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CR 22-23: (22) 03:09:03 boogie-boarding slo-mo (var speeds, some nice flips); (23) 03:12:10 trad. looking surfing (longboards?), surfers bobbing around waiting; 03:12:25 surfer rides pipeline, shoots out w/ spray @ end!; 03:12:29 boogie-board, guy on longboard (really nice); 03:12:45 empty gently rolling ocean fills frame; 03:12:55 huge wave builds, filling frame, boarder shoots by; 03:13:08 vs excellent longboarding takes; 03:13:53 surfers bob, waiting; 03:14:00 more surfing; 03:14:08 great slo-mo head-on wave builds, breaks (AWESOME); 03:14:40 two longboarders share a wave, single surfers in slo-mo, trying to catch a wave & missing, empty sea, 03:15:43 real-time pipeline; bobbing, waiting, trying for wave
Martinique: Diany, Yole’s boss; La Réunion: Alice, longboard champion
FR3 / France 3
VARIOUS SHOTS OF SURFERS AND SURFING
COLOR MOS Longboard surfing in the 1960's on small waves. Lots of surfers. Also, stunt where one surfer leaps from his board onto board of another surfer next to him then leans down and picks up his now abandoned surfboard. Quite impressive. Shots of hanging 10. CU of surfer girl walking on beach. Single surfer has good ride, but then wipes out ,(picture tinted purple).
LONGBOARDING FILE VIDEO
Longboarding is the act of riding on a longboard skateboard. A longboard is greater in size (both length and width) than its smaller counterpart, the skateboard, and has more stability, traction and durability due to lower wheel durometers. Many, but not all longboards, use trucks (axles) that contain different geometric parameters than a skateboard as well. These factors and their variation have given way to a variety of disciplines, functions and purposes for a longboard. The angles at which some longboards can turn, as well as their ability to coast long distances make them more suitable for cruising on streets than regular skateboards.
++Australia Shark
AP-APTN-0930: ++Australia Shark Sunday, 15 July 2012 STORY:++Australia Shark- Authorities hunt for shark which killed a surfer, surfers pay tribute LENGTH: 01:58 FIRST RUN: 0930 RESTRICTIONS: No Access Australia TYPE: English/Natsound SOURCE: AuBC STORY NUMBER: 850200 DATELINE: Various - 15 July 2012 LENGTH: 01:58 SHOTLIST Wedge Island, Western Australia 1. Various of police and fisheries personnel monitoring the beach 2. Various of boat on patrol at sea 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Tim Hancock, local surfer: "Yeah, (it's a) huge surprise. I don't think anyone expects a shark attack at Wedge Island. I suppose people that come to Wedge this is their safe place I suppose where they get away from all the action in the city." 4. Various of Tim Hancock on the beach 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Tim Hancock, local surfer: "A lot of fine weather I think, super clear water and probably more people in the water. There's no more surfing by yourself up here anymore. Yeah solo surfs I think are finished now. A thing of the past, for me anyway." 6. Hancock driving away from the beach without going surfing Cottosloe Beach, Western Australia 7. Pan from surfboard to beach 8. Surfers paddling in the water 9. Close-up of surfers waiting for a wave to catch 10. Pan from crowd to the sea 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Peter Dunn, Whalebone Classic Longboard surfing competition organiser: "It is just a tragic loss. It'll never stop surfers from going in the water. Once you are a surfer - and only a surfer knows the feeling - we cannot stop surfing. We are addicted." 12. Dunn talking to a woman 13. Pull out of people on beach paying their respects with a minute silence after the death of surfer, Benjamin Linden STORYLINE Authorities were on the hunt on Sunday for a great white shark up to five metres long which killed a surfer off Western Australia's (WA) southwest coast. WA's Department of Fisheries said beaches remained closed along the popular surfing stretch, about 160 kilometres north of Perth, while a boat scoured the ocean for the shark which killed 24-year old Benjamin Charles Linden. The man was surfing with a friend about one hundred metres from shore, four kilometres south of Wedge Island, on Saturday when he was attacked - and reportedly bitten in half- by what was described as a "massive" great white shark. Linden was the fifth person killed by a shark off WA's southwest coast in less than a year. His remains have yet to be recovered. Baited hooks had been removed from the area on Saturday night and the Fisheries Department was considering calling off the search as weather conditions deteriorated. Local police and volunteers continued to search beaches with quad bikes and four-wheel vehicles for the remains. Police on Sunday said Linden's family wished to thank emergency services and volunteers involved in the search for their missing son. Local surfers said they had noticed a large shark in the vicinity in the previous four days and had nicknamed it "Brutus" due to its large size. And even though the shark is still free to launch potentially another deadly attack many surfers are still surfing. At Cottosloe Beach, a longboard surfing competition, formerly known as the Whalebone Classic, began. The organiser of the competition, Peter Dunn, wasn't too worried about shark attacks. "It will never stop surfers from going in the water. Once you are a surfer - and only a surfer knows the feeling - we cannot stop surfing. We are addicted." At Wedge Island, local surfer Tim Hancock turned up to surf, but then had second thoughts. "There's no more surfing by yourself up here anymore," he said. "Solo surfs I think are finished now. A thing of the past, for me anyway," Hancock added. 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 07-15-12 0615EDT
MISC. SPORTS
SURFING SURFERS 1960s LONGBOARDS
Outremer.le mag: [issue of January 27, 2023]
FR3 / France 3
SURFING HALL OF FAME INDUCTIONS (8/3/2002)
WORLD CHAMPION SURFERS KELLY SLATER AND LISA ANDERSEN ARE HONORED IN THE HUNTINGTON SURF AND SPORT HALL OF FAME OF SURFING.
