The 1900 Great Storm and Raising Galveston.
The 1900 Galveston, Texas hurricane was the deadliest natural disaster in US history. The response to the massive destruction left in its wake was an engineering marvel.
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TORNADOES of 2017 - Adventure in Tornado Alley
A season in Tornado Alley capturing tornado videos, lightning, supercells and the occasional horny toad. I witnessed 14 tornadoes, saw a lot of beautiful storm structure and extraordinary lightning. For licensing 4k storm video contact email@example.com
In 2017, roughly 1400 tornadoes touched down in the United States. 14 of those tornadoes were deadly and only 3 of those tornadoes were in Tornado Alley. The tornado season came early this year and by January 23, there were 20 tornado related fatalities... Already more than the previous years totals. Though it was active year, many storm chasers considered 2017 a mediocre year in regards to photogenic tornado activity. Many tornado outbreaks occurred at night and were displaced outside Tornado Alley making them difficult to chase.
January 16 Houston TX tornadoes.
Early in the morning a couple weak tornadoes traversed Houston Texas during morning rush hour causing EF0 damage.
March 26 Ada Oklahoma funnel clouds.
Several funnel clouds loomed over Ada Oklahoma. A couple caused brief spin ups of dust.
March 28 Texas tornadoes.
A couple small tornadoes occurred near Abilene Texas with a photogenic cone topping off the event. Large hail and strong wind accompanied dramatic lightning ripping across the sky.
April 29, Canton Texas tornadoes.
Training supercells riding up a stalled boundary would drop tornadoes one after another in the Eustice and Canton Texas vicinity. The main events were a large EF4 tracking just west of Canton and a large EF3 tracking just east of Canton and striking the community of Fruitvale Texas.
May 9, Cochran County Texas brief tornado.
1 possible tornado and one confirmed brief rope tornado occurred after sunset.
May 16 McClean Texas and Elk City Oklahoma tornadoes
The first tube touched down and decayed near McClean Texas and another EF2 would strike Elk City Oklahoma
May 18, Chester Oklahoma tornadoes.
On a high risk day, a cyclical supercell would drop a few tornadoes near Chester Oklahoma.
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Atlanta's Most Expensive Homes
10 of the most expensive homes on the market in Atlanta Georgia. Bring a fat wallet because these homes start at $7,500,000 and skyrocket to $25,000,000. You'll even get a glimpse of Tyler Perry's lavish old home in Vinings, which tops the list. Let us know what you think about these homes and what type of film you'd like to see next in the comments section and please, Like and Subscribe to our channel.
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Abandoned - Toys R Us
After much request, today I wanted to take a deeper look into the worlds most famous and iconic children's toy store that became a staple of millions childhoods, only to crumble in 2018. Lets take a look at Toys R Us.
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Will Houston’s Post-Harvey Recovery Exacerbate Inequities or Build a More Just City?
- Residents across Houston are beginning to return to their communities in the wake of devastating flooding from Hurricane Harvey. To understand who stands to profit from the relief effort, and who may not, Democracy Now!’s Amy Goodman, Renée Feltz and Hany Massoud recently sat down with Dr. Robert Bullard, known as the founder of the environmental justice movement, at his home in Houston.
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TEXAS TORNADO EATING TREES - April 13, 2019
Texas tornado caught on camera April 13, 2019 in Lovelady Texas.
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This tornado was ongoing by 12:24pm about 3.5 miles west of Lovelady Texas. It appeared larger when I first spotted it in the distance through a break in the trees 2 miles south of highway 1280. It was heading my general direction and caught on camera for about 3 minutes before it weakened. It then appeared to decay just after crossing that highway where it laid down several trees. The storm then heading toward Crockett Texas. Many residents were evacuating south on highway 19. An odd choice of escape considering the tornado would have paralleled closely that highway before crossing it, had it still been on the ground. This storm system would go on to drop tornadoes in Alto Texas.
This was the second tornado I caught on camera this day. The first was a heavily rain wrapped tornado near Ratcliff Texas around 11:30am. Around the same time, a powerful tornado would pass through the town of Franklin Texas.
After the Lovelady storm passed over Crockett Texas, the cells began merging into a bow echo. For two hours I tried to get in front of the line surging approximately 50pmh, but heavy rain, strong wind made it very difficult to drive any faster. It also didn't help that I had to reroute due to numerous large trees completely blocking passage. After the forth or fifth detour, the timely pursuit of the storms moving into Louisiana was impossible. This strong system carried on through the day, evening and night into Dixie Alley where it was continue to sporadically spawn tornadoes.
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Raw video: 'Dragon' crash survivor says final goodbyes
What would your last words be to your loved ones? In touching videos taken on his cellphone, Kevin Diepenbrock, 41, originally from Greenville, Texas, says his final goodbyes to his family after he and another motorcyclist crashed on a stretch of U.S. Highway 129 known as The Dragon on Oct. 15, 2016, and tumbled down a rocky embankment. Diepenbrock, who suffered two punctured lungs, 17 breaks in 12 ribs, and multiple spinal fractures, was found more than 24 hours after the crash. The other motorcyclist, Phillip Polito, 29, of Perryville, Mo., died. (Video courtesy of Kevin Diepenbrock)
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