Sunday, September 9, 2012

Scary moments at Breezy Point

From CBS:

The unsettled weather, part of a cold front that crossed over the Eastern Seaboard, toppled trees and power lines and damaged buildings as it passed through. Wind gusts reached 70 miles per hour in some places.

Videos taken by bystanders showed a funnel sucking up water, then sand, and then small pieces of buildings as the first tornado moved through the Breezy Point section of the Rockaway peninsula in Queens.

At the Breezy Point Surf Club, it ripped the roofs off rows of cabanas, scattered deck chairs and left a heavy metal barbecue and propane tank sitting in the middle of a softball field, at least 100 yards from any home.


Anonymous said...

That's why it's called Breezy Point.

Anonymous said...

Too bad that wind didn't blow down
some of Tommy Huang's flimsily built crap
(after the people are evacuated, of course)!