Cleaning up after the Valentines Day Winter Storm, Wichita, KS - 2/14/2021
Nearly half a foot of snow fell in the city of Wichita from this historic winter storm that is burying a large part of the central US. The snow created icy conditions which lead to several wrecks, even as the snow had come to an end. Residents were digging out from the snowfall early that evening.
Clip 1: Wide shot of westbound Kellogg, the main E/W drag through Wichita. KDOT sign warning of snowpacked and icy roads with serious crash in the backdrop.
Clip 2: POV driving shot passing the two car spinout crash on the highway.
Clip 3-5: Static shots of the crash scene with fire fighters walking around.
Clip 6-7: POV driving shots passing another crash less than half a mile up the highway.
Clips 8-10: Static shots of second crash scene with spunout pickup truck.
Clip 11: Firetruck with good NAT siren sound racing by on highway.
Clip 12-13: Firetruck with excellent NAT siren sound racing down snow-covered street to accident scene.
Clips 14-16: Shots at dusk of snowplows and traffic slowly navigating snow-covered highways.
Clips 17-20: Various shots of residents shoveling snow, good NAT shovel sounds, close up shots of snow shovels clearing snow.