ZIMMERMAN TRIAL 062713 START TIME 17:05 - HD
INT BROLL GEORGE ZIMMERMAN TRAYVON MARTIN TRIAL / SWITCHED POOL FEED **NOTE: JUDGE'S COMMENTS IN CAPS **NAMES OF WITNESSES IN RED **VISUAL DESCRIPTIONS IN (PARENTHESES) **GOOD STATEMENTS/VIDEO BOLD 17:14:14 did any of those screams on 911 call now sound they may have been the cries you heard? it could be 17:14:38 on that 911 call that you did listen to, didn't hear your voice at all did you? well it wasn't something that I was really paying much attention to, you know. but no I never did 17:15:09 yelled to neighbor across the court yard? correct. didn't hear on tape though? well as I said... I have not paid much attention to those details, but I could say no 17:15:37 I'm just saying that having yelled didn't make it onto that tape? well that would depend on which recording you're talking about.. there's not just one. anyone who was further away from me you can't here it there... the only one that could've picked it up was the one that Mary was making 17:16:23 do you know you yelled to your neighbor before Mary got on her call, didn't you? well everything happened so quickly, wouldn't be able to assure you of that 17:16:52 heard the noise to be the gun shot, did not know it was a gunshot then, correct? correct 17:17:03 you said you thought it was like a child's longboard, like a skateboard? correct. slapping on cement? correct. that's what you thought you heard? that's so 17:17:27 because kids play out there and you've heard similar noises before? that is so. more sense to be from child than gun shot? of course 17:17:53 hear that noise, thinking it was child, went to find out what it was? that is so 17:18:09 left kitchen area, went to sliding door and that was partially opened, but you opened the rest of the way to go out? it was opened so far that I was able to come across... without opening further? mmm no 17:18:43 demonstrate something because I'm wondering if you could tell us and show us when you heard the noise what you did in the kitchen with the coffee, how you left go to the sliding door, got through it, to the patio and look down? of course 17:19:26 may the witness step down. YOU MAY STEP DOWN 17:19:39 presume you were not wearing high heels? no. suggest you take them off or apologize for you to do it in heels (she takes them out) 17:20:07 set the stage and tell us where you were and what you did and what you had to get around to do it..... 17:20:23 similar to architecture... sliding door in this area.... column.... kitchen.... this is where the counter is, counter here.... and there's a wall here on the other side... work area where we have the sink and window.... and this was my position (Demonstrating) 17:21:48 as close to the speed you think you did, clap my hands... if you looked at the window when you heard the noise... coffee in your hand... tell me what you did and do in the timing you did it... water already in coffee, put the cup and then I heard the cries 17:22:32 when you heard the noise, not the cries. 17:22:42 the sound..... I ran..... cross.... and I grab the column and went like this to look around...... do it again 17:23:16 in the time that you did it.... the other person in the kitchen with me was Mary on the other side like reclining... heard noise, ran, crossed and peered. (running around the courtroom) 17:24:07 looked down and that's when you saw the people in the area that you talked about already? correct 17:24:27 said at that point still dark? yeah 17:24:36 could not see well? the little light there was from different houses did not allow you to see clearly, but could still see the shapes 17:25:08 a person crouching down over another person? correct. did that person... you see his back? 17:25:30 like this... not on knees but standing like this? well I have always said ... to me what I saw was the person with knees on the ground. 17:25:57 person on top with knees on ground? yes. 17:26:04 hands on person who was underneath? he must've had on some part of other person because of what he was doing to maintain balance 17:26:29 did something with his pocket? no not at all 17:26:36 in deposition, something near his pocket? no absolutely not 17:26:50 person on top, moving their hands or arms at all? no 17:27:24 person on top, did not respond the first two times you called to him, correct? correct 17:27:37 third time he said just call the police? correct 17:27:54 then got up, correct? correct. walking around? walking in the direction of the trash cans and returned to the body.... and I would assume he did it two or three times before the person with flashlight showed up 17:28:41 putting hand on head? correct. how did he look, what was he doing? not a matter of me giving an opinion, but he had one hand on head... I would assume in a position like a person whose concerned. 17:29:35 did he... acting like he was confused? not to my understanding 17:29:51 remember in deposition we asked a question about your impression that he might be confused about what just happened? it's possible, yes 17:30:15 remember answer? well I have mentioned that for me... he was acting like concern 17:30:44 sort of like he couldn't believe that just happened? Objection! ill approach with her answer in the deposition 17:31:05 focus attention on page 25... starting with line 6... chance to review? yes 17:31:42 did you and how? Objection! Speculation! PROPER WAY IS TO ACT IF IT CHANGES 17:32:10 in response... HAS THAT REFRESHED HER RECOLLECTION 17:32:21 did that refresh your recollection? yes 17:32:33 how would you describe his behavior? Objection! HER DESCRIPTION, OVERRULED 17:32:46 how he acted? well if I remember correctly, he was acting like in a concern manner.. I mean.... well it really in a way like what just happened, like confused and in my own words I could use other words to describe from my point what it appeared like 17:33:54 accurate he looked confused to you? it could be 17:34:04 and was walking away from body and toward the dog thing and had hands here and here at some point? from the shadows, he definitely had one on head and the other around the waste 17:34:36 like here or here? and a hand over here.......... walked in that direction, came back, walked again, came back, walked again and the man with flash light turned up 17:35:12 walked up, back, walk, back, walk back and the man with flash light came? correct 17:35:27 what led you to believe he was acting confused? it could be, uh huh 17:35:57 asked if you had known Zimmerman before that night, had you? never 17:36:09 did you ever... when the man with flash light there, get better look at Zimmerman? no 17:36:32 never saw him again that night? the person with flash light or Zimmerman.... Zimmerman? I've never seen him in person, just the photo shown of him 17:37:10 leaning over the body, stood up... see blood? no 17:37:27 how about on his nose as he was walking back those two times? like I said from beginning... so dark that what little light there was, not allow you to determine details and position 17:38:24 nothing further REDIRECT 17:38:31 what was going on in that man's mind, when walking back and forth? no... well I can't, not capable of putting words into his mind or thoughts 17:39:03 states 37.... do the bushes I've circle same height as the one behind your residence? there exactly the same as well as that plastic divider there between the bushes and porch 17:39:50 columns the same as the rest of the yards? yes 17:39:58 that's all I have 17:40:02 MAY SHE BE EXCUSED? she may. YOU ARE EXCUSED 17:40:17 RECESS FOR EVENING... START AT 9 AM... INSTRUCTIONS: NOT TO DISCUSS THE CASE WITH ANYONE. NO TV OR RADIO REPORTS. NO ELECTRONIC DEVICE FOR RESEARCH. NOT TO READ OR CREATE SOCIAL MEDIA ABOUT CASE. ASSURANCE? yes. PUT NOTEPADS DOWN, FOLLOW JARVIS 17:41:28 MAY BE SEATED.. ANYTHING TO TAKE UP BEFORE WE REST FOR EVENING. mantei: deposition was taken... waiting for recording to provide council... have issue resolved... LET ME KNOW THE PROGRESS OF THAT. mantei: he's gone, left for 6 weeks... possibility he will be potentially reachable by skype.. LET ME KNOW HOW THAT PROGRESSES 17:42:35 COURT IN RECESS UNTIL 9 AM ====================================== The last person to speak with 17 year-old Trayvon Martin before he was killed will be back on the stand in the murder trial of George Zimmerman. During questioning from the prosecution Wednesday, 19-year-old Rachel Jeantel gave testimony that supported their view that the neighborhood watch volunteer was the aggressor. But she was also hard to hear and came across as combative when the defense had their chance to question her --repeatedly calling Jeantel a liar. Her cross-examination is expected to last a few more hours today. The judge also allowed the jury to hear several calls Zimmerman made to a nonemergency police number to report suspicious characters in his neighborhood. Prosecutors argued the calls would give jurors a window into Zimmerman's state of mind the night of the shooting, and that he was following Martin because of a growing frustration that the suspicious people he reported were "getting away."
