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Car Floats in Flood Water as Typhoon Ravages Hong Kong2m02s

Car Floats in Flood Water as Typhoon Ravages Hong Kong

Heavy rain and strong wind lashed Hong Kong on Sunday, September 16, as Typhoon Mangkhut continued on its trajectory through Asia. Mangkhut, reported to be the biggest storm in the world so far in 2018, was forecast to hit Hong Kong and southern China on Sunday afternoon, after wreaking havoc in the Philippines. Footage posted to social media captured rough conditions along the waterfront at Lobster Bay in Sheung Sze Wan, Sai Kung District, Hong Kong. This video shows a car floating in flood water in Hong Kong’s Sai Kung District. Credit: Natalie Kainz via Storyful

Texas Siblings Buy Dad's Old Mustang, Sold Years Earlier to Support Family3m36s

Texas Siblings Buy Dad's Old Mustang, Sold Years Earlier to Support Family

Two siblings in San Antonio, Texas, proved they noticed every sacrifice their father made for their family when they bought back a beloved Mustang he had sold to support them. San Antonio resident Wesley Ryan sold his prized 1993 Ford Mustang GT in the early 2000s to help pay for his wife Laura’s spiraling medical bills after she was diagnosed with cancer. Seventeen years later, Wesley’s children, Jake and Jeni Ryan, conspired to buy it back and surprise him. Jake said that he was “blessed enough” to find the car again and came to an agreement with its previous owner. “Me and my sister both grew up in this car since we were in diapers. Many memories growing up with it with a dream to have it as my own one day,” he wrote on Facebook. Jake said he spotted the car on Craigslist two years ago but couldn’t agree on a price with the owner. When it appeared online a few weeks ago, he jumped on the opportunity and bought the car with help from Jeni and her boyfriend. The emotional reveal was made in a video shared to Jake’s Facebook page. The clip had earned over 3,800 views at the time of writing. Credit: Jake Ryan via Storyful

Typhoon Winds Whip Through Hong Kong Residential Complex1m01s

Typhoon Winds Whip Through Hong Kong Residential Complex

Heavy rain and winds lashed Hong Kong as Typhoon Mangkhut continued on its trajectory through Asia. Mangkhut, reported to be the biggest storm in the world of 2018 so far, was forecast to hit Hong Kong and southern China on Sunday afternoon, after wreaking havoc in the Philippines. The Hong Kong Observatory issued a number ten tropical storm warning on Sunday morning. This video shows strong winds and heavy rain whipped up by the storm in a residential complex. The uploader gave the location as Tsing Yi, an island to the west of the city. “Maybe not the right time to go for a walk,” the uploader wrote, from indoors. In the Philippines, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) said an estimated 5.2 million people were within 77 miles of the projected path of Mangkhut. Credit: francois.prqt via Storyful

Bamboo Scaffolding Blown Around by Typhoon Mangkhut in Hong Kong41s

Bamboo Scaffolding Blown Around by Typhoon Mangkhut in Hong Kong

Heavy rain and winds lashed Hong Kong as Typhoon Mangkhut continued on its trajectory through Asia. Mangkhut, reported to be the biggest storm in the world of 2018 so far, was forecast to hit Hong Kong and southern China on Sunday afternoon, after wreaking havoc in the Philippines. The Hong Kong Observatory issued a number ten tropical storm warning on Sunday morning. This video shows bamboo scaffolding being blown around by the storm in Quarry Bay on Hong Kong island. In the Philippines, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) said an estimated 5.2 million people were within 77 miles of the projected path of Mangkhut. Credit: Ema Linaker via Storyful

Flash Flooding Hits the Philippines Amid Typhoon Mangkhut2m49s

Flash Flooding Hits the Philippines Amid Typhoon Mangkhut

Typhoon Mangkhut brought flash flooding to Baguio City in the Philippines on Saturday, September 15. Mangkhut, known locally as Ompong, made landfall in northern Luzon, unleashing torrential rain and strong winds. This video shows flooding in Imelda village in Baguio City. In the Philippines, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) said an estimated 5.2 million people were within 77 miles of the projected path of Mangkhut. More than 15,000 people from 10 provinces were evacuated on Friday, September 14, NDRRMC said. Mangkhut, said to be the biggest storm in the world so far in 2018, hit Hong Kong and southern China on September 16. Credit: Gladys Colyong Vergara via Storyful

