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RAW VIDEO: Hurricane Camille's aftermath captured in family's home video

The White/Tate family video of a drive down Highway 90 in the days after Hurricane Camille devastated the Mississippi Gulf Coast. (Photo source: The White/Tate Family) The White/Tate family video of a drive down Highway 90 in the days after Hurricane Camille devastated the Mississippi Gulf Coast. (Photo source: The White/Tate Family)
In 1969, 256 people died in Hurricane Camille, 143 of those deaths happened on the Gulf Coast. (Photo source: The White/Tate Family) In 1969, 256 people died in Hurricane Camille, 143 of those deaths happened on the Gulf Coast. (Photo source: The White/Tate Family)
Sunday, August 17th marks the 45th anniversary of the deadly storm. (Photo source: The White/Tate Family) Sunday, August 17th marks the 45th anniversary of the deadly storm. (Photo source: The White/Tate Family)
(Photo source: The White/Tate Family) (Photo source: The White/Tate Family)
SOUTH MISSISSIPPI (WLOX) -

Before Katrina, Hurricane Camille was the storm by which all other storms were measured against on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

Sunday, August 17th marks the 45th anniversary of the storm that left 256 people dead; 143 of those deaths happened on the Gulf Coast.

Camille made landfall in Waveland, and destroyed much of Pass Christian, but the damage was widespread across the coast. This video the White/Tate family donated is of a drive down Highway 90 in the days after the storm, that captures the damage from Bay St. Louis to East Biloxi. You can watch the full video from 1969 by clicking on the following links:

RAW VIDEO: Biloxi's Hurricane Camille aftermath

RAW VIDEO: East Gulfport's Hurricane Camille aftermath

RAW VIDEO: Downtown Gulfport's Hurricane Camille aftermath

RAW VIDEO: West Gulfport to Bay St. Louis's Hurricane Camille aftermath

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