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Hurricane Frances Evening Briefing September 10, 2004. SEOC LEVEL 1 24 Hour Operations. State Coordinating Officer. Craig Fugate. Up next – SERT Chief. SERT Chief. Mike DeLorenzo Steve Glenn. Up next – Meteorology. Meteorology. Ben Nelson. Up next – Information & Planning.

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Hurricane frances evening briefing september 10 2004

Hurricane Frances

Evening Briefing

September 10, 2004


Seoc level 1 24 hour operations

SEOC LEVEL124 Hour Operations


State coordinating officer

State Coordinating Officer

Craig Fugate

Up next – SERT Chief


Sert chief

SERT Chief

Mike DeLorenzo

Steve Glenn

Up next – Meteorology


Meteorology

Meteorology

Ben Nelson

Up next – Information & Planning


Category 4 hurricane ivan approaching jamaica

Category 4 Hurricane Ivan Approaching Jamaica


Category 4 hurricane ivan 635 miles southeast of key west

Category 4 Hurricane Ivan – 635 Miles Southeast of Key West


Hurricane frances evening briefing september 10 2004

Top 3 Historical Crests(1) 36.20 ft on 09/16/1964 (2) 32.98 ft on 02/26/1998 (3) 27.21 ft on 03/15/2003


Hurricane frances evening briefing september 10 2004

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Top 5 Historical Crests(1) 8.50 ft on 10/15/1953 (2) 8.14 ft on 10/11/1960 (3) 7.32 ft on 10/13/1948 (4) 7.30 ft on 09/28/1945 (5) 7.19 ft on 09/21/1964


Rainfall forecast fri pm through sat pm

Rainfall Forecast – Fri PM through Sat PM

Up next – Information & Planning


Information planning

Information & Planning

David Crisp


Hurricane frances evening briefing september 10 2004

Up next – ESF 1&3


Operations chief

Operations Chief

Leo Lachat

Up next – ESF 1&3


Esf 1 transportation esf 3 public works

ESF #1 – TransportationESF #3 – Public Works


Esf 1 transportation esf 3 public works1

ESF #1 – TransportationESF #3 – Public Works

Current Operations –

ResourceRequestsTotal Resources

Transportation1422 trucks, drivers

Barricades11921

SFWMD Resources99 teams personnel, equipmt

Variable Message Signs2863

CAP Air Teams4123 aircraft, 15 personnel

CAP Ground Teams1922 vehicles, 75 personnel

DOT RECON Air Teams64 rotary, 1 aircraft, 13 staff

DOT RECON Ground Teams66 vehicles, 12 personnel

DOT County Maps SEOCSelf-Serve520

DOT County Maps DFOAll Efforts1,875

DOT State Maps SEOCSelf-Serve565

DOT State Maps DFOAll Efforts4,800


Esf 1 transportation esf 3 public works2

ESF #1 – TransportationESF #3 – Public Works

ResourceRequestsTotal Resources

Pumps631

Generators422

Sign Repair1County-Wide

Sandbags19845,000

Underwater Bridge Inspectors12 divers, 1 vehicle

Water Debris Clearance25 teams

DOT Liaisons ESF-535 personnel

DOT Liaisons PDA112 personnel, vehicles

DOT Liaisons DFO-PA421 personnel, vehicles

DOT Liaisons DFO-CR113 personnel, vehicles

Water Transport39 trucks, drivers

Fuel Data77 spreadsheets

Debris Removal77 teams, personnel, equipmt

Sat-Phones22 Sat-Phones


Esf 1 transportation esf 3 public works3

ESF #1 – TransportationESF #3 – Public Works

ResourceRequestsTotal Resources

Coordination with CSX3ESF-17, -10, -16

Info Msg – Tolls/Turnpike4Status Reports

Info Msg – Airports3Status Reports

Info Msg – Railroads2Status Reports

Info Msg – Seaports2Status Reports

DCA Request DRC Mgrs14 personnel, 4 vehicles

DCA Request ARLs15 personnel, 5 vehicles

CAP EOCsn/a2 CAP EOCs o/t SEOC

CAP County EOC Liaisons329 personnel

DOT EOCsn/a9 DOT EOCs o/t SEOC

DOT County EOC Liaisonsn/a29 County EOCs, 73 staff

FHWA-ER (FDOT)n/a$15,674,000 D-1 Charley

USACE (SFWMD)n/a$ under assessment


Esf 1 transportation esf 3 public works4

ESF #1 – TransportationESF #3 – Public Works

  • Unmet Needs –

    • 1M sandbags from USACE

  • Future Operations –

    • Frances response

    • Ivan preparedness, assessment, response


Esf 1 transportation esf 3 public works5

ESF #1 – TransportationESF #3 – Public Works

Civil Air Patrol

  • Current Operations –

    • 21 sorties SDIS photo-recon missions for riverwatch and flooding

    • 2 sorties for transport of technician to repair EAS in Monroe County (and return)

