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849036
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Date Uploaded:
18 Sep 2010
Date Created:
17 Sep 2010
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29.97 FPS
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Duration:
00:00:24,01
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On September 17, 2010 Hurricane IGOR passed
250 miles north of the Caribbean island of
Puerto Rico. This monster hurricane sent waves
that were estimated to measure up to 25 feet toward
the northern coast of Puerto Rico. One of these giant
waves swept away and killed one person who went
to see the fury of the sea. A tsunami buoy measured
waves up to 36 feet near the eye of the hurricane. This clip was taken from El Escambron Beach in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

This is what you call "BOILING WATER". You can not tell were the waves are coming from because they come in all directions.

No editing color correction nor enhancements.

Location: San Juan, Puerto Rico

Source: Panasonic 3ccd avi file

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bad weather catastrophic climate clouds deluge destruction disaster drops flood floods gale huracan hurricanes lightning monsoon nature rain seas storm storms stormy thunder typhoon water weather no people real time medium shot point of view (pov) color natural lighting archival 2010s spring summer day exterior sunny

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