FSN-270 Beta SP
HURRICANE KATRINA
US SR Katrina Lenk
US SR Katrina Lenk
KATRINA AFTERMATH
FTG OF KATRINA AFTERMATH / LINES AT LOWES POST KATRINA
NOUVELLES
Emergency rescue team and dogs looking for survivors in a residential neighbourhood of Gulfport, Mississippi, devasted by huricane Katrina on August 29, 2005. Two men wearing helmuts, masks and headlights search the debris. Signs drawn with red spray paint on the wall of a house. A rescue team member seen through a door in a wall. We follow a man wearing a helmut, mask, headlight and a belt with many accessories, he stops near the trunk of a golf cart and removes his gloves. In front of the golf cart, an employee takes water from a cooler. Two broken windows of a house PAN destroyed property. Several members of the emergency team, a handler and his dog pass behind the group. A man from the team writes and draws a cross on the wall of a house with red spray paint. Rescue team members walking through the debris. Dogs search through the ruins. Men from the rescue team wearing masks search the ruins of a destroyed house. Men from the rescue team standing in the street; inside of destroyed house, there are no more walls. Handler and his dog search the inside of house, we see them through a door. Destroyed houses and properties. Dog searches the ruins with his handler. Men from the rescue team walk through the ruins of a house. Rescue team member''s face, wearing a security helmut and sunglasses, we clearly see a destroyed house reflected on this lenses. Handlers and their dogs walking in the street, followed by the rescue team. House destroyed by the hurricane, broken windows, graffiti on the walls, a torn US flag in the front of the house. Keywords: POLICE DOG,GARBAGE,FLAG,UNITED STATES,HOUSE,EMERGENCY MEASURES,MISSISSIPPI (STATE),HURRICANE,EMERGENCY SERVICES
Hurricane Katrina, satellite data
Animation based on satellite data of hurricane Katrina, as it developed in the Gulf of Mexico, then made landfall near new Orleans, Louisiana, USA. The data were taken in the infrared band by the NOAA GOES-12 Earth observation satellite between 23rd-30th August 2005. The infrared data has been placed on a map derived from NASA's Blue Marble image. Katrina devastated New Orleans and the surrounding area, causing nearly 2000 fatalities and $125 billion in damage, making it the costliest hurricane to strike the USA.
New Orleans Katrina, 2005
The aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, a category 3 storm, which made landfall on the morning of August 29, 2005. Aerial views of the flooding in New Orleans and helicopter rescue of people trapped by the floodwaters. Scenes of people being removed from a freeway overpass by helicopter, and aerial view of the Super Dome. People waiting at the airport. Short scene of President Bush and Mayor Ray Nagin walking toward camera. Shows devastation of homes along the Gulf Coast. Information: 2005 18äó?minäó?33äó?secäó? COL
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Hurricane Katrina
Hurricane Katrina devastates communities in the USA and puts much of New Orleans under water. Co-production with the BBC.
MISSISSIPPI KATRINA AFTERMATH (CQ03610)
A highway lined with debris washed up by the storm surge and flooding from Hurricane Katrina. Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. a van washed up onto a fence in front of a decimated home in suburban Mississippi. Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour says, ?The streets are totally covered with debris, with lumber, shingles, furniture, clothes so that you can?t see any asphalt for miles and miles around.? A destroyed highway bridge over water, concrete roadway broken into large chunks. A waterfront home in ruins, part of the roof blown onto the lawn and a sailboat laying on top of the debris. A washed out UPS store with a ragged American flag hanging from a beam.
LIEBERMAN/KATRINA SHORT
Climate deregulation: Louisiana bayous disappear
A2 / France 2
News Clip: NOLA election
Video footage from the NBC 5 television station in Fort Worth, Texas, covering a news story.
ACTUAL HURRICANE KATRINA (8-29-2005)
FOOTAGE TAKEN DURING HURRICANE KATRINA AROUND NEW ORLEANS.
Katrina & The Waves
Break Of Hearts
2005
PREMIUM RATE FOOTAGE - rescue operations - Katrina hurricane disaster - aftermath - New Orleans - August 2005 - Coast Guard rescue crewmen discuss mission
AERIAL - KATRINA'S RISING WATERS
AERIAL - KATRINA'S RISING WATERS
DC: KATRINA LEAHY
GEOS-5 Model Showing Hurricane Katrina
This visualization shows data from a global atmospheric assimilation model for August 2005. In early August the camera looks towards the North pole showing the swirling winds caused by the coriolis effect; then the camera moves down towards Africa which is the birthplace of many tropical storms; finally, the camera moves across the Atlantic as many of the storms form during 2005 ending with Hurricane Katrina.
KATRINA RESCUE FOR MAN TRAPPED IN CAR - 3
KATRINA RESCUE FOR MAN TRAPPED IN CAR - 3
FSN-251 Beta SP
HURRICANE KATRINA
Katrina & The Waves
Machine Gun Smith
HURRICANE KATRINA
FTG FOR COVERAGE OF HURRICANE KATRINA / KATRINA TASK FORCE PRESSER W/ ATTORNEY GENERAL ALBERTO GONZALES
Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans 2005
The aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, a category 3 hurricane, which made landfall on the morning of August 29, 2005. Aerial views of the flooding in New Orleans and helicopter rescue of people trapped by the floodwaters. Scenes of people being removed from a freeway overpass by helicopter, and aerial view of the Super Dome. People waiting at the airport. Short scene of President Bush and Mayor Ray Nagin walking toward camera. Shows devastation of homes along the Gulf Coast.
Bridgeman Images Details
News Clip: NOLA ELX
Video footage from the NBC 5 television station in Fort Worth, Texas, covering a news story.