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Typhoon Mangkhut in Honkong – Terrifying Footage
Hong Kong and other areas of East Asia have suffered a pounding from the world’s strongest storm this year, Typhoon Mangkhut, which has hit China, after pummelling Hong Kong and killing dozens in the Philippines.
Phone footage of the storm shows appalling destruction and terrifying events like giant cranes falling into the street.
The storm has carved a deadly trail across the region, killing two people in southern China and at least fifty four in the Philippines. Many of the Philippines’ deaths were caused by landslides, with dozens more still believed to be buried by the deluge, government officials said at a news conference Sunday.
More than 2.45 million people have been evacuated in China’s Guangdong province as Mangkhut reached land at 5 p.m. local time, according to Chinese state media.
Storm Florence – Guardian Footage Shows Scale of Flooding in North Carolina
Guardian footage shows flooding and storm damage is seen in aerial footage shot on Saturday over New Bern and Nags Head in North Carolina, USA. Though weakened, Storm Florence remains large, slow and dangerous as it swirls over North and South Carolina.
The area faces catastrophic flooding as Florence breaks rainfall records. According to The Guardian, “On Sunday, the death toll in North and South Carolina rose to 17; the city of Wilmington was cut off by floodwater; 15,000 people were in temporary shelters; and 760,000 North Carolinians remained without power.”
“The storm has never been more dangerous than it is now,” Governor Roy Cooper said. “Many rivers are still rising, and are not expected to crest until later today or tomorrow.”
Climate change is heating up water globally, and this increases the power and frequency of storms.
Epic drone footage of humpback whales cavorting off the resort of Umdloti Beach, on the South African East Coast, has just been posted on Youtube, showing what appears to be a mother and calf playing together in the coastal waters.
Video by Richard Melvill. He says, “We were really lucky to have three Humpback whales playing right in front of us in Umdloti today. Hope you enjoy getting a closer view than from the beach.”
Music by Joakim Karud http://youtube.com/joakimkarud
Song: Smile (feat. Kasey Andre)
Richard used the DJI Mavic Pro drone to capture the 4K footage.
Somebody had the idea of attaching a GoPro Camera to a motorised toy car, then sending it down a long track while people do stunts as it races along. An amusing piece of film making. It’s not often you get a POV shot from a little model vehicle.