MISC. SPORTS
SURFING 1960s LONGBOARDS. CU FEET ON SURFBOARD. BOY HANGS TEN.
NTL : Storm (2249 - 2349)
Florida Storm footage 9/4/04 MARASH FEED #2A (material fed in from over the weekend 9/4 & 9/5) PROJECT: 090604 BIN: 2 MARASH 2A DV # 1 22:51:20 start of tape Marsash Standup #1 (SATURDAY) at Indialantic Beach 22:51:35 Marash standup #1A: "Twelve noon on Saturday high tide at indiaatlantic beach on the barrier island just east of melbourne, florida. Here in the lee of this big roll of sea grapes it seems pretty calm but let me step out into the breeze here. The winds have been blowing here at a steady 50 mile and hour gail for the past hour or so and for the past 12 hours band after band of this hurricane have blown through here bringing with it wind and rain. End: 22:52:05 22:52:14 Marash standup #1B (high winds) 22:52:59 Marash standup #1C 22:53:42 Marash standup #1D Indialantic Beach B-roll 22:54:20 broll of wind 22:54:36 two people in yellow rain coats on a stairwell 22:55:04 exterior of a one hour photo store 22:55:15 banks of the beach strong wind 22:55:28 pov walking down a wooden ramp 22:55:46 aftermath a wooden sign in a circular plant container 22:55:55 OCEAN VIEW sign on a gray tarp covered shop covered with a & a big blue dolphin sign Weather Channel REPORTER JIM CANTORE Broll 22:58:32 broll of reporter from live position 22:58:56 ts of reporter updating local broadcast 22:59:25 joined by local meteorologist 22:59:51 pan up of both reporters 23:00:04 ts of cameraman positioned at back of suv vehicle Marash Interview with Jim Cantore, Reporter from the Weather Channel 23:00:30 Marash: Jim, in laymen's terms, the 16 hours from sundown 8 pm Saturday to noon Sunday were hellacious. Meteorologically, what was going on in Brevard County for that 16 hours? 23:00:45 Jim Cantore: It was a just a constant pounding of wind and rain and just a beating and I don't care how weak or strong your structure is, water will make it's way in with that type of relentless rain fall. 23:00:58 Marash: A lot of structures are rated safe for category five on the presumption that like most hurricanes it's going to behave it's going to hit you for an hour and go on and hit somebody else. But a 15, 16, 20 hour pounding, I take in terms of stress on a physical structure equals a category four or five. 23:01:19 Jim Cantore: Well, I wouldn't say that actually because of the fact that you're talking about an exponential relationship between a category one to a category five- in an intensity of the hurricane and the power that it forces on the building. Like I was telling you earlier, as far as the water the duration the longevity of this wind driven rain, it is going to find it's way in. It's going to creep in to any little hole especially, on the east side which is what we dealt with northeast and southeast winds so that alone will cause it's own damage. 23:01:56 Marash: If you think of that whirling hurricane as the kind of buzz saw, we were on the cutting edge here for hours after hours. 23:02:06 Jim Cantore: Yes we were. Yes we were. Winds sustained at strong tropical storm force gusting at hurricane force. One of the amazing things to me is that seven hours after land fall.seven hours after land fall we get the maximum gust on the Florida coast line of Cape Canaveral at a hundred and twenty four miles per hour. 23:02:23 Marash: put this storm in historical context- is, is this a once in a lifetime once in a history book storm. 23:02:30 Jim Cantore: Well I hope so, for the state of Florida I'll tell you that right now. Because after Charlie and now after Frances and now maybe, possible dealing with Ivan. And that's just unbelievable we've never had anything like that where a state has been hit that many times with the kind of the storms these have been. 23:02:46 Marash: Meteorologically, what goes into a historically terrible hurricane season like this one where as you say Charlie two and a half weeks later, Frances and now Ivan seems to be only about a week out if that. 23:03:03 Jim Cantore : Well, How many named storms have we had so far? 23:03:06 Marash: Well, this is six. 23:03:07 Jim Cantore: Okay, so only two . 23:03:09 Marash: Ivan is nine. 23:03;10 Jim Cantore: Only two of them has affected land. That is a terrible hurricane season when most of your storms that develop affect land masses in the United States particularly. 23:02:20 Marash: Does a track become a rut in that one storm follows another down a meteorological path? 23:03:28 Jim Cantore: we have seen that before. WE saw it I can't recall the year but it was the year where two storms kind of followed each other. And certainly, we're starting to see storms develop kind of in the same general area east of the islands in the east central atlantic and then make their way on toward the west. Now whether this one comes up toward florida or goes into the gulf of mexico it is too early to say. 23:03:55 Marash: Mid afternoon Sunday, we are over the worst of it here now other than the picking up and assessing the damage. 23:04:02 Jim Cantore: Yes, yeah the worst is over as far as what's happening meteorologically. But for people who may or may not get a chance to return to their homes, that that hell continues. 23:04:20 SET UP SHOT, JIM CANTORE 23:04:31 SET UP SHOT, MARASH Marash Interview with Wayne Chapple, Overnited at CORNCORDIA LUTEHRAN CHURCH 23:05:36 Marash: Wayne, there was a mandatory evacuation order for this place but you decided to stay anyway why? 23:05:43 Wayne Chapple: Well, we wanted to be close to our homes. The Mickle shelter we heard was already filled. We knew that the church itself was a pretty solid structure and several well, there was eight Christians decided the lord's house was the best place. So we came here. 23:06:07 Marash: Tell me what it was like over this long windy night. 