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Saturday, April 20, 2013

CIBM-FM - FM 107 107.1 FM Riviere-du-Loup, QC

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CIBM-FM - FM 107 107.1 FM Riviere-du-Loup, QC
We're going to prove how powerful shallow water can be on the move. It only takes an hour of heavy rain to produce a flash flood. It is this that can wipe out towns and entire cities. Good luck, hope you like it. Thanks. It's just started. Our very own little flash flood. It looks scary up there, really scary. It's rising an inch every ten seconds now. It's really, really hard just to stand still. I'll try and hold the weight a couple of seconds longer. I think it's... a lost cause. It's still only... It's only about three or four feet off the bottom, and already our very own flash flood has swept me off my feet. There is not a chance that I can stand here, let alone swim against it. It's freezing cold! And there's a constant... I can't talk! It was so cold, all feeling had gone from my hands and feet. I was amazed how strong the force of three feet of water was. If this had been real, I'd have had no chance. The force of water in a river can be lethal, but magnify that a thousand times and apply it to the ocean... and the results can be disastrous, as the residents of Hunstanton on the Norfolk coast learned to their cost. On st January , a severe storm moved in off the ocean and lashed the northern coast of Britain. It swept round the northern tip of Britain and headed south. The icy gale force winds grew stronger as they were funnelled into the North Sea. The sheer force of the wind piled the waters up in front of it, causing it to surge like a bow wave. Waves of over feet crashed through the sea defences and ploughed inland, smashing everything in its path. This storm would be a killer, but it would produce a hero. U.S. Airman Reis Leeming was called in to help. We arrived on the scene at night and we didn't know the area. As I looked at the first street... They said people were "down the houses" you couldn't see the houses. You couldn't see... all you could see was this water. It was like being in the middle of the ocean. There was water everywhere. Winds were gusting at over mph, as Reis struggled through the icy water dragging a raft.

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