... Shot of plane with the bodies of the pair taking off at Seattle for Los Angeles. Plane landing. Drawn into hangar and the doors are closed. ...
British Movietone https://youtu.be/z3Nt3_h7QKU
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AP News - Two tornadoes caught on camera, no injuries - Osage County, Oklahoma - 2 May 2008
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Google Maps moved the share button. You'll now find the option in the menu. 1. Click on the 3 Bar icon in search bar. 2. Click on Share or embed map from slide out menu. 3: Share and Embed dialog box will show in center of screen.
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... President Eisenhower has been touring the stricken areas of America's new dust-bowl. He went to Texas but, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona, Kansas and Colorado are all gravely affected by the great drought. ...
British Movietone https://youtu.be/pYvL0pttcK4
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