July 26 - Winds of up to 111 miles per hour leave a trail of destruction in Chile's southern city of Punta Arenas. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Strong winds in excess of 100 mph battered the southern coastal city of Punta Arenas on Thursday causing serious disruption and prompting airlines to cancel flights to other parts of the country. Residents of Punta Arenas also lost power while one building lost its entire roof to the gales. Two LAN airline flights were turned away from the President Carlos Ibáñez del Campo as the airport was forced to cancel flights.