Train Blown Off New Orleans Bridge During Storm

Train Blown Off New Orleans Bridge During Storm

“WGNO reporter Jabari Thomas captured the moment when strong winds knocked over some train cars on the Huey P. Long Bridge. It happened around 10:30 a.m. Monday in Elmwood behind the Raising Cane’s restaurant on South Clearview Parkway and Bloomfield Street.”

(courtesy of WGNO / Jabari Thomas)

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19 Responses

  1. El Camino Guy says:

    I hope nobody was hurt. As for the whole nature thing, well some day
    nature will be like Boom! California’s half island and half scuba
    sightseer’s paradise.

  2. Larry Bentley says:

    But you live in a place of elevated highways where the ground shakes and
    you can become the filling in a concrete Oreo with no warning!

  3. Hrayr Artunyan says:

    I can almost hear the reporters heart beat, but not a peep from his mouth,
    that’s more amazing to me.

  4. G K S says:

    Wow, Katrina pt.2………….

  5. Luigi Michalski says:

    I hope a few Amerifats died.

  6. sss 123 says:

    الله يعوضهم

  7. Павел Комаров says:

    finally an American video from a car camera

  8. shevegen says:

    Engineering failure that something like this can even happy.

    Other countries manage to avoid such things.

  9. FreeHomeBrew says:

    I have friends in New Orleans. I hope they’re doing okay!

  10. Sinya Boroda says:


  11. Nick “Eagle's Flight” Harrington says:

    The storm that rolled through South Louisiana yesterday was pretty bad. How
    bad? “Rolled a train off it’s tracks” bad:

  12. Dysputant says:

    That’s scary…

  13. Miami Rize says:


  14. Nicolas Van Orton says:


  15. Ryan Magee says:

    I just can’t imagine living in a place where nature can be all,

    “Hey… nice train you got there…”

    “BOOM! — Deal with it.”

  16. Крутой Генерал says:

    вот это да, что творится в мире пипец скоро дома будут рушиться

  17. Anton Wiedermann says:

    a to som si myslel ze dnes vonku fuka :-)

  18. BULLSUGARR says:

    Check out this video on YouTube: