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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

Hurricane Frances

Morning Briefing

September 9, 2004


Seoc level 1 24 hour operations

SEOC LEVEL124 Hour Operations


Sert chief

SERT Chief

Mike DeLorenzo

Steve Glenn

Up next – Meteorology


Meteorology

Meteorology

Ben Nelson


Category 5 hurricane ivan in the caribbean sea

Category 5 Hurricane Ivan in the Caribbean Sea


Category 5 hurricane ivan 1085 miles southeast of key west

Category 5 Hurricane Ivan – 1085 Miles Southeast of Key West


Hurricane frances morning briefing september 9 2004

30.0

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.


Hurricane frances morning briefing september 9 2004

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


Hurricane frances morning briefing september 9 2004

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


Information planning

Information & Planning

David Crisp


Hurricane frances morning briefing september 9 2004

Hurricane Frances

September 9, 2004


Hurricane frances morning briefing september 9 2004

Up next – Operations Chief


Operations chief

Operations Chief

Leo Lachat

Up next – Emergency Services


Emergency services

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


Emergency services2

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


Emergency services3

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


Emergency services4

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


Human services

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


Infrastructure

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


Military support

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


Logistics

Logistics

Up next – Finance & Administration


Finance administration

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


Public information

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


Recovery

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


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