US New Orleans - Status of New Orleans two years after Hurricane Katrina
NAME: US NEW ORLEANS 20070829I TAPE: EF07/1024 IN_TIME: 10:53:23:16 DURATION: 00:03:16:14 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION/ABC DATELINE: New Orleans, 28 August 2007/FILE RESTRICTIONS: Part No Access NAmerica/Internet SHOTLIST ABC - No Access NAmerica/Internet 28 August 2007 1. Wide of US President George W. Bush walking down steps of Air Force One, being greeted by Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco, Louisiana's First Gentleman Raymond Blanco, New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin and other officials 2. Aerial of New Orleans 3. Helicopter Marine One landing 4. Bush walks out of helicopter 5. Wide of Bush having dinner with cultural leaders 6. Bush talking to Chef Leah Chase, the Queen of Creole cooking AP Television 28 August 2007 7. Wide of Harry Bellinger and his wife Ray Bellinger inside their home 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ray Bellinger, New Orleans Resident: " They've asked us to come back home but sometimes I wonder if there is a reason, I ask why, why are we back here. I don't feel safe, I want to cry sometimes when I come out and look at the houses, the homes it don't look like people are ever coming back." 9. Zoom out of waste in front of house 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Harry Bellinger, New Orleans Resident: "I'm really scared for my family; and whose visiting my wife and little grandson here." 11. Pan to Ray Bellinger 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ray Bellinger, New Orleans Resident: "We don't come out; once it's dark we're in, locked in." 13. Mid of workers 14. Set-up shot of New Orleans Resident Irma Cutis 15. Pan across working scene 16. SOUNDBITE: (English) Irma Curtis, New Orleans Resident: (SOUNDBITE STARTS ON PREVIOUS SHOT) "I don't feel as safe as I did before Katrina. I usually try to accomplish what I need to do between the hours of 8 and 8:30 and at night time I am usually not out." 17. Mid of workers 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Colonel Terry Ebbert, New Orleans homeland security director: "No city in America since the civil war has had their criminal justice system shut down; that's their courts, their jails, their DA (district attorney office), their crime lab, their evidence room, their headquarters, their buildings, all of that has been destroyed." ABC - No Access NAmerica/Internet 28 August 2007 19. Various of building on 17th Street Canal ABC - No Access NAmerica/Internet FILE: 2005 20. Aerial of Katrina aftermath ABC - No Access NAmerica/Internet 28 August 2007 21. Wide of ship near canal ABC - No Access NAmerica/Internet 28 August 2007 22. SOUNDBITE: (English) Prof. Oliver Houck, Professor at Tulane University Law School: "They're thinking levees, they're thinking pumps, they're thinking concrete, they're thinking beat nature." ABC - No Access NAmerica/Internet FILE: 2005 23. Aerial of Katrina aftermath STORYLINE: US President George W. Bush is marking Hurricane Katrina's arrived in New Orleans on Tuesday, a day ahead of the second anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, as anger over the stalled rebuilding is palpable throughout the city. The president and Laura Bush arrived dined with New Orleans cultural leaders. Leah Chase, the Queen of Creole cooking, New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees and musician Irvin Mayfield were among them. Hurricane Katrina made landfall south of New Orleans at 6:10 a.m. on August 29, 2005, as a strong Category 3 hurricane that flooded 80 percent of the city and killed more than 1,600 people in Louisiana and Mississippi. It was the worst natural disaster in the history of the United States. On Wednesday, protest marchers, accompanied by brass bands, planned to walk from the obliterated Lower 9th Ward to Congo Square, a venerable spot where slaves were able to celebrate their culture. At Charity Hospital, a 21-story limestone hospital adorned with allegorical reliefs, public officials will attend a somber groundbreaking for a victims' memorial and mausoleum that will house the remains of more than 100 victims still not identified. Churches will hold memorial services, including one at the historic St. Louis Cathedral on Jackson Square, and ring bells in honor of the victims. In keeping with the somber atmosphere, a candlelight vigil is on the schedule in Jackson Square at dusk, right around the time the French Quarter may start getting tipsy with street parties and anniversary revelers, as happened last year. While the city's population is rebounding, and a few neighborhoods thrive, much of the houses are abandoned. Basic services like schools, libraries, public transportation and childcare are at half their original capacity and only two-thirds of the region's licensed hospitals are open. Rental properties are in severely short supply, driving rents for those that are available way up. Crime is rampant and police operate out of trailers. "We don't come out; once it's dark we're in, locked in," said Ray Bellinger, a New Orleans resident. Meanwhile, work continues on New Orleans' levees, which failed dismally during Hurricane Katrina. Bush's Gulf Coast rebuilding chief, Don Powell, noted the federal government has committed a total of 114 (b) billion US dollars to the region, 96 (b) billion US dollars of which is already disbursed or available to local governments. Most of it has been for disaster relief, not long-term recovery. Still, Powell's implied criticism was that it is local officials' fault, particularly in Louisiana where the pace has been slower, if money has not reached citizens. Powell also said the president intends to ask for the approximately 5 (b) billion US dollars federal share of the 7.6 (b) billion US dollars more needed to strengthen New Orleans' levee system to withstand a 100-year storm and improve the area's drainage system. Though the levees are not yet ready for the next massive storm, they are slated to be strengthened by 2015.
