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Published on Oct 24, 2006
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On 08/29/2005 I was in downtown New Orleans on assignment for The Weather Channel and I was the freelance videographer "Weather Paparazzi" who stayed in the city to document the storm while everyone else evacuated the area. This footage was shot during the pre dawn hours as hurricane Katrina started to rip apart the city. I shot this on Canal Street and in the French Quarter. The video shows the city losing power as well as the start of the flooding from the heavy rain and damage. I was the only one out in the storm shooting video and getting blasted by the deadly flying debris. This is part of the BNVN Weather Paparazzi stock video collection. Visit www.WeatherPaparazzi.com for more information and stock video license rates.