1/5/2014 Southern,IL Winter Storm and House Fire B-Roll





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Published on Jan 5, 2014

Major winter storm brings a slugfest of snow, wind, and cold to southern Illinois. Snow totals over a foot were reported in many areas across the southern part of the state as all day snow on Sunday finally departed late in the evening and left behind frigid temperatures and wind chills well below zero.

Video package includes three parts... see time information and description for locations...

PART 1 (0:00-0:52) Extreme southern Jefferson County, IL near Ina.

Scenes 1-6: Shots of an accident scene along I-57 where a vehicle went off into the median and rolled on to its side. The driver was injured, but no fatalities. Final shot includes car that was in the background of opening shots.

Part 2 (0:52-4:10): Williamson County, IL (near Marion)

Scenes 7-8: Shots of two verhicles stranded on the side of I-57.

Scene 9-10: Pulling onto an exit ramp where a vehicle had spun sideways into a snowbank. Driver gets out in the second clip.

Scene 11: Stranded car in the median with driver and another person in the shot.

Scene 12-14: Shots of stranded vehicles shot from POV along I-57.

Scene 15: Looking back at a snowplow clearing the interstate.

Scene 16: Panning shot with snow plow clearing the interstate.

Scene 17-18: POV and static shot of the very low visibility due to high winds and blowing snow.

Scene 19-21: Nighttime shots of a stranded car with photographer hiding from wind after checking on vehicle occupants.

Scene 22-23: Spun out vehicle on an exit ramp with state patrol on scene.

Scene 24: Snowplow on interstate.

Scene 25-26: Shots in town of Marion of blowing snow.

Part 3 (4:10-5:31): Town of Marion, IL

A house fire sends fire crews battling the blaze of a house fire in sub-zero wind chills. The fire started on the front porch quickly escalated into a fully involved fire. A total of 22 fire fighters were called out to take shifts because of the exposure to the single digit temperatures and sub-zero wind chills. No one was home at the time and there were no injuries. Marion fire will investigate the cause.

Various shots of the fire scene, including flames billowing from attic, fire fighters, and wide shots of the house.

SID: Tony Laubach


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