LE 20H: [show of 30 August 2021]
++US Hurricane
AP-APTN-2330: ++US Hurricane Saturday, 28 August 2010 STORY:++US Hurricane- NEW Symbolic funeral service for Hurricane Katrina on 5th anniversary LENGTH: 03:14 FIRST RUN: 2330 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 655797 DATELINE: Chalmette, New Orleans - 28 Aug 2010 LENGTH: 03:14 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST: Chalmette, Louisiana 1. Pan from church choir to "Funeral for Katrina" service 2. Close up, choir member singing 3. Close up, sheet music used by choir 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Jesse Boyd, pastor: "We're here to say arrivederci, adios, goodbye to Katrina. Rest well. Oh, yes." 5. Knights of Columbus honour guards 6. Ceremonial coffin holding notes from community honouring Katrina victims 7. Boyd, delivering sermon 8. Various of the congregation 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Rhonda Pirtle, service attendee: "I had four families in my family that were across the Gulf coast and here in Chalmette that lost everything in the storm, and I just felt like I wanted to be here. They can't be here. They have relocated, and so I'm here because they are not." 10. Crowd waving handkerchiefs, singing as pallbearers carry coffin 11. Pan from open coffin with notes inside to "Goodbye Hurricane Katrina" embroidered inside 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Rhonda Pirtle, service attendee: "I'm glad to be here. This is something that this area will never forget. You do feel a lot of emotion for the people who actually were here and who actually lived through it, and you saw what they lost, and it's just important for me to be here." New Orleans, Louisiana 13. Pan from rainy skies to hurricane monument in Lower Ninth Ward 14. Rain falling on flowers at monument 15. Inscription on monument 16. Pan of inscription of date Katrina made landfall 17. Sign on building (English): "Welcome to The Lower Ninth Ward" 18. Weeds on overgrown housing lot with street sign in Lower Ninth Ward 19. Abandoned house in Lower Ninth Ward 20. Door, boarded up STORYLINE: It was a sombre, yet spirited start to events to mark the fifth anniversary of the landfall of Hurricane Katrina. About 100 people gathered at Our Lady of Prompt Succour Catholic Church in Chalmette, Louisiana, for an ecumenical Katrina memorial service. Billed by speakers as a "Funeral for Katrina," the centrepiece of the service was a steel-grey coffin filled with letters and mementoes honouring the victims of the storm which led to flooding of large swaths of New Orleans and neighbouring Chalmette. "We're here to say arrivederci, adios, goodbye to Katrina," Jesse Boyd, pastor at the Praise Temple Fellowship in nearby Violet, Louisiana, said. "Rest well." The disaster killed more than 1,800 people. Saturday's service was one of several events taking place one day before the fifth anniversary of Katrina's arrival; 29 August, 2005. Many were cancelled because of a driving, all-day rainstorm, not unlike the weather across the city in the hours before Katrina's winds whipped up in 2005. In New Orleans, rain-drenched flowers were placed at a memorial site in the devastated Lower Ninth Ward. City leaders will mark the anniversary at the site on Sunday morning with a rally and a march. Later on Sunday, US President Barack Obama will deliver a speech at Xavier University. The city's mayor, Mitch Landrieu, will later lead a memorial event in the historic Jackson Square. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 08-28-10 2028EDT
LE 20H: [broadcast of August 18, 2015]
US Katrina 2 - WRAP Hurricane Katrina commemorations, Bush, minutes silence, bells
NAME: US KATRINA 2 20070829I TAPE: EF07/1026 IN_TIME: 10:28:57:10 DURATION: 00:03:49:09 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION/ABC/POOL DATELINE: New Orleans, 29 Aug 2007/Recent RESTRICTIONS: Pt No Access NAmerica/Internet SHOTLIST AP Television New Orleans, Louisiana - 29 August, 2007 1. Wide view of New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagan beginning bell ringing ceremony 2. Cutaway woman ringing cow bell 3. UPSOUND: (English) Ray Nagan, New Orleans Mayor: "We ring the bells today for the 17 to 18-hundred people who have gone on to a better place. We ring the bells for a city that is in recovery, that is struggling, that is performing miracles on a daily basis." ABC - No Access NAmerica/Internet New Orleans, Louisiana - 29 August, 2007 4. Wide view of city as moment of silence is observed AP Television New Orleans, Louisiana - 29 August, 2007 5. Mid shot, Nagan sobbing at conclusion of bell ringing 6. Close-up, pan rally in lower ninth war demanding more funding (**AUDIO AS INCOMING**) POOL New Orleans, Louisiana - 29 August, 2007 7. Pan presidential motorcade going into Lower Ninth Ward 8. Pan shot of damaged houses from motorcade 9. Close-up President Bush and First Lady Laura Bush during moment of silence 10. Cutaway audience POOL - No Access NAmerica/Internet New Orleans, Louisiana - 29 August 2007 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) George W Bush, US President: "Hurricane Katrina broke through through the levies, it broke a lot of hearts, it destroyed buildings but it did not affect the spirit of a lot of citizens." POOL - AP Clients Only New Orleans, Louisiana - 29 August, 2007 12. Wide shot of Bush speaking 13. Close-up Louisiana Governor Blanco and Democratic Congressman William Jefferson listening POOL - No Access NAmerica/Internet New Orleans, Louisiana - 29 August, 2007 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) George W. Bush, US President: "New Orleans ... better days are ahead. It is sometimes hard for people to see progress when you live in a community all the time. Laura and I get to come, we don't live, we come on occasion and it is easy to think about what it was first like when we came here after the hurricane and what it is like today, and this town is coming back." AP Television New Orleans, Louisiana - 29 August 2007 15. Wide shot of Times Picayune newspaper 16. Close-up newspaper headline 'Treat us fairly, Mr. President' AP Television New Orleans, Louisiana - 19 August 2007 17. Walking shot in Lower Ninth Ward - from empty housing pad, to ruined house to house under repair POOL New Orleans, Louisiana - 29 August, 