St. Bernard Parish, LA Hurricane Nate - 10/7/2017

Hurricane Nate brought high winds, heavy rain, and storm surge the U.S. Gulf Coast on October 7, 2017. Although Southeast Louisiana was spared by the brunt of Nate, the area still saw numerous impacts, especially in St. Bernard Parish. Here, part of the roof of a business fell on top of and damaged multiple cars, and minor storm surge flooded low-lying areas. Before Nate made landfall, the flood gates on the St. Bernard Parish levee system were closed in preparation for the storm. Shot Description Shot 1: Medium shot of cars damaged by part of the roof of a business in Chalmette Shot 2: Medium shot of cars damaged in Chalmette Shot 3: Medium shot of cars damaged in Chalmette Shot 4: Medium shot of storm surge flooding underneath a raised home in Hopedale Shot 5: Medium shot of storm surge flooding underneath another raised home in Hopedale Shot 6: Tight shot of storm surge flooding underneath a raised home in Hopedale Shot 7: Tight shot of cars surrounded by storm surge floodwaters in Hopedale Shot 8: Medium shot of police roadblock and closed flood gates at levee on Highway 46 near Shell Beach Shot 9: Medium shot of Shell Beach residents moving their home inside levee protection system Shot 10: Wide shot of police roadblock at Highway 46 levee with outer band of Nate in background Shot 11: Medium shot of low, fast-moving clouds at leading edge of Nate's outer band near Shell Beach Shot 12: Medium shot of very heavy rain in outer band near Shell Beach Shot 13: Wide shot of tropical sunset near Shell Beach