    • Continue Distribution Center Mission in Daytona Beach

    • 2 Truckloads of ice

    • 2 Truckloads of MRE

    • 4 Truckloads of water

    • 1565 people served

    • 2 Mission Bases at Tallahassee and Naples

  • Unmet Needs –

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations –

    • Continue distribution center operations

    • Support riverwatch and flooding operations (dependant on weather)

    • Begin aircraft evacuation from Naples base

    • Begin mobilization of RECON and FCT for Ivan

    • Support ESF's and Counties as required


Esf 1 transportation esf 3 public works6

ESF #1 – TransportationESF #3 – Public Works

ResourceRequestsTotal Resources

SFWMD EOCsn/a1 SFWMD EOC other than SEOC

SFWMD County Liaisonsn/a6 County EOCs, 14 personnel

Up next – ESF 2


Esf 2 communications

ESF #2 – Communications


Esf 2 communications1

ESF #2 – Communications

  • Current Operations –

    • Coordinating cell/sat phone requests anddeliveries, phone line installations

    • Coordinating communications set up for T1 lines, POTS, dsl, etc for the LSAs

    • approx 300 phone lines installed

    • Monitoring 800 MHz State Law Enforcement System SLERS is 100% operational with wide-area connectivity.Seven (7) sites remain on generator power, down from sixteen (16) yesterday. Refueling will be completed today.- All affected microwave antennas have been realigned

    • 428,984 customers wireline outages reported in impacted areas

    • 44, 817 services restored to customers wireline from yesterday 9/9

    • over 650,000 services restored since Hurricane Frances (voice and data lines)

    • 97.5% average of wireless coverage about 9.5% increase since 9/9

    • approx 1123 cell sites have been restored

    • 35 COWS

    • 5 SAT COLTS


Esf 2 communications2

ESF #2 – Communications

  • Current Operations (continued) –

    • approx 5500 cell phones

    • 244 wireless air card

    • 12 toll free voice conference lines

    • 738 generators

  • Unmet Needs –

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations –

    • Continuing to assess resource for in preparation for Ivan Hurricane

    • Continue to support communications needs of LSA's, EOC, state, and county agencies

Up next – ESF 4&9


Esf 4 fire fighting esf 9 search rescue

ESF #4 – Fire FightingESF #9 – Search & Rescue


Esf 4 fire fighting esf 9 search rescue1

ESF #4 – Fire FightingESF #9 – Search & Rescue

  • Current Operations –

    • As of September 10, at 15:50 hours ESF 4&9 has tasked 42 missions since activation for Hurricane Frances.

    • The following resources have been tasked and are currently deployed:

      • 1 FEMA Joint Management Team staged in Florida

      • 2 Federal SAR Task Force units are on standby in Florida

      • 4 Federal SAR Task Force units are on standby out of state

      • 2 MAC Units

      • 3 Public Information Officers (checking status)

      • 4 Overhead Teams DOF

      • 2 SERT personnel to staff EOC in Ormond Beach for Hurricane Ivan

  • Unmet Needs –

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations –

    • Activation of FL USAR Teams 1 & 2

    • Continue to assess rising rivers

    • Planning for Hurricane Ivan

Up next – ESF 6


Esf 6 mass care

ESF #6 – Mass Care

Up next – ESF 8


Esf 6 mass care1

ESF #6 – Mass Care

  • Current Operations –

    • ARC

      • Pulling all resources back by noon Saturday

      • filling warehouse to prepare for rapid redeployment after storm passes

    • TSA

      • Pulling West Coast resources back at noon Saturday. Will attempt to keep East Coast resources operational.

    • Shelters - as of 1630, 43 shelters, housing 2364 shelterees, were open

    • More MREs are expected in state tonight

  • Unmet Needs –

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations –

    • Preparing for Ivan evacuations and post storm response operations

Up next – ESF 8


Esf 8 health medical

ESF #8 – Health & Medical

Up next – ESF 10


Esf 10 hazardous materials

ESF #10 – Hazardous Materials


Esf 10 hazardous materials1

ESF #10 – Hazardous Materials

  • Current Operations –

    • Continuing cleanup of various oil and minor hazardous materials incidents, many at marinas throughout the impact area.