2007 18. Close-up President Bush helping family put up American flag 19. Close-up Gen White holding new home keys 20. UPSOUND: (English) George W. Bush, U.S. President: "We have just, Laura and I have just been given a tour by the Whites in their new home and they are going to be moving into this home by this weekend. There is nothing more hopeful than to be with somebody that says welcome to my home." 21. Pull out of new home STORYLINE: Two years to the day since Hurricane Katrina blew ashore in the United States, devastating New Orleans and the Gulf Coast, US President George W Bush marked the occasion with a sombre minute of silence on Wednesday. Hurricane Katrina made landfall south of New Orleans at 6:10 a.m. August 29, 2005, as a strong Category 3 hurricane that flooded 80 percent of the city and killed more than 1,600 people in Louisiana and Mississippi. It was the worst natural disaster in the history of the United States. Bush and his wife, Laura, are spending the anniversary of the storm in New Orleans and Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, determined to pay tribute to the city's rebuilders, even as he and others are criticised for not doing more to get the area get back on its feet. But with the region far from its former self after two years, some in New Orleans think it's the president's dedication that should be in the spotlight. "Hurricane Katrina broke through the levies, it broke a lot of hearts, it destroyed buildings, but it did not affect the spirit of a lot of citizens," Bush said. Like his last three visits to New Orleans, including last year's anniversary trip, the president chose a charter school as his main backdrop. This time it was the Dr. Martin Luther King Charter School for Maths and Science where Bush could combine hurricane comfort with a favourite and controversial subject: the need for competition and choice in public schooling. "This town's coming back," he said after visiting educators and students at the school in the hard-hit Lower Ninth Ward. It's the president's 15th visit to the Gulf Coast since Hurricane Katrina, but it's only his second stop since last year's anniversary. The performance by the president and the federal government in the immediate aftermath of the storm - and some residents' lingering sense of abandonment since - severely dented Bush's image as a take-charge leader. Anger over the stalled rebuilding was palpable on Wednesday throughout the city where the mourning for the dead and feeling of loss doesn't seem to subside. Proesters marched through the severely damaged Lower Ninth Ward demanding more funds from the federal government during President Bush's visit. The front page of The Times-Picayune advertised a scathing editorial above the masthead: "Treat us fairly, Mr. President." It chided the Bush administration for giving Republican-dominated Mississippi a share of federal money disproportionate to the lesser impact the storm had there than in largely Democratic Louisiana. "We ought to get no less help from our government than any other victims of this disaster," it said. As on other visits, the president and his team arrived armed with facts and figures to show how much the Bush administration has done to fulfil the promises the president made two-and-a-half weeks after the hurricane. Speaking then from historic Jackson Square in New Orleans' French Quarter, President Bush addressed the nation saying: "All who question the future of this great city need to know, there is no way to imagine America without New Orleans and this great city will rise again." There is some good news in New Orleans - the city's population is rebounding and a few neighbourhoods thrive. The city has recovered much of its economic base and sales tax revenues are approaching normal. The French Quarter survived Katrina, and the music and restaurant scenes are recovering. But much of New Orleans still looks like a wasteland, with businesses shuttered and houses abandoned. Basic services like schools, libraries, public transportation and childcare are at half their original levels and only two-thirds of the region's licensed hospitals are open. Rental properties are in severely short supply, driving up rents for those that are available. Crime is rampant and police operate out of trailers. Bush noted that the federal government has committed a total of 114 billion US dollars to the region, 96 billion US dollars of which is already disbursed or available to local governments. Most of it has been for disaster relief, not long-term recovery. During a tour of the Lower Ninth Ward, President Bush met Gen White a bus driver who had just bought her new home for 137-thousand US dollars. Her last home was completely destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.
8 p.m.: [August 29, 2012]
[Reconstruction five years after Hurricane Katrina]
Biloxi Feed - Hurricane Katrina (1730 - 1809) / HURRICANE KATRINA
August 31, 2005 BILOXI FEED: BILOXI HURRICANE KATRINA MATERIAL/ DAVID KERLEY/ INTERVIEWS/ DOGS SEARCHING RUBBLE RS15/ X80/ Slugged: 1630 Biloxi x80 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ cue in ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 17:30:23 no food, no nothing. 17:31:19 they get into the truck 17:31:51 workers sitting on side of the road 17:32:01 man offers another man a bottle of water 17:32:10 (dog barking in background) 17:38:18 large group of emergency workers 17:38:34 man with moustache giving directions to people nats "any quesitons?" 17:39:19 meeting ends, workers split up 17:41:45 emergency workers approach house 17:42:38 man with no shirt on and suspenders, long ponytail standing outside his house 17:43:05 workers approaches a woman on her porch 17:43:28 woman describes how she had to go five miles to get a small bottle of water 17:43:56 woman : thank you. i'm so happy to see you. do you have time to shovel all of this for me? 17:45:05 **emergency worker climbs in through a window 17:47:15 **nice shot from good distance of workers walking down devastated street 17:47:39 two dogs barking from a pile of rubble *** 17:49:01 worker goes under power lines, through trees to walk on wood and wreckage 17:50:11 Kerley walks with emer worker: tell me how this compares with other storms 17:50:24 similar to Ivan and other storms 17:50:43 first thoughts - it was a familiar sight. you get the resources ready 17:50:59 DK: does the emotional stuff get shut down 17:51:09 man: you go in that mode and when you go home that's when you kind of realize how lucky you are. we're trying to make sure that there are no live people here, trying to make sure we can get help to people. 