Hurricane Dorian Power flashes and wind, Wilmington, NC – 9/6/2019




Dramatic power flashes from high winds damaging power lines, high winds, accident caused by dangerous driving conditions as Hurricane Dorian lashes North Carolina.

All footage shot during night darkness in and near Wilmington, NC on September 5 and 6 (overnight) by meteorologist Simon Brewer
Shot Description

1-7. various shots of powerflashes in Wilmington, NC

8-10. shots of police cruiser hit by high winds in Wilmington, NC

11-14. various shots of vehicle in ditch assisted by wrecker and police after sliding off the highway in Wilmington, NC

15. ‘Stop Sign’ blowing in high winds with tree debris blowing past

16-18. various shots of high winds blowing trees and lights in Wilmington, NC

19. footage of large waves and distant lighthouse near Wilmington, NC

SID: Simon Brewer

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21 Replies to “Hurricane Dorian Power flashes and wind, Wilmington, NC – 9/6/2019”

  1. The transformer was fricken me out!! Never seen that as well.. I had a transformer blow out in our backyard..Did a humming noise n then blam it blew up! No lights for 2hr but glad they put a brand new in…

  2. Thank you for this video. I'm a lifelong resident of North Carolina. A true dyed-in-the-wool Tar Heel. Breaks my heart to see how people only three hours away are suffering. To look outside in Central North Carolina at the moment, you'd never know there was a hurricane anywhere around. We're mostly sunny and clear. Stay safe, everybody.

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