    • Closely monitoring low pH process water levels at Cargill Fertilizer facility at Riverside and other phosphate companies.

    • Continuing daily assessments of drinking water, waste water, solid waste, RCRA HazWaste, and phosphate facilities.

    • Working to support generator requests for small drinking water facilities and wastewater facilities using cooperative arrangements between utilities in intact and impacted areas.

    • Solid waste facilities status is affected counties.

      • 91 Operational

      • 2 not operational

      • 7 unconfirmed/unknown

    • Drinking water facilities status in affected counties:

      • 156 operational

      • 1 not operational

      • 137 unconfirmed/unknown


Esf 10 hazardous materials2

ESF #10 – Hazardous Materials

  • Current Operations (continued) –

    • Domestic Waste water facilities status in affected counties:

      • 251 operational

      • 8 not operational

      • 99 operational with follow-up needs

      • 24 unconfirmed/unknown status

    • RCRA hazardous waste remediation facilities status in affected counties - No RCRA regulated hazardous waste releases reported.

  • Unmet Needs –

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations –

    • Continue assessments throughout impacted areas.

    • Continue working with phosphate facilities to assess potential for further spills.

    • Coordinate debris management issues with impacted counties.

Up next – ESF 11


Esf 11 food water

ESF #11 – Food & Water


Esf 11 food water1

ESF #11 – Food & Water

  • Current Operations –

    • 282 truckloads (approx. 11.3 million pounds) of ice delivered

    • 317 truckloads (approx. 1.5 million gallons) of water delivered

    • 100,000 meals have been delivered to Mass feeding organizations

    • 15,300 cases of baby food, formula and water have been delivered to distribution sites

  • Unmet Needs –

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations –

    • Supporting Mass Care needs

    • Monitoring inventories and reordering as necessary

Up next – ESF 12


Esf 12 energy

ESF #12 – Energy


Esf 12 energy1

ESF #12 – Energy

  • Current Operations –

    POWER

    • Estimated 648,000 customers without power. Down from peak of 4.4 million. (restored power to 3.8 million customers)

    • Restorations have begun and are ongoing. ETRs available by county on Tracker # 4023

    • 20,000 plus out-of-state personnel from as far away as Canada are being tasked throughout the state to assist with power restoration

    • Continuing to monitor outages

    • In process of preparing for Hurricane Ivan.

  • Unmet Needs –

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations –

    • Continue restoration of power as weather permits

    • Continue to work with suppliers and vendors to get an adequate fuel supply to the needed locations

Up next – ESF 13


Esf 13 military support

ESF #13 – Military Support


Esf 13 military support1

ESF #13 – Military Support

  • Current Operations –

    • 5456 Soldiers and Airmen performing Humanitarian and/or Security missions

    • Supporting transportation requirements

    • Supporting LSA operations

    • Task Force 53rd Operates in Southern Florida

    • Task Force 83rd Operates in Northern Florida

  • Unmet Needs –

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations –

    • Continue Humanitarian and Security missions

    • Refit and plan / prep for Hurricane Ivan

Up next – ESF 14


Esf 14 public information

ESF #14 – Public Information

Up next – ESF 15


Esf 15 volunteers donations

ESF #15 – Volunteers & Donations


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ESF #15 – Volunteers & Donations

  • Current Operations –

    • Identified delivery locations for donation of 20 trucks of water (Anheuser Busch)

    • Use of 150 passenger Jet Plane accepted by Salvation Army

    • Donation / delivery of 350 beds with box springs

    • $800 Donation to the RRC

    • Phone Bank calls 1075 received / 389 taken today

    • LSA & RRC access procedures

  • Unmet Needs –

    • Warehouse location in central Florida

  • Future Operations –

    • Identify Additional Volunteer Reception Centers

    • Field Coordination with Voluntary Agencies

    • Identify location of local distribution sites


Esf 15 volunteers donations2

ESF #15 – Volunteers & Donations

Up next – ESF 16


Esf 16 law enforcement

ESF #16 – Law Enforcement


Esf 16 law enforcement1

ESF #16 – Law Enforcement

  • Current Operations –

    • Responding to request for law enforcement and security missions. Missions are being filled by state and local law enforcement officers within the impacted areas

    • Support on-going evacuation of keys

    • 23 confirmed deaths

  • Unmet Needs –

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations –

    • Continue to support local law enforcement in all impacted areas

    • Planning for response to Hurricane Ivan

Up next – ESF 17


Esf 17 animal protection

ESF #17 – Animal Protection


Esf 17 animal protection1

ESF #17 – Animal Protection

  • Current Operations –

    • Incident Command Post (ICP) at IFAS Extension Service Training Center at Kissimmee, FL

    • Over the last 48 hours, eleven Assessment and Response Teams deployed to West Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, Okeechobee, Indian River, Columbia, Brevard, Seminole, Volusia, Lake, Sumter, Marion & Orange counties.

