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Hurricane Frances Morning Briefing September 9, 2004. SEOC LEVEL 1 24 Hour Operations. SERT Chief. Mike DeLorenzo Steve Glenn. Up next – Meteorology. Meteorology. Ben Nelson. Category 5 Hurricane Ivan in the Caribbean Sea. Category 5 Hurricane Ivan – 1085 Miles Southeast of Key West.

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Hurricane Frances

Morning Briefing

September 9, 2004

sert chief
SERT Chief

Mike DeLorenzo

Steve Glenn

Up next – Meteorology

meteorology
Meteorology

Ben Nelson

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MAJOR DAMAGE AND DISRUPTION TO THE COMMUNITY IS EXPECTED. ROADS WILL BE CUT OFF AND MANY HOMES WILL BE SURROUNDED BY WATER. BOAT WASH DAMAGE TO HOMES WILL BE SEVERE.

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Top 5 Historical Crests(1) 23.25 ft on 09/13/1964 (2) 22.86 ft on 04/05/1973 (3) 22.29 ft on 09/25/1947 (4) 21.97 ft on 04/02/1948 (5) 19.88 ft on 03/31/1970

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Top 5 Historical Crests(1) 12.62 ft on 04/03/1987 (2) 12.56 ft on 06/30/1974 (3) 12.42 ft on 08/01/1965 (4) 12.31 ft on 02/21/1998 (5) 12.28 ft on 09/13/1964

rainfall forecast thu am through fri am
Rainfall Forecast – Thu AM through Fri AM

Up next – Information & Planning

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Hurricane Frances

September 9, 2004

operations chief
Operations Chief

Leo Lachat

Up next – Emergency Services

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Emergency Services
  • Current Operations –
    • ESF 16: 15 confirmed deaths
    • 1587 LEOs assigned to date, no manpower issues
    • ESF 10: 16 missions tasked (all completed except for 2 in constant monitoring)
    • Marina & Area Assessments performed as requested by impacted counties
    • Provided and will continue technical and logistical assistance to the impacted counties
    • USCG Strike Team at Ft. Pierce working their way south. EPA On-Scene Coordinators/START & ERRS in Orlando working missions.
    • ESF 4&9: 1 SAR team in St. Lucie County finishing operations
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Emergency Services
  • Current Operations (continued) –
    • 7 Disaster Medical Assistance Teams (DMAT) deployed
      • NM 1 - (35 Personnel) Martin Memorial Hospital
      • NC 1 - (35 Personnel) Holmes Regional Med. Center
      • FL 2 - (Team A - 16 Personnel) Martin County SNS
      • FL 2 - (Team B -17 Personnel) St Lucie County SNS
      • OH 5 - (35 Personnel) St. Lucie County SNS
      • RI 1 - (34 Personnel) St. Lucie County SNS
      • NY 2 - (35 Personnel) Indian River SNS
    • 4 DMATs staged
      • FL 1 – (34 Personnel) Staged at Home, (Ft Walton Bch)
      • FL 3 – (34 Personnel) Staged at Home (Tampa)
      • OH 1 - (34 Personnel) Staged Kissimmee
      • MI 1 - (35 Personnel) Staged Kissimmee
      • FL 4 - (12 Personnel) Orange Co. SNS
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Emergency Services
  • Current Operations (continued) –
    • 7 Disaster Medical Assistance Teams (DMAT) deployed
      • NM 1 - (35 Personnel) Martin Memorial Hospital
      • NC 1 - (35 Personnel) Holmes Regional Med. Center
      • FL 2 - (Team A - 16 Personnel) Martin County SNS
      • FL 2 - (Team B -17 Personnel) St Lucie County SNS
      • OH 5 - (35 Personnel) St. Lucie County SNS
      • RI 1 - (34 Personnel) St. Lucie County SNS
      • NY 2 - (35 Personnel) Indian River SNS
    • 4 DMATs staged
      • FL 1 – (34 Personnel) Staged at Home, (Ft Walton Bch)
      • FL 3 – (34 Personnel) Staged at Home (Tampa)
      • OH 1 - (34 Personnel) Staged Kissimmee
      • MI 1 - (35 Personnel) Staged Kissimmee
      • FL 4 - (12 Personnel) Orange Co. SNS
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Emergency Services
  • Current Operations (continued) –
    • EMAC Missions
      • 30 Nurses from SC (EMAC) on site Martin SNS
      • 50 Nurses from TN (EMAC) on site Tampa SNS
      • Medical Staff from VA (6 Personnel), GA (42 personnel), NC (88 personnel) (EMAC) being arranged
      • 368 medical staff for multiple mission deployed and 875 in reserve
      • 25 Special Needs Shelters open with 1373 residents
      • 4581 patients/residents evacuated from 139 health care facilities.
      • 2 (1 from Charlie) acute care facility and 1 rehabilitation center are closed
      • Placing a temporary county health department facility in Dixie County.
      • 2244 oxygen cylinders delivered to hospitals and/or special needs shelters
      • 258 portalets, and 10 dumpsters delivered
      • 253,000 cans of DEET and 63 cases of hand sanitizer delivered.
      • 58 Nursing homes continue on generators.
      • 3 county health department structures with significant damage.
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Emergency Services
  • Unmet Needs –
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations –
    • ESF 10 will continue assessments of impacted counties
    • ESF 16 will continue to fulfill missions as tasked
    • Continued evaluation of the health care infrastructure damage due to the storm.
    • Response to local health care services experiencing surge capacity overload.
    • Deployment of overhead assessment and response teams following the path of the storm.
    • Determination of preventative health care measures.