17:51:37 address all those needs that come along 17:51:42 DK: seen signs that are on the structures you searched 17:51:52 zero means no victims in the house. 17:52:01 hope to put zeros on the houses 17:52:08 DK: what point does it become not searching for live victims 17:52:19 man: we're going to continue the search until we're told to stand down. we'll use our resouces to pull them up. 17:52:38 if a neighbor says there may be a neighbot in there, we'll bring the dogs in 17:52:58 it has its rewards. obviously you can help somebody give them a cold glass of water 17:53:12 DK: this may be the worst natural disaster 17:53:25 man: could be. i believe this is the one. 17:54:11 dog in front seat of emer vehicle 17:54:47 men walking - seen through tree branches 17:55:41 DK standing with emergency worker 17:55:59 worker: it's a team effort... 17:56:55 we bring in veterenary teams to take care of the dogs 17:57:54 man holding search dog on a leash 17:59:17 NATS dog barking 17:59:38 dog pulling emergency worker into the rubble 18:02:44 man with rescue dog - climbing through wood and debris into house 18:03:20 David Kerley walking with emergency worker and dog 18:04:01 worker: fortunately, most people evacuate... ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ cue out ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 18:04:52 bars
Biloxi Feed - Hurricane Katrina (1730 - 1809) / HURRICANE KATRINA
August 31, 2005 BILOXI FEED: BILOXI HURRICANE KATRINA MATERIAL/ DAVID KERLEY/ INTERVIEWS/ DOGS SEARCHING RUBBLE RS15/ X80/ Slugged: 1630 Biloxi x80 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ cue in ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 17:30:23 no food, no nothing. 17:31:19 they get into the truck 17:31:51 workers sitting on side of the road 17:32:01 man offers another man a bottle of water 17:32:10 (dog barking in background) 17:38:18 large group of emergency workers 17:38:34 man with moustache giving directions to people nats "any quesitons?" 17:39:19 meeting ends, workers split up 17:41:45 emergency workers approach house 17:42:38 man with no shirt on and suspenders, long ponytail standing outside his house 17:43:05 workers approaches a woman on her porch 17:43:28 woman describes how she had to go five miles to get a small bottle of water 17:43:56 woman : thank you. i'm so happy to see you. do you have time to shovel all of this for me? 17:45:05 **emergency worker climbs in through a window 17:47:15 **nice shot from good distance of workers walking down devastated street 17:47:39 two dogs barking from a pile of rubble *** 17:49:01 worker goes under power lines, through trees to walk on wood and wreckage 17:50:11 Kerley walks with emer worker: tell me how this compares with other storms 17:50:24 similar to Ivan and other storms 17:50:43 first thoughts - it was a familiar sight. you get the resources ready 17:50:59 DK: does the emotional stuff get shut down 17:51:09 man: you go in that mode and when you go home that's when you kind of realize how lucky you are. we're trying to make sure that there are no live people here, trying to make sure we can get help to people. 17:51:37 address all those needs that come along 17:51:42 DK: seen signs that are on the structures you searched 17:51:52 zero means no victims in the house. 17:52:01 hope to put zeros on the houses 17:52:08 DK: what point does it become not searching for live victims 17:52:19 man: we're going to continue the search until we're told to stand down. we'll use our resouces to pull them up. 17:52:38 if a neighbor says there may be a neighbot in there, we'll bring the dogs in 17:52:58 it has its rewards. obviously you can help somebody give them a cold glass of water 17:53:12 DK: this may be the worst natural disaster 17:53:25 man: could be. i believe this is the one. 17:54:11 dog in front seat of emer vehicle 17:54:47 men walking - seen through tree branches 17:55:41 DK standing with emergency worker 17:55:59 worker: it's a team effort... 17:56:55 we bring in veterenary teams to take care of the dogs 17:57:54 man holding search dog on a leash 17:59:17 NATS dog barking 17:59:38 dog pulling emergency worker into the rubble 18:02:44 man with rescue dog - climbing through wood and debris into house 18:03:20 David Kerley walking with emergency worker and dog 18:04:01 worker: fortunately, most people evacuate... ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ cue out ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 18:04:52 bars
TF1 20 hours: [show of 1 September 2008]
19 20 National edition: [issue of August 30, 2008]
Biloxi Feed - Hurricane Katrina (1730 - 1809) / HURRICANE KATRINA
August 31, 2005 BILOXI FEED: BILOXI HURRICANE KATRINA MATERIAL/ DAVID KERLEY/ INTERVIEWS/ DOGS SEARCHING RUBBLE RS15/ X80/ Slugged: 1630 Biloxi x80 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ cue in ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 17:30:23 no food, no nothing. 17:31:19 they get into the truck 17:31:51 workers sitting on side of the road 17:32:01 man offers another man a bottle of water 17:32:10 (dog barking in background) 17:38:18 large group of emergency workers 17:38:34 man with moustache giving directions to people nats "any quesitons?" 17:39:19 meeting ends, workers split up 17:41:45 emergency workers approach house 17:42:38 man with no shirt on and suspenders, long ponytail standing outside his house 17:43:05 workers approaches a woman on her porch 17:43:28 woman describes how she had to go five miles to get a small bottle of water 17:43:56 woman : thank you. i'm so happy to see you. do you have time to shovel all of this for me? 17:45:05 **emergency worker climbs in through a window 17:47:15 **nice shot from good distance of workers walking down devastated street 17:47:39 two dogs barking from a pile of rubble *** 17:49:01 worker goes under power lines, through trees to walk on wood and wreckage 17:50:11 Kerley walks with emer worker: tell me how this compares with other storms 17:50:24 similar to Ivan and other storms 17:50:43 first thoughts - it was a familiar sight. you get the resources ready 17:50:59 DK: does the emotional stuff get shut down 17:51:09 man: you go in that mode and when you go home that's when you kind of realize how lucky you are. we're trying to make sure that there are no live people here, trying to make sure we can get help to people. 17:51:37 address all those needs that come along 17:51:42 DK: seen signs that are on the structures you searched 17:51:52 zero means no victims in the house. 17:52:01 hope to put zeros on the houses 17:52:08 DK: what point does it become not searching for live victims 17:52:19 man: we're going to continue the search until we're told to stand down. we'll use our resouces to pull them up. 17:52:38 if a neighbor says there may be a neighbot in there, we'll bring the dogs in 17:52:58 it has its rewards. obviously you can help somebody give them a cold glass of water 17:53:12 DK: this may be the worst natural disaster 17:53:25 man: could be. i believe this is the one. 17:54:11 dog in front seat of emer vehicle 17:54:47 men walking - seen through tree branches 17:55:41 DK standing with emergency worker 17:55:59 worker: it's a team effort... 17:56:55 we bring in veterenary teams to take care of the dogs 17:57:54 man holding search dog on a leash 17:59:17 NATS dog barking 17:59:38 dog pulling emergency worker into the rubble 18:02:44 man with rescue dog - climbing through wood and debris into house 18:03:20 David Kerley walking with emergency worker and dog 18:04:01 worker: fortunately, most people evacuate... ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ cue out ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 18:04:52 bars
[The damage of the cyclene Katrina]
Biloxi Feed - Hurricane Katrina (1730 - 1809) / HURRICANE KATRINA
August 31, 2005 BILOXI FEED: BILOXI HURRICANE KATRINA MATERIAL/ DAVID KERLEY/ INTERVIEWS/ DOGS SEARCHING RUBBLE RS15/ X80/ Slugged: 1630 Biloxi x80 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ cue in ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 17:30:23 no food, no nothing. 17:31:19 they get into the truck 17:31:51 workers sitting on side of the road 17:32:01 man offers another man a bottle of water 17:32:10 (dog barking in background) 17:38:18 large group of emergency workers 17:38:34 man with moustache giving directions to people nats "any quesitons?" 17:39:19 meeting ends, workers split up 17:41:45 emergency workers approach house 17:42:38 man with no shirt on and suspenders, long ponytail standing outside his house 17:43:05 workers approaches a woman on her porch 17:43:28 woman describes how she had to go five miles to get a small bottle of water 17:43:56 woman : thank you. i'm so happy to see you. do you have time to shovel all of this for me? 17:45:05 **emergency worker climbs in through a window 17:47:15 **nice shot from good distance of workers walking down devastated street 17:47:39 two dogs barking from a pile of rubble *** 17:49:01 worker goes under power lines, through trees to walk on wood and wreckage 17:50:11 Kerley walks with emer worker: tell me how this compares with other storms 17:50:24 similar to Ivan and other storms 17:50:43 first thoughts - it was a familiar sight. you get the resources ready 17:50:59 DK: does the emotional stuff get shut down 17:51:09 man: you go in that mode and when you go home that's when you kind of realize how lucky you are. we're trying to make sure that there are no live people here, trying to make sure we can get help to people. 17:51:37 address all those needs that come along 17:51:42 DK: seen signs that are on the structures you searched 17:51:52 zero means no victims in the house. 17:52:01 hope to put zeros on the houses 17:52:08 DK: what point does it become not searching for live victims 17:52:19 man: we're going to continue the search until we're told to stand down. we'll use our resouces to pull them up. 17:52:38 if a neighbor says there may be a neighbot in there, we'll bring the dogs in 17:52:58 it has its rewards. obviously you can help somebody give them a cold glass of water 17:53:12 DK: this may be the worst natural disaster 17:53:25 man: could be. i believe this is the one. 17:54:11 dog in front seat of emer vehicle 17:54:47 men walking - seen through tree branches 17:55:41 DK standing with emergency worker 17:55:59 worker: it's a team effort... 17:56:55 we bring in veterenary teams to take care of the dogs 17:57:54 man holding search dog on a leash 17:59:17 NATS dog barking 17:59:38 dog pulling emergency worker into the rubble 18:02:44 man with rescue dog - climbing through wood and debris into house 18:03:20 David Kerley walking with emergency worker and dog 18:04:01 worker: fortunately, most people evacuate... ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ cue out ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 18:04:52 bars
TF1 20 hours: [show of 25 August 2006]
US Hurricane 4 - WRAP Devastation caused by hurricane, coast guard video, Bush
NAME: US HURRICANE 4 300805N TAPE: EF05/0773 IN_TIME: 10:57:47:09 DURATION: 00:03:37:20 SOURCES: ABC/Coast Guard Video DATELINE: 30 Aug 2005 RESTRICTIONS: No Access Internet SHOTLIST ABC Coronado, California near San Diego 1. President Bush walks up to podium at a California naval base 2. Cutaway of Navy sailors applauding 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) George W. Bush, U.S. President: "This morning, our hearts and prayers are with our fellow citizens along the Gulf Coast who have suffered so much from Hurricane Katrina. These are trying times for the people of these communities. We know that many are anxious to return to their homes. It''s not possible at this moment. Right now, our priority is on saving lives and we are still in the midst of search and rescue operations. I urge everyone in the affected areas to continue to follow the instructions of state and local authorities. The federal, state and local governments are working side by side to do all we can to help people get back on their feet. And we have got a lot of work to do." ABC New Orleans, Louisiana 4. Two men riding in boat through neighbourhood flooded up to the roofs of houses 5. Houses, cars, immersed in flood waters 6. Rescue crews helping a woman 7. Various of of flooded houses 8. Man leaning out his house window 9. Neighbourhood under water 10. Two men walking down damaged New Orleans street 11. Police car driving by damage 12. Damage in downtown New Orleans 13. Man riding bicycle 14. Various of damage to French Quarter bar-restaurants 15. Woman walking down street, past downed trees 16. