20 Exxon station, gas line 19:57:33 eric through car's side mirror. GILCREST/OAK ISLAND -- Second Feed 1945 Feed **19:51:00 nice crocodile (alligator?) walking in a watery parking lot 19:54:00 guys on rescue motor boat 19:54:21 army helicopters flying over 19:55:26 more shots of boat Picks up again at 195715 **20:02:54 radio flyer, rocking toy 20:03:18 power lines 20:04:38 cool power line shot 20:05:29 slow push 20:06:07 sign for RV 20:06:16 wrecked house **20:06:51 cows 20:07:06 close up of longhorn 20:07:32 Crocodile again Last Feed, 21:00. Oak Island (The long feed. I dropped off logging very early) most of this damage was 20:59:16 clothes up in trees **20:59:25 dead goat** 20:59:59 Ray 21:00:14 This is where ...we have a camp down here and all our boats...Had a swimming pool and a hot tub and that's all gone. 21:00:45 The most devastation... 21:00:53 There's nothing left 21:01:00 I had a 21:01:24 I got a 4 WD Jeep that's in the water 21:01:34 Probably worse than Carla and I was here during Carla 21:02:05 This think right here was more tragedy than Carla.. 21:02:17 Cried like a baby. 21:02:30 There was no houses. I said how does this happen? (Cries)
HURRICANE CARLA HITS COAST
Hurricane Carla slams into the Texas coastline, causing widespread damage. The Coast Guard sends a rescue helicopter to the scene.