Stuntman Steve Wolf shows elementary students at LeBlanc Elementary how using pulleys makes it easier to lift someone like LeBlanc Elementary teacher Leah Trahan. Holding her up are students Seth Noegel, Blake Henson, Reed Guarino and Phillip Summers. Wolf then gives the rope to Regan Granger, the girl in the white shirt, so she can hold up the teacher by herself thanks to pulleys.
Sometimes Steve Wolf gets blown up or is set on fire. But he claims his job is not really dangerous at all. He works as a stuntman and a special-effects expert for movies and television.
Joe Brown Family - Back Row: Phillipe Saunier, Jimmy Domingues, Richard Dubois, Annie Domingues, Pat Arceneaux, Louise Brown, Father Bill Melancon, Josie Brown Arceneaux (daughter of victim Joe Brown), Monsignor Charles Dubois, Ed Domingues and Bob Domingues. Sitting: Delores Dubois, Rickey Domingues and Anna Brown Saunier. Monsignor Charles Dubois, nephew of Joe Brown, was a celebrant for the funeral mass 50 years ago.
Hurricane Hilda took something away from Josie Brown Arceneaux that no one has been able to replace 50 years later.
Family of brothers Vernice and Duffy Broussard; Front row L-R. Lisa Fleming Breaux, Landon Folsom, Jeannie Breaux, Avery Folsom; Back row (left to right) Fr. Bill Melancon, Bobby Breaux, James Breaux Sr., Vivian Broussard Gilbert (sister of victims), Mona Broussard, James Breaux, Jr. Nolan Broussard (brother of victims), Kecia Folsom, and Jeremy Folsom.
All though it was 50 years ago, one Vermilion Parish woman who lost her brothers when the water towers collapsed, can recall the night like it was yesterday.