Hurricane Delta, Cameron Parish, LA, Creole, LA - HD Stock Footage - 10/9/2020

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Stock footage from Cameron Parish, LA and mostly around the Creole, LA area during the height of Hurricane Delta making landfall. Footage includes a lot of various storm surge, extreme winds, debris flying around and wildlife.

Footage shot before, during and after the eye made landfall in the coastal town of Creole, LA

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When you driving on those flooded roads, it’s very nerve wracking. You very brave. Love your videos. Always stay safe

Author — Tessa Le Roux

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I’ve lived in Louisiana my whole life and been through many hurricanes and Laura and Delta was the two that got closest to where my family lives and so many families in my neighborhood lost their homes

Author — Crystal Young

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I’ve been subscribed for a long time Buddy! You’re worth it for sure! Great video!👍🏻🌹

Author — Susan Flowers

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Wow!!! Pretty dangerous stuff. Great video and stay safe out there.

Author — The Truth

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Does anyone else feel queasy whenever they see a car driving through the water like that? It feels like I'm there with them and any moment the water will sweep us away 😭💀 39:00

Author — Perrie Mira

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This whole video gives me anxiety with you driving through the water. That’s being said, it’s an awesome video. Thanks for the footage.

Author — Trey Evans

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O meu Brasil é muito abençoado não tem essas tempestades de furacões!

Author — Celia Maria Torrezin dos Santos

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Eu sou Terezinha verdade nosso Brasil é mesmo abençoado eu morro de medo da tempestade e essa é terrivel você é muito corajoso pra ficar ai fora..

Author — Terezinha Duarte da Silva

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its very dangerous to be out there, thanks for the upload.

Author — Adeline Chawag

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Great video..but my anxiety was through the roof watching. Be safe out there! Better than watching a thriller movie.😫

Author — Stephie

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Incredible footage. I rode out the storm about 20 miles north of here. I grew up fishing and crabbing along these roads and recognize some of the area shown.

Author — B 27

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W😳W! This footage is AMAZINGLY scary!😬

Author — Susan Flowers

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Grew up in southwest Florida, but have been living in Nashville for years. I enjoy your videos. But I am also very triggered with serious anxiety. Those scenes where you are driving on the flooding road at the start of the video, my God.. I feels like the water is gonna gobble you up! Lol.

Author — Lisa A. Pearcy

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Ah good ole Fema tarps. Had mine on my rook after hurricane Frances and then stayed there for hurricane Jeanne. From the sky it looked like everyone had a pool but really they had no roof and was covered by blue tarps. I cant get enough of this channel and hope this year I can add to your collection if we get anything. I live on the east coast of FL on the barrier islands.

Author — beach side

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I lived here all my life. I’m 35 now and after Hurricane Laura followed by delta I had enough. I lost a home for hurricane Rita then Ike a few years later then Laura 15 years after Rita. Everyone has a breaking point. My breaking point was after losing my 3rd house. Thanks for making this and sharing it. I’m interested in watching it but it is hard to watch at the same time because I recognize everything.

Author — kris benoit

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I love it when it rains i love walking in it and hearing it on the roof and windows and hear it rain on the porch and driving in it rain is so relaxing to me

Author — Charlayne Archambault

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I love ur videos and how u put ur self to get the content like I say before ur videos deserves a Oscar great work stay safe God bless

Author — Jose m Cardona

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Jamás había visto salgo así 😂 que miedo gracias por las imágenes 😸

Author — Jesús Sahagun

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When you showed the view from the air! That was just HEARTBREAKING!😢

Author — Susan Flowers

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Vocês é muito corajoso Deus abençoe 🙏🎄 é o fim do mundo inteiro obrigada pelos vídeos amei adorei obrigada

Author — MariaHelenaRezendes Silva