I think you're right. Much too close to N.O. for comfort.
OK...here we go with the drama of "live TV news"!
I feel sorry for the poor reporters who got the short straw and have to go out in the weather to "get the story". (OK, that was great...now hold on to that stop sign and try to look......ummm....horizontal!)
I'll never forget ol' Norris Dejon from a West Palm station. They sent him out to cover some storm (I forget which) and to dramatize how "windy" it was, he took off his windbreaker and let go of it expecting it to go down the block. It fell straight down on his shoes!
Then you have the other extreme where the reporter can't even stay in the shot! That jobs gotta zuck!
The WC guy Joe almost got run over earlier doing an interview in the street!
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