Typhoon Mangkhut Approaches Hong Kong1m05s

Typhoon Mangkhut Approaches Hong Kong

Heavy rain and winds lashed Hong Kong on Sunday, September 16, as Typhoon Mangkhut continued on its trajectory through Asia. Mangkhut, reported to be the biggest storm in the world so far in 2018, was forecast to hit Hong Kong and southern China on Sunday afternoon, after wreaking havoc in the Philippines. The Hong Kong Observatory issued a number 10 tropical storm warning on Sunday morning. This video was captured in the eastern district of Sai Wan Ho on Hong Kong island. In the Philippines, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) said an estimated 5.2 million people were within 77 miles of the projected path of Mangkhut. Credit: Jimmy Lam via Storyful

Typhoon Mangkhut Brings Flash Flooding to The Philippines20s

Typhoon Mangkhut Brings Flash Flooding to The Philippines

Typhoon Mangkhut brought flash flooding to Baguio City in the Philippines on Saturday, September 15. Mangkhut, known locally as Ompong, made landfall in northern Luzon, unleashing torrential rain and strong winds. In the Philippines, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) said an estimated 5.2 million people were within 77 miles of the projected path of Mangkhut. More than 15,000 people from 10 provinces were evacuated on Friday, September 14, NDRRMC said. Mangkhut, said to be the biggest storm in the world so far in 2018, hit Hong Kong and southern China on September 16. Credit: T0ny_SF via Storyful

Typhoon Mangkhut Lashes Hong Kong With Heavy Rain and Strong Winds12m08s

Typhoon Mangkhut Lashes Hong Kong With Heavy Rain and Strong Winds

Heavy rain and winds lashed Hong Kong as as Typhoon Mangkhut continued on its trajectory through Asia. Mangkhut, reported to be the biggest storm in the world so far in 2018, was forecast to hit Hong Kong and southern China on Sunday afternoon, after wreaking havoc in the Philippines. The Hong Kong Observatory issued a number ten tropical storm warning on Sunday morning. In the Philippines, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) said an estimated 5.2 million people were within 77 miles of the projected path of Mangkhut. Credit: James Bang via Storyful

Typhoon Mangkhut Brings Huge Waves to Hong Kong1m00s

Typhoon Mangkhut Brings Huge Waves to Hong Kong

High winds and heavy rain lashed Hong Kong on Sunday, September 16, as Typhoon Mangkhut approached. The Hong Kong Observatory issued a number 10 signal as the typhoon threatened to make landfall. These videos were filmed in the coastal village of Heng Fa Chuen on Sunday morning as the storm approached. Mangkhut, reported to be the biggest storm in the world so far in 2018, was forecast to hit Hong Kong and southern China on Sunday afternoon, after wreaking havoc in the Philippines. In the Philippines, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) said an estimated 5.2 million people were within 77 miles of the projected path of Mangkhut. Credit: blockchainmitv via Storyful

High Winds Whip Hong Kong as Typhoon Mangkhut Approaches47s

High Winds Whip Hong Kong as Typhoon Mangkhut Approaches

High winds and heavy rain lashed Hong Kong on Sunday, September 16, as Typhoon Mangkhut approached. Mangkhut, reported to be the biggest storm in the world so far in 2018, was forecast to hit Hong Kong and southern China on Sunday afternoon, after wreaking havoc in the Philippines. The Hong Kong Observatory issued a number nine tropical storm warning on Sunday morning. In the Philippines, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) said an estimated 5.2 million people were within 77 miles of the projected path of Mangkhut. Credit: marccolee via Storyful