23:06:10 Wayne Chapple: It was a terrible night, we hardly slept. Our air conditioning went out. You know we just kept hearing the howling and the howling. The shingles were coming off the roof and we could hear em being peeled off and that sort of thing. There's a vent at the very top of the building and it would glump every so often and would scare us all to death. 23:06:40 I guess this is off by itself, could you hear any.. a lot of the aluminum sheeting and aluminum roof was coming off and that makes a tremendous clatter. Could you hear any of that? 23:06:50 Wayne Chapple: No, we didn't hear any of that because the church is far enough outside the bay to hear that sort of thing.. We watched the Baptists church across the street, we watched their sign disintegrate however. 23:07:05 Marash: How did this building survive the storm? 23:07:08 Wayne Chapple: Well, we haven't had anybody come as yet but we have seen a number of our the shingles off the roof so we know that there is a problem there. The windows here in on what we call our patio, the rain was driven into the building and so that's why we're here now trying to clean up the water that's why we're here. 23:07:30 Marash: Have you had a chance to check your home? 23:07:33 Wayne Chapple: Yes, I went by my home um, I've lost a lot of shingles but structurally, it's there my car port is still there. But, siding was the main issue with mine. But, there doesn't appear to be any leaks in the building so I am very pleased about that. 23:07:54 Marash: If you had to do it over again, would you try and ride out the storm again or would you, would you evacuate? 23:08:02 Wayne Chapple: That's so hard to say because we could never get a real tracking of the storm. We have friends who went to Georgia, then next thing I knew they were in Mississippi up to Alabama. We've got friends all over the place and they were hop-scotching trying to find a safe place because every time they got a new track on the storm, they were on the way again. So, our friends that are. they're gambling in Biloxi. They could be hit with this storm because I understand that it's going to turn into a hurricane again. 23:08:41 Marash: Well, you know, if you think about that hurricane as a kind of circular saw, you were here right on the eye wall. 23:08:50 dropped off logging SET UP Wayne Chapple & BROLL CORNCORDIA LUTHERAN CHURCH 23:09:26 SET UP, Dave Marash 23:10:05 SET UP, Two shot 23:10:35 Pan Right empty church 23:10:52 Broll Chapple mopping the leaked in water from the floor Dave Marash Standup #2 (SUNDAY) at Barefoot Bay Community: 23:12:17 Marash Standup 2A: It's about 4:30 Sunday afternoon, the high winds have been blowing the rains been falling for about 30 hours. And here in this community of Barefoot Bay what's really remarkable is the randomness of the damage. End 23:13:07 23:13:15 Marash Standup Take 2B: "Pit bulls inside" boarded -up shop 23:17:45 wide shot of street 23:18:21 wide shot of boarded store front of the Longboard House driving shot boarded up stores 23:18:50 sailboat "Cloudbreak" being lashed by waves 23:19:59 medium shot of sailboat tipped to the left 23:20:36 ts of boat and pull out to ms yacht being pummeled 23:21:08 wide shot of yacht in the distance 23:21:36 ts of yacht trees being lashed 23:21:44 yacht in waves 23:21:53 guy walking on causeway 23:22:20 wide shot downed light poles 23:23:41 guy walking over down light pole waves breaking on breakwater 23:24:32 23:25:47 ts of waves sunk powerboat "Kingfisher" 23:26:16 23:27:13 from a different angle Stop sign gyrating wildly- Rocky Pt Rd 23:27:38 Stupid fat family standing by side of road 23:29:41 Sailboat listing to starboard- actually aground 23:32:04 DV #2 (Sgt. Todd Maddox) will need to be refed. Drive around with Sgt Todd Maddox, Brevard County Sheriff's Dept 23:33:51 23:34:23 On radio: "Barefoot Bay, is anybody still in the homes down there or are they pretty much all gone?" 23:36: 32 DM: Did Charley come thru here? 23:36:34 SGT: Yes sir. A little damage up at the north end of the county, several thousand people without power up there. Some trees and power lines down. 23:37:00 DM: question on lootng? 23:37:03 We've had already a couple of attempts today. We caught one guy up near Melbourne attempted to rob an elderly lady at one of the local hotels 23:37:25 Melbourne police picked up couple of people trying to break into a building and I believe one of the beachside towns also picked up somebody. 23:37: 47 DM: How long are you going to be able to stay out on the street and when do you have to.? 23:37:51 SGT: We're gonna stay out til approx. 55-60 mph sustained winds. A large portion of our crew now are going back to designated areas, designated safe areas that are hurricane rated for higher winds. They're going to stay in those particular spots and to be dispatched accordingly to calls to emergency calls. We're not responding to anything we take now it has to be life threatening or taken on a call by call basis. 23:38:35 question on lights down on causeway 23:38:41 We've actually shut down the causeways, the two major causeways here in Melbourne going over to the beachside are shut down for traffic except for law enforcement and fire. FAST_FWD 23:43:52 Broll of GPS monitor in Sgt's veheicle (barely any audio) DM: SGT: Its probably one of the few communities of such a large size as far as mobile homes, modular homes go. It one of the larger retirement communities in the country. It has a population of 15-17000 people. DM: this is an area that been under a mandatory evac order for more than 24 hours but I take it there are still maybe a dozen holdouts? SGT: Yes sir. According to the Fire Dept and they have their names and identification there are about a dozen people that refuse to leave and they have been under a mandatory evacuation actually since Thursday. This particular area here will take the brunt of the hurricane force winds when it does come ashore. Driving shots in the rain Smashed traffic light
Outremer.le mag: [issue of January 26, 2023]
FR3 / France 3
AVIATION
ABERCROMBIE & FINCH COMPANY. MAN SHOPS FOR SURFBOARD, POINTS TO ONE IN SHOP. 1960s LONGBOARDS.