    • Code 3 Mobile Veterinary Hospital has been de-mobilized.

    • Multiple ESF17 staging areas established

    • Coordinating of generator fuel for dairies.

  • Unmet Needs –

    • Generators and fuel for dairy operations in Okeechobee area

  • Future Operations –

    • Push supplies to staging areas

    • Continued assessment and response for flooding issues in North Central Florida

    • Distribute updated listing of emergency animal sheltering facilities along evacuation route

    • ESF17 personnel evacuation for Ivan

Up next – Finance & Administration


Finance administration

Finance & Administration


Finance administration1

Finance & Administration

  • Current Operations –

    • Advances and travel arrangements for field deployment.

    • Purchases to assist with the stabilization of the DFO and LSA's in preparation for Ivan.

  • Unmet Needs –

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations –

    • Setting up all cost codes for Ivan

    • Tracking and maintaining all costs separately between the different storms

    • State Agencies need to contact their Financial Officers and advise them that all costs will need to be separated between Francis and Ivan

Up next – Logistics


Logistics

Logistics


Logistics1

Logistics

  • Current Issues –

    Product received and Working through the LSAs:

    • 84 Installed Generators

    • 74 in Progress

    • 11Truckloads of H2O, plus 118 pallets of H2O

    • 43 pallets MRE's

    • 83,000 cans bug spray, plus 96 pallets of bug spray

    • 2 Truckloads diapers, plus 60 more pallets baby diapers / 15 pallets adult diapers / 3 pallets underwear

    • 18 Truckload ice

    • more than 2008 tarps

    • 8 Forklifts / 6 pallet jacks

    • 2 Forklift Ramps

    • 100 cots

    • 9 boxes of shrink wrap

    • 24 pallets baby food

    • 1 - 1000 ton chiller

    • 7 Refrigerator trucks


Logistics2

Logistics

  • Current Issues (continued) –

    • 4 Dry box trailers

    • 10 pallets 1st Aid

    • 6 pallets Tents

    • 3 pallets Sleeping Bags

    • 90 boxes Anti-biotic cream

    • 300 cases of Sun Screen

    • 12 pallets Hand Sanitizer

    • 6 Golf Carts

  • Unmet Needs –

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations –

    • Continue to support the LSA's

    • Continue to support the forward teams

    • Continue to prepare for Ivan

Up next – Recovery


Recovery

Recovery


Recovery1

Recovery

  • Current Operations –

    • Continue to support Hurricane Frances Response activities

    • Received Amendment #4 to FEMA - 1545-DR-FL for Individual Assistance (Baker, Bradford, Lee, Nassau, Pinellas, Union Counties) #4508


Hurricane frances evening briefing september 10 2004

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

Hurricane Frances

As of 09-10-04

Hernando

Orange

Pasco

Brevard

Osceola

Pinellas

Polk

Hillsborough

Indian River

Manatee

Hardee

Okeechobee

St. Lucie

Highlands

Declared for Individual Assistance

DeSoto

Sarasota

Martin

Glades

Charlotte

Lee

Hendry

Palm Beach

Damage Assessments ongoing

Broward

Collier

Miani-Dade

Monroe


Recovery2

Recovery

  • Current Operations (continued) –

    • Joint State/Federal Preliminary Damage Assessments

      • PA - 22 Completed

    • Disaster Recovery Centers

      • 11 scheduled to be temporarily closed due to Hurricane Ivan

    • Community Relations

      • Teams are being moved from the west coast due to Ivan

    • Train additional ARL for Hurricane Ivan

  • Unmet Needs –

    • Continue to seek additional staff for Recovery activities

  • Future Operations –

    • Continue to collect damage data for IA add ons (#3830)

    • Continue to conduct :

      • Preliminary Damage Assessments

      • Public Assistance Applicant Briefings

      • Establish additional Disaster Recovery Centers

      • Finalize the Mitigation Strategy for Hurricanes Charley and Frances

Up next – SERT Chief


Sert chief1

SERT Chief

Mike DeLorenzo


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