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Utah ShakeOut Integrated Working Groups. Utah State Capitol Complex, Salt Lake City, UT August 24 – September 23, 2010. 30. Scenario. 31. Salt Lake County. 12 County Region. Population of 2,148,078 people (2005 Census Bureau data) 27,583 square miles Over 666,000 households. 32.

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Utah shakeout integrated working groups

Utah ShakeOut Integrated Working Groups

Utah State Capitol Complex, Salt Lake City, UT

August 24 – September 23, 2010

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Scenario

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12 county region

Salt LakeCounty

12 County Region

  • Population of 2,148,078 people (2005 Census Bureau data)

  • 27,583 square miles

  • Over 666,000 households

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Building inventory

Building Inventory

  • Estimated 541,000 buildings in the region with a total building replacement value (excluding contents) of $115 billion

  • Approximately 94% of the buildings are associated with residential housing

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Critical facility inventory

Critical Facility Inventory

  • Essential facilities:

    • 39 hospitals with a total bed capacity of 4,605 beds

    • 853 schools

    • 212 fire stations

    • 89 police stations

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High potential loss hpl facilities

High Potential Loss (HPL) Facilities

  • 272 dams

    • 117 are classified as ‘high hazard’

  • 636 hazardous material sites

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Transportation and utility inventory

Transportation and Utility Inventory

  • 7 transportation systems (highways, railways, light rail, bus, ports, ferry and airports)

    • over 3,595 km of highways

    • 1,902 bridges

    • 93,834 km of pipes

  • 6 utility systems (potable water, wastewater, natural gas, crude & refined oil, electric power and communications)

    • Total value of the lifeline inventory: $32 billion

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Wednesday

December 1

2010

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Breaking News

7.0 magnitude earthquake

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

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2,289

dead

31,ooo

Injured

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$70,000,000,000

In damages and losses

Building Losses

  • $35 billion in building-related losses

  • 25% of the estimated losses were related to the business interruption of the region

  • Largest loss was sustained by the residential occupancies which made up over 60% of the total loss

Transportation Losses

  • Inventory: $27 billion

  • Economic: $948 million

    Utility Lifeline Losses

  • Inventory: $7 billion

  • Economic: $587 million

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64,000

  • Over 204,000 buildings are at least moderately damaged

    • 38% of the buildings in the region

  • 82% of the completely destroyed buildings are unreinforced masonry buildings

Buildings collapse

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Shaking intensity

  • The earthquake lasts as long as 1 minute in some areas

  • It affects 80% of the population of Utah

    • From Brigham City to Santaquin

    • Covering 120 miles from north to south

  • High chance for Aftershocks

    • Statistically, expect one 6.0 M and several 5.0 M within 72 hours

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water gas power

Electrical Power

  • 257,352 households without power

  • 8 electrical facilities damaged

    Water/Waste Water

  • 306,712 households without potable water

  • 3,319 breaks and leaks in potable water pipelines

  • 5 waste water treatment facilities damaged

  • 2625 breaks and leaks in waste water pipelines

Life lines severed

Natural Gas

  • 1 natural gas facility damaged

  • 98 breaks and leaks in natural gas pipelines

    Oil Systems

  • 45 breaks and leaks in oil pipelines

  • 8 oil facilities damaged

    Communications

  • 20 communications facilities damaged

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Critical Facilities damaged

  • Hospitals: 16 (of 39) damaged

    • Of the 4,605 hospital beds available for use only 1,934 hospital beds (42%) are available for use by patients already in the hospital and those injured by the earthquake

  • Schools: 105 (of 853) damaged

  • EOCs: 25% damaged

  • Police Stations: 4 (of 89) damaged

  • Fire Stations: 18 (of 212) damaged

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Transportation impacted

  • Salt Lake City International Airport

    • Major damage to all runways, ramps and taxiways

    • Damage to terminals 1 and 2

  • Major highways damaged making ground transportation difficult and impacting egress and traffic around the city

    • Severe damage to sections of I-80, I-15 and I-215

  • Bridges

    • 140 damaged beyond repair

    • 469 moderately damaged

  • Railways

    • Rail lines twisted and severed in several areas; rail yards damaged

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Fires

  • Following the earthquake

    • 161 ignitions that burned about 7.62 sq. mi

    • Estimated 30,813 people displaced

    • Burn about $1.8 billion of building value

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97,700

  • 62,328 people seek temporary shelter in public shelters

  • Over 200,000 seek shelter on their own

Households displaced

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response efforts

  • The earthquake triggers an immediate Presidential disaster declaration

  • DHS directs implementation of the NRF Catastrophic Incident Supplement to push the deployment of Federal support to save lives, prevent human suffering and mitigate further damage

  • The State EOC and all local and county EOCs have been activated

  • The Region VIII RRCC has been activated and FEMA has deployed National and Regional IMATs and MERS to the area to coordinate with the State and stand up a JFO

  • Surrounding States activate their EOCs

  • Multiple Incident Command Posts (ICPs) have been established throughout the impacted area

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Comments and questions

Comments and Questions?

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