Special show with Gilles Elie-Dit-Cossaque
FR3 / France 3
Asphalt,Arm,Recreation,Photography,Headgear,Fun,Tree,Hand,Longboard,Vacation,Smile,Cap,Sports equipment
NTL : Storm (2249 - 2349)
Florida Storm footage 9/4/04 MARASH FEED #2A (material fed in from over the weekend 9/4 & 9/5) PROJECT: 090604 BIN: 2 MARASH 2A DV # 1 22:51:20 start of tape Marsash Standup #1 (SATURDAY) at Indialantic Beach 22:51:35 Marash standup #1A: "Twelve noon on Saturday high tide at indiaatlantic beach on the barrier island just east of melbourne, florida. Here in the lee of this big roll of sea grapes it seems pretty calm but let me step out into the breeze here. The winds have been blowing here at a steady 50 mile and hour gail for the past hour or so and for the past 12 hours band after band of this hurricane have blown through here bringing with it wind and rain. End: 22:52:05 22:52:14 Marash standup #1B (high winds) 22:52:59 Marash standup #1C 22:53:42 Marash standup #1D Indialantic Beach B-roll 22:54:20 broll of wind 22:54:36 two people in yellow rain coats on a stairwell 22:55:04 exterior of a one hour photo store 22:55:15 banks of the beach strong wind 22:55:28 pov walking down a wooden ramp 22:55:46 aftermath a wooden sign in a circular plant container 22:55:55 OCEAN VIEW sign on a gray tarp covered shop covered with a & a big blue dolphin sign Weather Channel REPORTER JIM CANTORE Broll 22:58:32 broll of reporter from live position 22:58:56 ts of reporter updating local broadcast 22:59:25 joined by local meteorologist 22:59:51 pan up of both reporters 23:00:04 ts of cameraman positioned at back of suv vehicle Marash Interview with Jim Cantore, Reporter from the Weather Channel 23:00:30 Marash: Jim, in laymen's terms, the 16 hours from sundown 8 pm Saturday to noon Sunday were hellacious. Meteorologically, what was going on in Brevard County for that 16 hours? 23:00:45 Jim Cantore: It was a just a constant pounding of wind and rain and just a beating and I don't care how weak or strong your structure is, water will make it's way in with that type of relentless rain fall. 23:00:58 Marash: A lot of structures are rated safe for category five on the presumption that like most hurricanes it's going to behave it's going to hit you for an hour and go on and hit somebody else. But a 15, 16, 20 hour pounding, I take in terms of stress on a physical structure equals a category four or five. 23:01:19 Jim Cantore: Well, I wouldn't say that actually because of the fact that you're talking about an exponential relationship between a category one to a category five- in an intensity of the hurricane and the power that it forces on the building. Like I was telling you earlier, as far as the water the duration the longevity of this wind driven rain, it is going to find it's way in. It's going to creep in to any little hole especially, on the east side which is what we dealt with northeast and southeast winds so that alone will cause it's own damage. 23:01:56 Marash: If you think of that whirling hurricane as the kind of buzz saw, we were on the cutting edge here for hours after hours. 23:02:06 Jim Cantore: Yes we were. Yes we were. Winds sustained at strong tropical storm force gusting at hurricane force. One of the amazing things to me is that seven hours after land fall.seven hours after land fall we get the maximum gust on the Florida coast line of Cape Canaveral at a hundred and twenty four miles per hour. 23:02:23 Marash: put this storm in historical context- is, is this a once in a lifetime once in a history book storm. 23:02:30 Jim Cantore: Well I hope so, for the state of Florida I'll tell you that right now. Because after Charlie and now after Frances and now maybe, possible dealing with Ivan. And that's just unbelievable we've never had anything like that where a state has been hit that many times with the kind of the storms these have been. 23:02:46 Marash: Meteorologically, what goes into a historically terrible hurricane season like this one where as you say Charlie two and a half weeks later, Frances and now Ivan seems to be only about a week out if that. 23:03:03 Jim Cantore : Well, How many named storms have we had so far? 23:03:06 Marash: Well, this is six. 23:03:07 Jim Cantore: Okay, so only two . 23:03:09 Marash: Ivan is nine. 23:03;10 Jim Cantore: Only two of them has affected land. That is a terrible hurricane season when most of your storms that develop affect land masses in the United States particularly. 23:02:20 Marash: Does a track become a rut in that one storm follows another down a meteorological path? 23:03:28 Jim Cantore: we have seen that before. WE saw it I can't recall the year but it was the year where two storms kind of followed each other. And certainly, we're starting to see storms develop kind of in the same general area east of the islands in the east central atlantic and then make their way on toward the west. Now whether this one comes up toward florida or goes into the gulf of mexico it is too early to say. 23:03:55 Marash: Mid afternoon Sunday, we are over the worst of it here now other than the picking up and assessing the damage. 23:04:02 Jim Cantore: Yes, yeah the worst is over as far as what's happening meteorologically. But for people who may or may not get a chance to return to their homes, that that hell continues. 23:04:20 SET UP SHOT, JIM CANTORE 23:04:31 SET UP SHOT, MARASH Marash Interview with Wayne Chapple, Overnited at CORNCORDIA LUTEHRAN CHURCH 23:05:36 Marash: Wayne, there was a mandatory evacuation order for this place but you decided to stay anyway why? 23:05:43 Wayne Chapple: Well, we wanted to be close to our homes. The Mickle shelter we heard was already filled. We knew that the church itself was a pretty solid structure and several well, there was eight Christians decided the lord's house was the best place. So we came here. 23:06:07 Marash: Tell me what it was like over this long windy night. 23:06:10 Wayne Chapple: It was a terrible night, we hardly slept. Our air conditioning went out. You know we just kept hearing the howling and the howling. The shingles were coming off the roof and we could hear em being peeled off and that sort of thing. There's a vent at the very top of the building and it would glump every so often and would scare us all to death. 23:06:40 I guess this is off by itself, could you hear any.. a lot of the aluminum sheeting and aluminum roof was coming off and that makes a tremendous clatter. Could you hear any of that? 23:06:50 Wayne Chapple: No, we didn't hear any of that because the church is far enough outside the bay to hear that sort of thing.. We watched the Baptists church across the street, we watched their sign disintegrate however. 