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Margie
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Re: info on diamondhead, ms
      Sun Sep 04 2005 04:36 PM

There is a fellow that did some helicopter trips over the gulf coast...he concentrated mostly on Harrison County (and the damn casinos), but he got as far east as just a glipse of Ocean Springs, and on one of the trips he got as far west as BSL and did have footage of Diamondhead.

These are online, I forget where exactly. Try the Sun Herald online. There are three trips that I know of. They aren't labeled that well. Each is about 20 minute long. They show the footage of the devastated coastline.

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* info on diamondhead, ms brandieS Sun Sep 04 2005 04:36 PM
. * * Re: info on diamondhead, ms jenyrae   Thu Sep 08 2005 12:53 AM
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. * * Re: info on diamondhead, ms BrandieS   Fri Sep 02 2005 08:21 PM
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