Cape Fear River Choppy, Skies Gray in Wilmington After Florence35s

Cape Fear River Choppy, Skies Gray in Wilmington After Florence

Wilmington, North Carolina, residents who stayed in the area came downtown on September 15to survey the damage from Hurricane Florence. Mayor Bill Saffo said on Saturday, September 15, it would be “months” before the city would be fully recovered from the storm. Downtown Wilmington’s Riverwalk was largely empty, and the Cape Fear River was rough Saturday morning, as now Tropical Storm Florence edged slowly to the west. Debris was strewn about the Riverwalk, but Saffo said other areas of town were much worse. Credit: Lori Perry via Storyful

Wind, Water Still Heavy as Florence Slowly Moves Inland50s

Wind, Water Still Heavy as Florence Slowly Moves Inland

Tropical Storm Florence moves slowly inland on Saturday, September 15, still cursing the Carolina coastal area with heavy rains and strong winds. This footage shows Sneads Ferry, North Carolina, just inland from North Topsail Beach. Florence slammed the coast on Friday as a Category 1 hurricane. Credit: Rachel Carter via Storyful

Brave Maltese Faces the Winds of Hurricane Florence30s

Brave Maltese Faces the Winds of Hurricane Florence

Maggie, a 14-year-old Maltese, bravely faced the winds of Hurricane Florence from her deck in Virginia Beach on September 13. Caroline Doub Kelly, a math teacher at Kempsville High who recorded the video of her dog braving the storm, said that they were off school due to flooding surges. Kelly’s balcony overlooks the Chesapeake Bay, she said. Credit: Caroline Doub Kelly via Storyful

Hurricane Florence Batters North Carolina Pier37s

Hurricane Florence Batters North Carolina Pier

A pier in Rodanthe, North Carolina, took a beating on September 13, when Hurricane Florence hit the eastern coast of the United States. The National Weather Service warned of “life-threatening” flash flooding and storm surging continuing into Thursday, September 14. The category 1 hurricane was estimated to dump 10 trillion gallons of rainwater over North Carolina. Credit: Rebecca Wells Hooper via Storyful

Rain Drenches Laoag City as Typhoon Mangkhut Nears36s

Rain Drenches Laoag City as Typhoon Mangkhut Nears

Strong winds and rains hit Laoag City, the capital of the Philippines’ province of Ilocos Norte, on the evening of September 14 as Typhoon Mangkhut, known locally as Typhoon Ompong, approached the region. As of September 14, more than 2,000 people living in low-lying areas in Ilocos Norte had evacuated, the Philippine News Agency reported in a press release. This footage shows a glimpse of the stormy weather in Laoag City at night. Mangkhut is made landfall in Cagayan, south Ilocos Norte, in the early hours of September 15, according to local media. Storm Signal No. 4, the second highest signal in the country, had been raised in anticipation of its approach. Storm Signal No. 4 indicates winds of at least 106-137 miles per hour that are expected to hit within 12 hours. Credit: Jojo Rinoza via Storyful

North Carolina Dunes Destroyed After Hurricane Florence Batters Coast1m00s

North Carolina Dunes Destroyed After Hurricane Florence Batters Coast

A once-healthy section of dunes in Avon, North Carolina, was wiped out as Hurricane Florence battered the eastern coast of the United States on September 14. Video shared to social media showed the devastation to the native vegetation the morning after the storm made landfall along the North Carolina coast. The National Weather Service warned that the possibility for “life-threatening” storm surges and flooding would persist throughout the day on September 14. Credit: Jenni Koontz/Epic Shutter Photography via Storyful

Beloved North Carolina Pier 'Holding on Strong' During Hurricane Florence2m20s

Beloved North Carolina Pier 'Holding on Strong' During Hurricane Florence

A well-loved pier at Kure Beach, North Carolina, was said to be “holding on strong” as Hurricane Florence brought strong winds and waves to the US East Coast on Friday, September 14. Wilmington resident and state trooper Bryan Phillips provided residents with updates on the conditions in the area throughout the storm. Phillips also shared images of downed power lines and trees, but said he saw “minor erosion” on the beach when he checked during a break in the storm Friday morning. The footage shows waters washing right up towards buildings at low tide, and Phillips said there were concerns that a high tide could cause flooding. Kure Beach and nearby towns remained under mandatory evacuation orders on Friday. Credit: Bryan Phillips via Storyful