23:07:05 Marash: How did this building survive the storm? 23:07:08 Wayne Chapple: Well, we haven't had anybody come as yet but we have seen a number of our the shingles off the roof so we know that there is a problem there. The windows here in on what we call our patio, the rain was driven into the building and so that's why we're here now trying to clean up the water that's why we're here. 23:07:30 Marash: Have you had a chance to check your home? 23:07:33 Wayne Chapple: Yes, I went by my home um, I've lost a lot of shingles but structurally, it's there my car port is still there. But, siding was the main issue with mine. But, there doesn't appear to be any leaks in the building so I am very pleased about that. 23:07:54 Marash: If you had to do it over again, would you try and ride out the storm again or would you, would you evacuate? 23:08:02 Wayne Chapple: That's so hard to say because we could never get a real tracking of the storm. We have friends who went to Georgia, then next thing I knew they were in Mississippi up to Alabama. We've got friends all over the place and they were hop-scotching trying to find a safe place because every time they got a new track on the storm, they were on the way again. So, our friends that are. they're gambling in Biloxi. They could be hit with this storm because I understand that it's going to turn into a hurricane again. 23:08:41 Marash: Well, you know, if you think about that hurricane as a kind of circular saw, you were here right on the eye wall. 23:08:50 dropped off logging SET UP Wayne Chapple & BROLL CORNCORDIA LUTHERAN CHURCH 23:09:26 SET UP, Dave Marash 23:10:05 SET UP, Two shot 23:10:35 Pan Right empty church 23:10:52 Broll Chapple mopping the leaked in water from the floor Dave Marash Standup #2 (SUNDAY) at Barefoot Bay Community: 23:12:17 Marash Standup 2A: It's about 4:30 Sunday afternoon, the high winds have been blowing the rains been falling for about 30 hours. And here in this community of Barefoot Bay what's really remarkable is the randomness of the damage. End 23:13:07 23:13:15 Marash Standup Take 2B: "Pit bulls inside" boarded -up shop 23:17:45 wide shot of street 23:18:21 wide shot of boarded store front of the Longboard House driving shot boarded up stores 23:18:50 sailboat "Cloudbreak" being lashed by waves 23:19:59 medium shot of sailboat tipped to the left 23:20:36 ts of boat and pull out to ms yacht being pummeled 23:21:08 wide shot of yacht in the distance 23:21:36 ts of yacht trees being lashed 23:21:44 yacht in waves 23:21:53 guy walking on causeway 23:22:20 wide shot downed light poles 23:23:41 guy walking over down light pole waves breaking on breakwater 23:24:32 23:25:47 ts of waves sunk powerboat "Kingfisher" 23:26:16 23:27:13 from a different angle Stop sign gyrating wildly- Rocky Pt Rd 23:27:38 Stupid fat family standing by side of road 23:29:41 Sailboat listing to starboard- actually aground 23:32:04 DV #2 (Sgt. Todd Maddox) will need to be refed. Drive around with Sgt Todd Maddox, Brevard County Sheriff's Dept 23:33:51 23:34:23 On radio: "Barefoot Bay, is anybody still in the homes down there or are they pretty much all gone?" 23:36: 32 DM: Did Charley come thru here? 23:36:34 SGT: Yes sir. A little damage up at the north end of the county, several thousand people without power up there. Some trees and power lines down. 23:37:00 DM: question on lootng? 23:37:03 We've had already a couple of attempts today. We caught one guy up near Melbourne attempted to rob an elderly lady at one of the local hotels 23:37:25 Melbourne police picked up couple of people trying to break into a building and I believe one of the beachside towns also picked up somebody. 23:37: 47 DM: How long are you going to be able to stay out on the street and when do you have to.? 23:37:51 SGT: We're gonna stay out til approx. 55-60 mph sustained winds. A large portion of our crew now are going back to designated areas, designated safe areas that are hurricane rated for higher winds. They're going to stay in those particular spots and to be dispatched accordingly to calls to emergency calls. We're not responding to anything we take now it has to be life threatening or taken on a call by call basis. 23:38:35 question on lights down on causeway 23:38:41 We've actually shut down the causeways, the two major causeways here in Melbourne going over to the beachside are shut down for traffic except for law enforcement and fire. FAST_FWD 23:43:52 Broll of GPS monitor in Sgt's veheicle (barely any audio) DM: SGT: Its probably one of the few communities of such a large size as far as mobile homes, modular homes go. It one of the larger retirement communities in the country. It has a population of 15-17000 people. DM: this is an area that been under a mandatory evac order for more than 24 hours but I take it there are still maybe a dozen holdouts? SGT: Yes sir. According to the Fire Dept and they have their names and identification there are about a dozen people that refuse to leave and they have been under a mandatory evacuation actually since Thursday. This particular area here will take the brunt of the hurricane force winds when it does come ashore. Driving shots in the rain Smashed traffic light
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EMPTY MODERN OFFICE INT, NEW BORN BABY, TRAIN AT SUNSET, COLORFUL REFLECTIONS, POPPY, LILIES, DAIISES, SUNSETS; DX INT WS of empty office w/view of ocean, pan around room to reveal office and exterior; DX INT MS HIGH ANGLE, of empty office, pans around room; DX INT WS PAN of large room filled with office cubicles, empty no employees; DX EXT WS high angle of train driving by missionary; DX INT HS of empty office cubicle; DX INT LS of research area in office, shelves filled w/books; DX INT WS of three offices with window views, shot from hallway; DX INT WS PAN of drawing room office, blue prints on wall; DX INT WS PAN of small office cubicle, VAR of entire office, filled w/blue prints, office w/window view, flag waving on pole ;DX INT CU of rolled up blue prints sitting atop of desk w/other papers, scattered looking desk; DX EXT WS of longboard surfers riding waves; DX INT CU of newborn baby in crib w/pumpkin, crying of course, CU baby's feet, CU eyes, MS baby playing in crib; DX INT VAR shot of new born baby in crib, various looks and outfits, and close-ups of