Argentine Record Floods 1958

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    Full title reads: "Argentine Record Floods".

    Argentina. 100,000 people are made homeless.

    GV Flood water of Rio de La Plata. GV Waves lapping against trees.

    GV Flooded street with floating debris. GV Waves coming towards camera.

    GV Flood water with wave coming towards camera. GV Flooded streets.

    GV Rowing boat with four men aboard making its way through the flood waters.

    GV Flooded street with another rowing boat visible.

    GV Flooded street with floating debris. SV Two men wading through street.

    CU Man handing small child to another man from a wooden shack.

    SV Int. School where flood victims are evacuating and salvaging what belongings they can.

    CU Woman holding baby. GV Flooded street with masses of floating debris, flood water rolling in swell.

    GV Masses of floating debris rolling.

    GV Elevated of flood area.


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    01:29:23:00 / 01:30:28:00
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