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Hurricane Ivan. Morning Briefing September 17, 2004. SEOC LEVEL 1 24 Hour Operations. SERT Chief. Mike DeLorenzo Steve Glenn. Up Next – Meteorology. Meteorology. Ben Nelson. 11.0 FLOODING BECOMES A THREAT TO THE TREVOR COURT AND RATTLESNAKE BLUFF AREAS AS THE RIVER RISES ABOVE 11 FEET.

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Hurricane Ivan

Morning Briefing

September 17, 2004

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SERT Chief

Mike DeLorenzo

Steve Glenn

Up Next – Meteorology

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Meteorology

Ben Nelson

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11.0

FLOODING BECOMES A THREAT TO THE TREVOR COURT AND RATTLESNAKE BLUFF AREAS AS THE RIVER RISES ABOVE 11 FEET.

10.5

FLOODING TO TRAILERS NORTH OF THE OKALOOSA CORRECTIONAL INSITUTE WILL SUBSIDE AS THE RIVER LEVEL FALLS BELOW 10 FEET.

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Operations Chief

Leo Lachat

Ginger Edwards

Up Next – Emergency Services

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Asset Deployment – Hurricane Ivan

Up Next – Human Services

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Human Services

Up Next – ESF 4&9

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Human Services

  • Current Operations –
    • Ivan - Moving the resources into the affected counties.
    • Frances - Continue working deliveries from LSAs through the Logistics Chief.
    • Currently Open Shelter Statistics
      • 12,665 persons in public shelters, up from 12,014 yesterday
    • Total Hurricane Response Statistics to Date
      • American Red Cross
      • Meals and Snacks: , up from 5,699,178 yesterday
      • Shelter Population: 295,475, up from 294,824 yesterday
      • ERVs Deployed: 229
      • Emergency Aid Stations: 24
      • Bulk Distribution Routes: 32
      • Service Centers: 30
      • Clean up-Kits: 8,796, up from 8,114 yesterday
      • Comfort Kits: 3133, up from 3050 yesterday
      • Registrations: 3,389 (unchanged)
      • Total Red Cross Workers: 16,374 ---- 635 (Ivan), 8,381 (Charley), 6,908 (Frances)
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Human Services

  • Current Operations (continued) –
    • Salvation Army
    • Individuals Assisted: 1,597,286, up from 1,581,153 yesterday
    • Meals Served: 1,997,249, up from 1,962,254 yesterday
    • Gallons of water: 752,265, up from 686,251 yesterday
    • Pounds of Ice: 2,514,953, up from 2,430,473 yesterday
    • Canteens: 66, up from 47 yesterday
    • Comfort Stations: 19 (Unchanged)
    • Mobile Kitchen Trailers: 3 (Unchanged)
    • Number of Volunteers: 3,284, serving 29,208 hours
  • Unmet Needs –
    • Working to resolve Unmet needs from Hurricane Charley, Frances, and Ivan (i.e. tarps on backorder from FEMA)
    • Awaiting Additional MREs from other States. Florida MRE resources are tapped out.
  • Future Operations –
    • Sheltering of evacuees, Mass Care Operations, delivery of food, water and ice, coordination of volunteers and donations, and the handling of animal issues in the areas that may be affected by Ivan.
    • Continue to provide mass care, deliver resources and volunteers, and assist with animal issues in the impact area of Hurricane Frances.

