Video Feed Advisory - For Planning Purposes Only
The Pennsylvania Satellite News Service will provide a digital satellite video feed from 8:30 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. (20:30 to 20:45 Eastern) tonight, Monday, Aug. 29 of Governor Tom Corbett touring several areas of northeastern Pennsylvania that were impacted by Hurricane Irene.
From the air, he viewed the town of Forkston, Wyoming County, which was evacuated as a result of flooding. He also flew over Mehoopany Creek.
On the ground, the governor visited a bridge along Mehoopany Creek that was closed due to flood damage. He also accompanied regional PennDOT officials, local legislators and U.S. Rep. Thomas Marino on a tour to see other local damage.
During a news conference in Mehoopany, the governor thanked members of the public who heeded warnings about preparing for flooding and getting to safety. He also praised first responders for risking their own safety to help those in need.
At least 5 deaths in Pennsylvania were blamed on the storm, which also left tens of thousands of people without power.
Feed coordinates are:
TIME: 20:30 to 20:45(Eastern)
SATELLITE: AMC - 2 @ 79 degrees (KU-Band -DIGITAL)
TRANSPONDER: K 08
CHANNEL: A (9Mhz)
SYM RATE: 6.380 msps
DOWNLINK POL: Vertical
DOWNLINK FREQ: 11846.50 MHz
AUDIO: 6.2 / 6.8
TECH TROUBLE: 717-772-4282
Media contact: Governor's Press Office, 717-783-1116
/PRNewswire-USNewswire -- Aug. 29, 2011/
SOURCE Pennsylvania Office of the Governor