mouth, eyes, feet, etc; DX EXT WS of ominous sun peaking thru rolling clouds w/industrial machinery in fg, nice shot; DX EXT VAR of cheerful yelllow and orange painted daisies in country side setting, blowing in the wind happy, happy; DX EXT WS of lonely sunset at beach, no peds, panning shots of ominous clouds and colorful sky; DX EXT low angle panning shot of twin-engine cessna flying into dark clouds, very dangerous looking; DX EXT WS of bridge crossing ocean inlet at golden hour, silhouetted by colorful sky, San Clemente bridge probally; DX EXT Z-IN on colorful reflections of water from sunset, Z-out to reveal train crossing bridge, nice shot; DX EXT WS cars silhouetted at sunset as they drive by on road, WS of same bridge with cars, panning shot of bridge; DX EXT LS of storm waves crashing onto beach past lifeguard stand; DX EXT WS of placid lake w/tree branches in fg, WS of same lake with lonely barren tree in center of frame; DX EXT VAR of vibrant poppy flowers in field, ECU of bumble bee extracting nectar from poppy flower; DX EXT CU of lavender like sage flower in the wild, WS of pink, orange, and white lily farm; DX EXT WS of classic golden sunset in California w/silhouetted palm trees in fg; DX EXT Z-IN modern condo with house lights on at dusk ;
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Florida Storm footage 9/4/04 MARASH FEED #2A (material fed in from over the weekend 9/4 & 9/5) PROJECT: 090604 BIN: 2 MARASH 2A DV # 1 22:51:20 start of tape Marsash Standup #1 (SATURDAY) at Indialantic Beach 22:51:35 Marash standup #1A: "Twelve noon on Saturday high tide at indiaatlantic beach on the barrier island just east of melbourne, florida. Here in the lee of this big roll of sea grapes it seems pretty calm but let me step out into the breeze here. The winds have been blowing here at a steady 50 mile and hour gail for the past hour or so and for the past 12 hours band after band of this hurricane have blown through here bringing with it wind and rain. End: 22:52:05 22:52:14 Marash standup #1B (high winds) 22:52:59 Marash standup #1C 22:53:42 Marash standup #1D Indialantic Beach B-roll 22:54:20 broll of wind 22:54:36 two people in yellow rain coats on a stairwell 22:55:04 exterior of a one hour photo store 22:55:15 banks of the beach strong wind 22:55:28 pov walking down a wooden ramp 22:55:46 aftermath a wooden sign in a circular plant container 22:55:55 OCEAN VIEW sign on a gray tarp covered shop covered with a & a big blue dolphin sign Weather Channel REPORTER JIM CANTORE Broll 22:58:32 broll of reporter from live position 22:58:56 ts of reporter updating local broadcast 22:59:25 joined by local meteorologist 22:59:51 pan up of both reporters 23:00:04 ts of cameraman positioned at back of suv vehicle Marash Interview with Jim Cantore, Reporter from the Weather Channel 23:00:30 Marash: Jim, in laymen's terms, the 16 hours from sundown 8 pm Saturday to noon Sunday were hellacious. Meteorologically, what was going on in Brevard County for that 16 hours? 23:00:45 Jim Cantore: It was a just a constant pounding of wind and rain and just a beating and I don't care how weak or strong your structure is, water will make it's way in with that type of relentless rain fall. 23:00:58 Marash: A lot of structures are rated safe for category five on the presumption that like most hurricanes it's going to behave it's going to hit you for an hour and go on and hit somebody else. But a 15, 16, 20 hour pounding, I take in terms of stress on a physical structure equals a category four or five. 23:01:19 Jim Cantore: Well, I wouldn't say that actually because of the fact that you're talking about an exponential relationship between a category one to a category five- in an intensity of the hurricane and the power that it forces on the building. Like I was telling you earlier, as far as the water the duration the longevity of this wind driven rain, it is going to find it's way in. It's going to creep in to any little hole especially, on the east side which is what we dealt with northeast and southeast winds so that alone will cause it's own damage. 23:01:56 Marash: If you think of that whirling hurricane as the kind of buzz saw, we were on the cutting edge here for hours after hours. 23:02:06 Jim Cantore: Yes we were. Yes we were. Winds sustained at strong tropical storm force gusting at hurricane force. One of the amazing things to me is that seven hours after land fall.seven hours after land fall we get the maximum gust on the Florida coast line of Cape Canaveral at a hundred and twenty four miles per hour. 23:02:23 Marash: put this storm in historical context- is, is this a once in a lifetime once in a history book storm. 23:02:30 Jim Cantore: Well I hope so, for the state of Florida I'll tell you that right now. Because after Charlie and now after Frances and now maybe, possible dealing with Ivan. And that's just unbelievable we've never had anything like that where a state has been hit that many times with the kind of the storms these have been. 23:02:46 Marash: Meteorologically, what goes into a historically terrible hurricane season like this one where as you say Charlie two and a half weeks later, Frances and now Ivan seems to be only about a week out if that. 23:03:03 Jim Cantore : Well, How many named storms have we had so far? 23:03:06 Marash: Well, this is six. 23:03:07 Jim Cantore: Okay, so only two . 23:03:09 Marash: Ivan is nine. 23:03;10 Jim Cantore: Only two of them has affected land. That is a terrible hurricane season when most of your storms that develop affect land masses in the United States particularly. 23:02:20 Marash: Does a track become a rut in that one storm follows another down a meteorological path? 23:03:28 Jim Cantore: we have seen that before. WE saw it I can't recall the year but it was the year where two storms kind of followed each other. And certainly, we're starting to see storms develop kind of in the same general area east of the islands in the east central atlantic and then make their way on toward the west. Now whether this one comes up toward florida or goes into the gulf of mexico it is too early to say. 23:03:55 Marash: Mid afternoon Sunday, we are over the worst of it here now other than the picking up and assessing the damage. 23:04:02 Jim Cantore: Yes, yeah the worst is over as far as what's happening meteorologically. But for people who may or may not get a chance to return to their homes, that that hell continues. 