Up next – Human Services

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Human Services
  • Current Operations –
    • 3809 people remain in public shelter facilities, down from 6368 yesterday.
  • Unmet Needs –
    • Being addressed as identified
  • Future Operations –
    • Continue post event staging/ distribution of Mass Care/ food, water, and ice to affected population
    • Long term sheltering
    • Handling of animal injuries/ casualties from the storm
    • Coordination of volunteers and donations with affected counties

Up next – Infrastructure

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Infrastructure
  • Current Operations –
    • Identifying and mobilizing recon, impact assessment and PDA assets
    • Monitoring fuel availability and re-supply along evacuation routes
    • Supporting fuel requests for LSA’s and County Emergency Ops
    • 74+ fuel request missions handled so far
    • 487,883 wireline customers out in impacted areas
    • 83%+ coverage up for wireless customers
    • Sandbag requests supported
    • 1,193,209 customers identified as out of power so far (see msg 1549)
  • Unmet Needs –
    • Diesel and gasoline fuel
  • Future Operations –
    • Continue to monitor transportation, electricity, fuel and telecom systems

Up next – Military Support

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Military Support
  • Current Operations –
    • 5193 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 – Logistics

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Logistics

Up next – Finance & Administration

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Finance & Administration
  • Current Operations –
    • Assisting in the establishment of LSA\'s and Base Camps.
    • Assisting with deployment of Response staff and DFO staff.
  • Unmet Needs –
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations –
    • Continue to monitor costs
    • Continue to process purchasing and deployment assignments for Logistics and DFO Staff.

Up next – Public Information

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Public Information
  • Current Operations –
    • Continue to disseminate flooding safety message
    • Responding to media requests on distribution centers
  • Unmet Needs –
    • Updated intel on distribution centers
  • Future Operations –
    • Transition to DFO operations
    • Contingency plan for Ivan

Up next – Recovery

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Recovery
  • Current Operations –
    • Continue to support Hurricane Frances Response activities
    • Request IA for additional counties based upon damage
    • Conduct IA and PA Preliminary Damage Assessments
    • Conduct PA Applicant Briefings
    • Manage DRCs
  • Unmet Needs –
  • Future Operations –

Up next – SERT Chief

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SERT Chief

Mike DeLorenzo

september 9 at 1830 esf briefing

Next Briefing

September 9 at 1830

ESF Briefing

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