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox Pop, (No name given) New Orleans Resident: (Partly overlaid by previous shot) "It was very scary, you know, constant terror. It was something that, I''ve been through many different tropical storms, but never nothing this intense." 17. People walking down damaged French Quarter area of New Orleans 18. Woman walking through waist-deep flood waters 19. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop, Richard Thomas, New Orleans Resident: "They wanted to move, they wanted to go to Mississippi, but I said I wasn''t going to go. But I should have went, because we got a lot of water here. A lot of water." COAST GUARD VIDEO Metairie, Louisiana 20. Aerial of Coast guard worker on roof of house, pounding through roof to rescue resident 21. Aerial shot of flooded neighbourhood 22. Coast guard team rescuing woman from the roof of her house, they put her on stretcher and carry her off ABC Biloxi, Mississippi 23. Men in front of damaged store 24. House in middle of road 25. Collapsed house 26. Dogs on roof of house 27. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop, Katrina, Lost Mississippi Home in Hurricane Katrina: "Our house is nothing. It''s just like no house was ever there." 28. SOUNDBITE: (English) Katrina/Lost Mississippi Home in Hurricane Katrina (Soundbite overlayed with pictures) "I''m suffering just like every body else. And I pray for everybody, we just come on and prosper and get a little more." 29. People leaving store with goods 30. Katrina leaving store with dresses 31. Man leaving store with bottles 32. People walking in front of store STORYLINE: President Bush said Tuesday the Gulf Coast faces "trying times" -- and there''s "a lot of work to do" to recover from Hurricane Katrina. The president spoke at a San Diego naval base as he prepared to cut short his August ranch vacation because of the killer storm. Aides say Bush will spend the night in Texas but return to Washington on Wednesday to oversee the federal response to Katrina. In a speech marking the 60th anniversary of the end of World War Two, Bush said he knows Gulf Coast residents want to return to their homes. But he said that''s not possible right now. He said search and rescue operations continue, and the priority must be on saving lives. Meanwhile, rescuers in boats and helicopters searched for survivors of Hurricane Katrina, bringing victims - wet and bedraggled - to shelters as the extent of the damage became more apparent. The governor of Mississippi said the death toll in one county alone could be as high as 80. In New Orleans, a city that lies mostly below sea level, residents who chose not to evacuate faced another, delayed threat: rising water. Failed pumps and levees apparently sent water from Lake Pontchartrain coursing through the streets. In the downtown area, streets that were relatively clear in the hours after the storm were filled with 1 to 1 feet of water Tuesday morning. Water was knee-deep around the Louisiana Superdome. Canal Street was literally a canal. The rising water forced one New Orleans hospital to move patients to the Superdome, where some 10-thousand people had already taken shelter. Little islands of red ants floated in the gasoline-fouled waters through downtown. The Hyatt Hotel and other high-rise around the Superdome had rows and rows of shattered windows. Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco described the situation as "totally overwhelming," and said the devastation being seen Tuesday "is greater than (her) worst fears." She said 700 people were rescued overnight from flooded areas. There is no reported death toll yet in Louisiana, but the top homeland security official in New Orleans said bodies have been spotted drifting in the floodwaters. Elsewhere along the Gulf Coast, tree trunks, downed power lines and trees, and chunks of broken concrete in the streets prevented rescuers from reaching victims. Katrina''s surge also demolished major bridges along the coast. The storm swept sailboats onto city streets in Gulfport and obliterated hundreds of waterfront homes, businesses, community landmarks and condominiums. The hurricane knocked out power to more than 1 million people from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle, and authorities said it could be two months before electricity is restored to everyone. Officials said it could be at least a week before many of the evacuees are allowed back to see what, if anything, is left of their homes. They warned people against trying to return to their homes, saying their presence would only interfere with the rescue and recovery efforts. By midday Tuesday, Katrina was downgraded to a tropical depression, with winds around 35 miles per hour. It was moving northeast through Tennessee at around 21 miles per hour. KEYWORD - HURRICANE KATRINA
[Bush and Katrina]
US Isaac 2
AP-APTN-0930: US Isaac 2 Tuesday, 28 August 2012 STORY:US Isaac 2- Isaac causes damage in Florida, now strengthening storm heading for New Orleans LENGTH: 01:55 FIRST RUN: 0230 RESTRICTIONS: No Access NAmerica/Internet TYPE: Eng/Nats/pt mute SOURCE: ABC STORY NUMBER: 856282 DATELINE: Various - 27 Aug 2012 LENGTH: 01:55 ++AUDIO AS INCOMING ++ SHOTLIST ABC - NO ACCESS N.AMERICA/INTERNET Vero Beach, Florida ++VIDEO IS PART MUTE++ 1. Wide of home which has been damaged by a mini tornado 2. Wide of debris scattered around truck 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Anthony DiPiazza, Tornado victim: "We heard what was like a freight train, maybe like a jet plane coming right over, close by, and she had asked me, 'What was that?' I said, 'That's a tornado.'" 4. Pull out from debris in street, pan to damaged home 5. Close of debris 6. Tilt down laundry machine and other debris in home 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Joyce Merraccini, Tornado victim: "The door flew passed me and glass was flying, and I was sitting on my bed doing paperwork and watching a movie." 