Up Next – Infrastructure

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Infrastructure

  • Current Operations –
    • Supporting post-impact responses for Hurricane Ivan
    • Supporting fuel requests for LSA’s and County Emergency Response Ops
    • Supporting county flood-fighting ops and sandbag requests
    • 17,474 customers identified as out of power (Frances) (see msg 1549)
    • 431,908 customers reported out (Ivan)
      • Escambia- 95% out - Holmes – 82 % out
      • Santa Rosa- 98% out - Walton – 56% out
      • Okaloosa- 96% out - Jackson – 51% out
      • Washington – 62% out - Bay – 69% out
  • Unmet Needs –
    • Diesel and gasoline fuels
    • Having great difficulty finding/contacting fuel vendors
  • Future Operations –
    • Continue to monitor transportation, flood-fighting, electricity, fuel and telecom systems

Up Next – Military Support

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Military Support

Up Next – ESF 8

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Military Support

  • Current Operations –
    • Strength: 5,229
    • S&R and Security operations
    • RECON Teams continue to asses damages
    • Aviation operations
    • Conducting humanitarian operations
  • Unmet Needs –
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations –
    • Established priorities of work are: Search and Rescue, Security and Humanitarian Missions
    • Staff and support Aviation request as needed
    • LNOs will remain in place as long as county needs
    • Review and analyze current and future missions and request EMAC support

Up Next – Logistics

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Logistics

Up Next – Finance & Administration

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Finance & Administration

  • Current Operations –
    • Assisting in the set up of the two new LSA\'s in the panhandle.
    • Assisting with the deployment and relocation of staff to the panhandle.
    • Continuing to provide purchasing needs for all events.
  • Unmet Needs –
    • Presently we are unable to find accommodations in the panhandle.
  • Future Operations –
    • Continue to monitor and track costs.
    • Continue to support EOC in any purchasing or deployment needs.

Up Next – Public Information

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Public Information

Up Next – Recovery

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Holmes

Jackson

Escambia

Santa Rosa

Okaloosa

Walton

Gadsden

Nassau

Washington

Calhoun

Hamilton

Jefferson

Leon

Bay

Madison

Duval

Columbia

Wakulla

Suwannee

Baker

Liberty

Taylor

Union

Clay

Gulf

Franklin

Lafayette

Bradford

St. Johns

Gilchrist

Alachua

Putnam

Dixie

Flagler

Levy

Marion

Volusia

Hurricane Ivan

Citrus

Lake

Seminole

Sumter

Hernando

Individual Assistance

Orange

Pasco

Brevard

Osceola

Pinellas

Polk

Hillsborough

Indian River

Declared for Individual Assistance

Manatee

Hardee

Okeechobee

St. Lucie

Highlands

DeSoto

Sarasota

Martin

Glades

Charlotte

Individual Assistance Requested 9/15/04

Lee

Hendry

Palm Beach

Broward

Collier

Miami-Dade

September 15, 2004

Monroe

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Holmes

Jackson

Escambia

Santa Rosa

Okaloosa

Walton

Gadsden

Nassau

Washington

Calhoun

Hamilton

Jefferson

Leon

Bay

Madison

Duval

Columbia

Wakulla

Suwannee

Baker

Liberty

Taylor

Union

Clay

Gulf

Franklin

Lafayette

Bradford

St. Johns

Gilchrist

Alachua

Putnam

Dixie

Flagler

Levy

Marion

Volusia

Citrus

Lake

Seminole

Sumter

Hernando

Hurricane Ivan

Orange

Pasco

Brevard

Osceola

Pinellas

Public Assistance

Polk

Hillsborough

Indian River

Manatee

Hardee

Okeechobee

St. Lucie

Highlands

DeSoto

Declared for Public Assistance

Category A & B

Sarasota

Martin

Glades

Charlotte

Lee

Hendry

Palm Beach

Broward

Collier

September 16, 2004

Miami-Dade

Monroe

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Recovery

  • Current Operations –
    • Received Major Disaster Declaration (IA, PA, HMGP). See Ivan Tracker #1550.
    • Affected counties requested to identify sites for Disaster Recovery Centers (DRCs). See Ivan Tracker # 920
  • Unmet Needs –
    • Continue to seek additional Recovery staff.
  • Future Operations –
    • Evaluate ARLs step downs and/or reassignments for future deployment.
    • Continue to do IA & PA preliminary damage assessments

Up Next – SERT Chief

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SERT Chief

Mike DeLorenzo

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Next Briefing

September 17 at 1830

ESF Briefing

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