23:04:20 SET UP SHOT, JIM CANTORE 23:04:31 SET UP SHOT, MARASH Marash Interview with Wayne Chapple, Overnited at CORNCORDIA LUTEHRAN CHURCH 23:05:36 Marash: Wayne, there was a mandatory evacuation order for this place but you decided to stay anyway why? 23:05:43 Wayne Chapple: Well, we wanted to be close to our homes. The Mickle shelter we heard was already filled. We knew that the church itself was a pretty solid structure and several well, there was eight Christians decided the lord's house was the best place. So we came here. 23:06:07 Marash: Tell me what it was like over this long windy night. 23:06:10 Wayne Chapple: It was a terrible night, we hardly slept. Our air conditioning went out. You know we just kept hearing the howling and the howling. The shingles were coming off the roof and we could hear em being peeled off and that sort of thing. There's a vent at the very top of the building and it would glump every so often and would scare us all to death. 23:06:40 I guess this is off by itself, could you hear any.. a lot of the aluminum sheeting and aluminum roof was coming off and that makes a tremendous clatter. Could you hear any of that? 23:06:50 Wayne Chapple: No, we didn't hear any of that because the church is far enough outside the bay to hear that sort of thing.. We watched the Baptists church across the street, we watched their sign disintegrate however. 23:07:05 Marash: How did this building survive the storm? 23:07:08 Wayne Chapple: Well, we haven't had anybody come as yet but we have seen a number of our the shingles off the roof so we know that there is a problem there. The windows here in on what we call our patio, the rain was driven into the building and so that's why we're here now trying to clean up the water that's why we're here. 23:07:30 Marash: Have you had a chance to check your home? 23:07:33 Wayne Chapple: Yes, I went by my home um, I've lost a lot of shingles but structurally, it's there my car port is still there. But, siding was the main issue with mine. But, there doesn't appear to be any leaks in the building so I am very pleased about that. 23:07:54 Marash: If you had to do it over again, would you try and ride out the storm again or would you, would you evacuate? 23:08:02 Wayne Chapple: That's so hard to say because we could never get a real tracking of the storm. We have friends who went to Georgia, then next thing I knew they were in Mississippi up to Alabama. We've got friends all over the place and they were hop-scotching trying to find a safe place because every time they got a new track on the storm, they were on the way again. So, our friends that are. they're gambling in Biloxi. They could be hit with this storm because I understand that it's going to turn into a hurricane again. 23:08:41 Marash: Well, you know, if you think about that hurricane as a kind of circular saw, you were here right on the eye wall. 23:08:50 dropped off logging SET UP Wayne Chapple & BROLL CORNCORDIA LUTHERAN CHURCH 23:09:26 SET UP, Dave Marash 23:10:05 SET UP, Two shot 23:10:35 Pan Right empty church 23:10:52 Broll Chapple mopping the leaked in water from the floor Dave Marash Standup #2 (SUNDAY) at Barefoot Bay Community: 23:12:17 Marash Standup 2A: It's about 4:30 Sunday afternoon, the high winds have been blowing the rains been falling for about 30 hours. And here in this community of Barefoot Bay what's really remarkable is the randomness of the damage. End 23:13:07 23:13:15 Marash Standup Take 2B: "Pit bulls inside" boarded -up shop 23:17:45 wide shot of street 23:18:21 wide shot of boarded store front of the Longboard House driving shot boarded up stores 23:18:50 sailboat "Cloudbreak" being lashed by waves 23:19:59 medium shot of sailboat tipped to the left 23:20:36 ts of boat and pull out to ms yacht being pummeled 23:21:08 wide shot of yacht in the distance 23:21:36 ts of yacht trees being lashed 23:21:44 yacht in waves 23:21:53 guy walking on causeway 23:22:20 wide shot downed light poles 23:23:41 guy walking over down light pole waves breaking on breakwater 23:24:32 23:25:47 ts of waves sunk powerboat "Kingfisher" 23:26:16 23:27:13 from a different angle Stop sign gyrating wildly- Rocky Pt Rd 23:27:38 Stupid fat family standing by side of road 23:29:41 Sailboat listing to starboard- actually aground 23:32:04 DV #2 (Sgt. Todd Maddox) will need to be refed. Drive around with Sgt Todd Maddox, Brevard County Sheriff's Dept 23:33:51 23:34:23 On radio: "Barefoot Bay, is anybody still in the homes down there or are they pretty much all gone?" 23:36: 32 DM: Did Charley come thru here? 23:36:34 SGT: Yes sir. A little damage up at the north end of the county, several thousand people without power up there. Some trees and power lines down. 23:37:00 DM: question on lootng? 23:37:03 We've had already a couple of attempts today. We caught one guy up near Melbourne attempted to rob an elderly lady at one of the local hotels 23:37:25 Melbourne police picked up couple of people trying to break into a building and I believe one of the beachside towns also picked up somebody. 23:37: 47 DM: How long are you going to be able to stay out on the street and when do you have to.? 23:37:51 SGT: We're gonna stay out til approx. 55-60 mph sustained winds. A large portion of our crew now are going back to designated areas, designated safe areas that are hurricane rated for higher winds. They're going to stay in those particular spots and to be dispatched accordingly to calls to emergency calls. We're not responding to anything we take now it has to be life threatening or taken on a call by call basis. 23:38:35 question on lights down on causeway 23:38:41 We've actually shut down the causeways, the two major causeways here in Melbourne going over to the beachside are shut down for traffic except for law enforcement and fire. FAST_FWD 23:43:52 Broll of GPS monitor in Sgt's veheicle (barely any audio) DM: SGT: Its probably one of the few communities of such a large size as far as mobile homes, modular homes go. It one of the larger retirement communities in the country. It has a population of 15-17000 people. DM: this is an area that been under a mandatory evac order for more than 24 hours but I take it there are still maybe a dozen holdouts? SGT: Yes sir. According to the Fire Dept and they have their names and identification there are about a dozen people that refuse to leave and they have been under a mandatory evacuation actually since Thursday. This particular area here will take the brunt of the hurricane force winds when it does come ashore. Driving shots in the rain Smashed traffic light