National Geographic Channel (Astro Ch 553) announced today the premiere of an in-depth documentary detailing Hurricane Sandy and its mammoth and merciless wake, which caused more than 110 fatalities in the U.S., and paralysed life for millions of people in more than a half-dozen states.
Superstorm New York: What Really Happened, a one-hour special, premieres Sunday, 25 November 2012 at 11.00pm, and will air globally this month in 171 countries. Go inside the eye of the storm to understand how 145 kilometres per hour winds extended from its centre and driving rains and fatal storm surges left thousands displaced and millions without power â€” with the hardest hit in New Jersey and New York communities, who are still reeling in its aftermath.
And for the first time, find out in depth how this storm â€” dubbed a â€œFrankenstormâ€ by some media â€” developed and grew, taking almost 200 lives from the Caribbean to the East Coast, and dig further into the unpredictability of natureâ€™s fury in the 21st century
To see an exclusive look at storm footage included in the special, click HERE.
With this recent event, National Geographic Channel will broadcast a special 2 day programming: When Disaster Strikes on Saturday, 24 November & Sunday, 25 November at 10.00pm & 11.00pm showing current disasters that have happened in Asia and all around the World to examine how these disasters happened and how we can prepare for such a catastrophe in the future.
Saturday, 24 November at 10.00pm, Witness: Disaster tells the story of what happened, as it happened, from a first-hand perspective. And at 11.00pm, Witness: Disaster In Japan reconstructs the earthquake and tsunami as they happened, entirely through the eyes of those who experienced it.
Sunday, 25 November at 10.00pm, Stormageddon presents the dramatic images of a catastrophic weather year and introduces you to the men who risked their lives to capture it. And at 11.00pm Super Storm New York: What Really Happened, stories behind the biggest storm to
This documentary premieres on Sunday, 25 November 2012 at 11.00pm on National Geographic Channel (Astro Ch 553).
Cleffairy: Life can be quite a rough patch at times, but for what it’s worth, I can still be grateful that I still have a roof over my head and my loved ones with me.