Harrisburg, IL Flash Flooding – 4/29/2017




Flash flooding continues to become a big problem across southern Illinois as multiple rounds of storms continue to hammer the area. Parts of Harrisburg were rendered inaccessible due to flash flooding. Most of that occurred on the west side of town where high water blocked off nearly 10 square blocks around Church Street south of Route 13.
Shot Description

Scenes 1-6: Various POV driving shots in very heavy rain.

Scene 7: Traffic at an intersection in very heavy rain.

Scene 8: Rain falling in street lights.

Scene 9: POV shot looking down impassable flooded street.

Scene 10: Panning shot of a nursing center parking lot covered in water.

Scene 11: Static shot of nursing center flooded parking lot.

Scene 12: Shot at nursing center sign with flooded street all around.

Scene 13: Shot of nursing center sign with extensive flooding behind it.

Scene 14: Shot of barricaded flooded road.

Scene 15: White van parked in front of flooded road with man standing next to door.

Scene 16: Shot of business surrounded by water.

Scene 17: Shot of neighborhood flooded out.

Scene 18: Shot looking down flooded street.

Scene 19: Van with emergency flashers parked in front of flooded street.

Scene 20: Shot of extensive flooding in Harrisburg neighborhood.

Scene 21: Shot of flooded street and buildings.

Scene 22-23: Shots of water coming up through manhole cover.

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