Catastrophe

CATASTROPHE

DOCUMENTARY

A four-part documentary series recounting some of the most extraordinary disaster stories ever known. Each episode counts down the days, hours and minutes leading up to the event and follow through the wake of the aftermath. Tonight: Hurricane Floyd. In September 1999, in less than 36 hours, Hurricane Floyd – a massive storm double the size of Hurricane Andrew – would ravage the entire east coast of the United States; wreaking havoc and leaving a grisly trail of death from South Carolina to Delaware. Eyewitness accounts and heart-stopping footage take the viewer on a non-stop ride through the heart of the storm.

CATASTROPHE: Hurricane Floyd, Tuesday June 26 at 8.30pm