08/14/2016 West Frankfort, IL – Night Street Flooding

Shot Date: August 14, 2016

Incredible rains continued to hammer southern IL with some areas receiving nearly a foot since Saturday. Major flash flooding has already occurred in areas nearby including Saturday’s closure of US-51 in Tamaroa due to extreme flash flooding. Rains continued through the day on Sunday with flash flooding commencing again shortly before midnight in many already hard hit areas. Flash Flood Warnings went into effect for the overnight hours with more rain expected to add to an already bad problem through the day on Monday into Tuesday morning where Flash Flood Watches are currently slated to run through.

Shot List:
Scene 1-2: Several people pushing a stalled car from high water.

Scene 3: Man walking through flooded street.

Scene 4: Woman in the distance walking through knee-deep water.

Scene 5: Car driving through a flooded roadway.

Scene 6: POV driving shot following behind a car passing a WATER ON PAVEMENT sign before driving into that water on the roadway.

Scene 7: POV driving shot driving into flooded intersection.

Scene 8: Shot of WATER ON PAVEMENT sign as a car drives through water in the background.

Scene 9: Car driving through water in intersection.

Scene 10: Car driving through water in intersection.

Scene 11: Several vehicles driving through street flooding.

Scene 12: Van turning through intersection filled with water.

Scene 13: Car drives through flooded intersection with water bubbling up through manhole cover.

Scene 14: Panning shot as car drives through standing water.

Scene 15: Several vehicles drive through standing water.

Scene 16: White pickup truck driving through standing water.

Scene 17: Shot of road-turned-river in front of car dealership.

Scene 18: Flooded neighborhood street.

Scene 19: Shot of 5th St sign with water everywhere.

Scene 20-21: Shots of water bubbling up through manhole covers.

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