8. Debris on car 9. Various pans of damaged homes ABC - NO ACCESS N.AMERICA/INTERNET Miami, Florida 10. Wide of flooded street 11. Wide of tree blowing in wind and rain 12. Wide of truck driving down flooded street 13. Wide of people walking under umbrella in rain 14. Pan of downed tree 15. Push in to tree on car 16. Various of damaged car, tree on top ABC - NO ACCESS N.AMERICA/INTERNET Key West, Florida - 27 August 2012 17. Various of people sweeping up water, mud and debris from footpath 18. Cars driving down street 19. Pull out from large waves to debris in street, pan of debris ++MUTE++ STORYLINE: Residents of a trailer park in an eastern Florida community are assessing damage done to their homes after a tornado hit Vero Beach on Monday morning during heavy rainfall. It's unclear if the tornado was a direct result of Tropical Storm Isaac, which caused high winds and rain in much of the state as it moved out into the Gulf of Mexico. Local officials say no one was killed or injured in the twister, although several homes sustained severe damage and dozens more lost power. The National Weather Service in Melbourne confirmed it was a tornado. Elsewhere in Florida, people started cleaning up from Isaac. While heavy rain was still pouring down, residents of Miami drove through high floodwaters and even ventured outside under umbrellas. A large tree fell down in the Coconut Grove neighbourhood, toppling onto a car and breaking most of its windows. In Key West, blue sky started to peek out toward the end of the day, although the surf remained high. Business owners began sweeping debris from the storm surge off their sidewalks. The centre of Tropical Storm Isaac's projected path took it directly toward New Orleans for a projected landfall as early as Tuesday night, nearly seven years to the day after Hurricane Katrina devastated the city. Forecasters on Monday said Isaac will intensify into a Category 1 hurricane later Monday or Tuesday - far less powerful than Katrina in 2005. Isaac, which left 24 dead in Haiti and the Dominican Republic over the weekend, has shifted course from Tampa, where the Republican National Convention pushed back its start to Tuesday in case the storm passed closer to the Gulfside city. Hurricane warnings extended across some 330 miles (530 kilometres) Monday, from Louisiana to western Florida. The National Hurricane Centre said Isaac was expected to have top winds of around 95 miles per hour (153 kilometres per hour) when it hits land. Katrina's winds reached a high of more than 157 mph (252 kph) when it hit on August 29, 2005. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 08-28-12 0545EDT
US Isaac
AP-APTN-0930: US Isaac 2 Tuesday, 28 August 2012 STORY:US Isaac 2- Isaac causes damage in Florida, now strengthening storm heading for New Orleans LENGTH: 01:55 FIRST RUN: 0230 RESTRICTIONS: No Access NAmerica/Internet TYPE: Eng/Nats/pt mute SOURCE: ABC STORY NUMBER: 856282 DATELINE: Various - 27 Aug 2012 LENGTH: 01:55 ++AUDIO AS INCOMING ++ SHOTLIST ABC - NO ACCESS N.AMERICA/INTERNET Vero Beach, Florida ++VIDEO IS PART MUTE++ 1. Wide of home which has been damaged by a mini tornado 2. Wide of debris scattered around truck 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Anthony DiPiazza, Tornado victim: "We heard what was like a freight train, maybe like a jet plane coming right over, close by, and she had asked me, 'What was that?' I said, 'That's a tornado.'" 4. Pull out from debris in street, pan to damaged home 5. Close of debris 6. Tilt down laundry machine and other debris in home 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Joyce Merraccini, Tornado victim: "The door flew passed me and glass was flying, and I was sitting on my bed doing paperwork and watching a movie." 8. Debris on car 9. Various pans of damaged homes ABC - NO ACCESS N.AMERICA/INTERNET Miami, Florida 10. Wide of flooded street 11. Wide of tree blowing in wind and rain 12. Wide of truck driving down flooded street 13. Wide of people walking under umbrella in rain 14. Pan of downed tree 15. Push in to tree on car 16. Various of damaged car, tree on top ABC - NO ACCESS N.AMERICA/INTERNET Key West, Florida - 27 August 2012 17. Various of people sweeping up water, mud and debris from footpath 18. Cars driving down street 19. Pull out from large waves to debris in street, pan of debris ++MUTE++ STORYLINE: Residents of a trailer park in an eastern Florida community are assessing damage done to their homes after a tornado hit Vero Beach on Monday morning during heavy rainfall. It's unclear if the tornado was a direct result of Tropical Storm Isaac, which caused high winds and rain in much of the state as it moved out into the Gulf of Mexico. Local officials say no one was killed or injured in the twister, although several homes sustained severe damage and dozens more lost power. The National Weather Service in Melbourne confirmed it was a tornado. Elsewhere in Florida, people started cleaning up from Isaac. While heavy rain was still pouring down, residents of Miami drove through high floodwaters and even ventured outside under umbrellas. A large tree fell down in the Coconut Grove neighbourhood, toppling onto a car and breaking most of its windows. In Key West, blue sky started to peek out toward the end of the day, although the surf remained high. Business owners began sweeping debris from the storm surge off their sidewalks. The centre of Tropical Storm Isaac's projected path took it directly toward New Orleans for a projected landfall as early as Tuesday night, nearly seven years to the day after Hurricane Katrina devastated the city. Forecasters on Monday said Isaac will intensify into a Category 1 hurricane later Monday or Tuesday - far less powerful than Katrina in 2005. Isaac, which left 24 dead in Haiti and the Dominican Republic over the weekend, has shifted course from Tampa, where the Republican National Convention pushed back its start to Tuesday in case the storm passed closer to the Gulfside city. Hurricane warnings extended across some 330 miles (530 kilometres) Monday, from Louisiana to western Florida. The National Hurricane Centre said Isaac was expected to have top winds of around 95 miles per hour (153 kilometres per hour) when it hits land. Katrina's winds reached a high of more than 157 mph (252 kph) when it hit on August 29, 2005. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 08-28-12 0545EDT