Affectionate Cat Snuggles Up to Reluctant Pit Bull45s

Affectionate Cat Snuggles Up to Reluctant Pit Bull

Mila the cat tried to show affection to her pit bull pal, Azula – but Azula was having none of it. The cute cat snuggled up to her canine pal, rubbing her head against his despite his persistent indifference. Owner Zach captured the two on video. Credit: Zach Trowbridge via Storyful

Hurricane Florence Brings Severe Flooding to Kennels Beach5m44s

Hurricane Florence Brings Severe Flooding to Kennels Beach

Hurricane Florence sent severe floods in the direction of Kennels Beach, North Carolina, on September 13. Owner of Neuse River Bait and Tackle, Todd Willis, uploaded this footage along with updates from various other locations in the area. Willis told CNN, “there’s already water (in the) bottom part of people’s houses,” adding, “this is just the beginning.” Credit: Todd Willis/Neuse River Bait and Tackle via Storyful

Florence Causes Flooding and Damage to Outer Banks Community49s

Florence Causes Flooding and Damage to Outer Banks Community

Florence caused flooding, damaged fencing and swept debris and beach sand inland in Avon, an Outer Banks community in North Carolina, on September 14. Florence made landfall that morning as a hurricane before weakening. The National Hurricane Center said the “life-threatening inland flood hazard” in the Carolinas would continue for days, even after the storm had passed. At least five people died as a result of the storm, including a mother and child, according to reports. More than 1.7 million people in Virginia, North and South Carolina were told to evacuate ahead of Florence’s arrival. Credit: Sarah Misch via Storyful

Nurse Shares Cancer Story to Encourage Others to Get Screened5m35s

Nurse Shares Cancer Story to Encourage Others to Get Screened

A 32-year-old nurse from Clifton, New Jersey, who was diagnosed with colon cancer shared a video on Facebook on August 29 to urge young people to get screened for the disease. Jennifer Waller said in the video that had she not “been aware” of her body she would have died, considering people are not screened for colorectal cancer until they are 50 year old. Waller initially thought she may have had breast cancer, but tests came back negative. She had also put down her exhaustion to being a single mother to two children. “I’m going to choose to be positive, no matter what,” said Waller in her video, adding “bring it” as a personal challenge to her cancer diagnosis. The video had over 43,000 views at the time of writing. Credit: Jennifer Waller via Storyful

Typhoon Mangkhut Winds Lash Cagayan Province59s

Typhoon Mangkhut Winds Lash Cagayan Province

Torrential rains and fierce winds from Typhoon Mangkhut, known locally as Typhoon Ompong, approached Aparri, a municipality of the Philippines’ Cagayan Province, on the evening of September 14. This footage shows a glimpse of the weather along Ballesteros Street. According to reports from Rappler, Storm Signal No. 4 was raised on September 14 as Mangkhut swept through Cagayan. This is the second highest signal in the country, indicating winds of at least 106-137 miles per hour that are expected to hit within 12 hours. Mangkhut is made landfall in Cagayan in the early hours of September 15, according to local media. Thousands had been evacuated in anticipation of the storm. Credit: Mark Espiritu Reparejo via Storyful

Typhoon Mangkhut Batters Ilocos Norte Province After Making Landfall in the Philippines59s

Typhoon Mangkhut Batters Ilocos Norte Province After Making Landfall in the Philippines

Typhoon Mangkhut, also known locally as Ompong, made landfall in the Philippines’ province of Cagayan at around 1:40 am on Saturday, September 15, according to the country’s weather bureau. Mangkhut unleashed torrential rain and high winds in northern Luzon, with Cagayan and Ilocos Norte among the provinces where the highest typhoon signal was raised, local media reported on Saturday. The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council said that an estimated 5.2 million people were within 77 miles of the projected path of Mangkhut. As of September 14, more than 2,000 people living in low-lying areas in Bacarra and other towns in Ilocos Norte had evacuated, Philippine News Agency reported. Mangkhut is expected to hit Hong Kong and southern China in coming days. This footage, shared online on September 15, shows strong winds lashing Bacarra, in Ilocos Norte. Credit: Norman Jay Astro via Storyful