Thalassa: le magazine de la mer: 7 October 2005
20 hours the newspaper: [broadcast of September 7, 2005]
US Isaac 2
AP-APTN-0630: US Isaac 2 Tuesday, 28 August 2012 STORY:US Isaac 2- Isaac causes damage in Florida, now strengthening storm heading for New Orleans LENGTH: 01:56 FIRST RUN: 0230 RESTRICTIONS: No Access NAmerica/Internet TYPE: Eng/Natsound SOURCE: ABC STORY NUMBER: 856282 DATELINE: Miami/Key West - 27 Aug 2012 LENGTH: 01:56 ++AUDIO AS INCOMING ++ SHOTLIST ABC - NO ACCESS N.AMERICA/INTERNET Vero Beach, Florida ++VIDEO IS PART MUTE++ 1. Wide of home which has been damaged by a mini tornado 2. Wide of debris scattered around truck 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Anthony DiPiazza, Tornado victim: "We heard what was like a freight train, maybe like a jet plane coming right over, close by, and she had asked me, 'What was that?' I said, 'That's a tornado.'" 4. Pull out from debris in street, pan to damaged home 5. Close of debris 6. Tilt down laundry machine and other debris in home 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Joyce Merraccini, Tornado victim: "The door flew passed me and glass was flying, and I was sitting on my bed doing paperwork and watching a movie." 8. Debris on car 9. Various pans of damaged homes ABC - NO ACCESS N.AMERICA/INTERNET Miami, Florida 10. Wide of flooded street 11. Wide of tree blowing in wind and rain 12. Wide of truck driving down flooded street 13. Wide of people walking under umbrella in rain 14. Pan of downed tree 15. Push in to tree on car 16. Various of damaged car, tree on top ABC - NO ACCESS N.AMERICA/INTERNET Key West, Florida - 27 August 2012 17. Various of people sweeping up water, mud and debris from footpath 18. Cars driving down street 19. Pull out from large waves to debris in street, pan of debris ++MUTE++ STORYLINE: Residents of a trailer park in an eastern Florida community are assessing damage done to their homes after a tornado hit Vero Beach on Monday morning during heavy rainfall. It's unclear if the tornado was a direct result of Tropical Storm Isaac, which caused high winds and rain in much of the state as it moved out into the Gulf of Mexico. Local officials say no one was killed or injured in the twister, although several homes sustained severe damage and dozens more lost power. The National Weather Service in Melbourne confirmed it was a tornado. Elsewhere in Florida, people started cleaning up from Isaac. While heavy rain was still pouring down, residents of Miami drove through high floodwaters and even ventured outside under umbrellas. A large tree fell down in the Coconut Grove neighbourhood, toppling onto a car and breaking most of its windows. In Key West, blue sky started to peek out toward the end of the day, although the surf remained high. Business owners began sweeping debris from the storm surge off their sidewalks. The centre of Tropical Storm Isaac's projected path took it directly toward New Orleans for a projected landfall as early as Tuesday night, nearly seven years to the day after Hurricane Katrina devastated the city. Forecasters on Monday said Isaac will intensify into a Category 1 hurricane later Monday or Tuesday - far less powerful than Katrina in 2005. Isaac, which left 24 dead in Haiti and the Dominican Republic over the weekend, has shifted course from Tampa, where the Republican National Convention pushed back its start to Tuesday in case the storm passed closer to the Gulfside city. Hurricane warnings extended across some 330 miles (530 kilometres) Monday, from Louisiana to western Florida. The National Hurricane Centre said Isaac was expected to have top winds of around 95 miles per hour (153 kilometres per hour) when it hits land. Katrina's winds reached a high of more than 157 mph (252 kph) when it hit on August 29, 2005. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 08-28-12 0245EDT
FEMA Press Conference in Louisana
August 29, 2005 NEWSONE LIVE CHANNEL: FEMA LOUISIANA PRESS CONFERENCE W/ SENATOR MARY LANDRIEU, FEMA DIRECTOR MICHAEL BROWN, GOVERNOR KATHLEEN BABINEAUX BLANCO NET 103/ X75/ Slugged; 1640 FEMA X75 16:38:56 GOVERNOR KATHLEEN BABINEAUX BLANCO: they're all working in coordination with the local first responders, all three agencies have. from wildlife and fisheries 16:39:16 they are fueled and they are ready to go when weather conditions permit.they have to pay attention to what's happening with the winds 16:39:40 paying close attention to the.health and hospitals to stage local and medical teams 16:39:54 doctor sarese is leading a team. new Orleans area, I have ordered 16:40:13 get to the affected areas. I've also ordered the Louisiana police.except for authorized emergency personnel 16:40:43 the reporters are still preliminary, high water and strong winds are making it too dangerous. Katrina is by no means over, we're hearing reports 16:41:08 wherever you live, it's still too dangerous for people to return home. with friends and family, please, please stay there, be safe 16:41:28 there is no food or water and many trees are down, so chances are if you try to get in chances are you may not be able to get your vehicle in anyway 16:41:51 ask for your patience, we're working hard to get you home, but not until it's safe. State police and national guard and local law enforcement agencies are working together, we have a lot of people who are working hard 16:42:20 some cell phones. men and women of our emergency services are making a heroic effort to search and find everyone who is trapped 16:42:44 we have not been able to fly any aircraft in at this point.answering calls for help and looking for those who have notified us in some way or another.making every effort to find those people who might be in need of our help 16:43:18 pray for the victims and also pray for our friends in Mississippi, they have taken a hit right along ours.they have helped us all along this preparation. wish him the best in his recovery operations 16:44:24 I hope you will tell president Bush how much we appreciate him, these are the times that really count. desperate need for help, so thank you for being here Mike Brown-national director FEMA 16:44:46 BROWN: on behalf of president bush and the first lady. everyone who has suffered 16:47:17 SENATOR MARY LANDRIEU dropped off logging
National edition: [issue of 6 September 2005]