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Hurricane Katrina

Hurricane Katrina

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Hurricane Katrina

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  1. Hurricane Katrina

  2. Silence All Phones and Pagers Please move conversations into ESF rooms and busy out all phones. Thanks for your cooperation.

  3. Fire Medical Stress Severe Weather Parking Safety Briefing

  4. SEOCLEVEL10800 – 1800

  5. EOC Staffing • STATE COORDINATING OFFICER – Craig Fugate • SERT CHIEF – Michael DeLorenzo • OPERATIONS CHIEF – Mark Fuller • ESF 5 CHIEF – David Crisp • LOGISTICS CHIEF – Chuck Hagan • FINANCE & ADMIN CHIEF – Suzanne Adams • PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER – Mike Stone • RECOVERY – Frank Koutnik

  6. State Coordinating Officer Craig Fugate Up Next – FEMA

  7. FEMA Up Next – SERT Chief

  8. SERT Chief Michael DeLorenzo Up Next – Meteorology

  9. Meteorology Ben Nelson

  10. Tropical Storm Ophelia – 70 mph Winds

  11. Real-time Wind Field Analysis

  12. Current Steering Flow

  13. Thursday AM Weather Map

  14. Up Next – Information & Planning

  15. Information & Planning David Crisp Up Next – Operations

  16. 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 Areas of Operations Gilchrist Alachua Putnam Dixie Flagler Levy Marion Volusia Citrus Lake Seminole Sumter Hernando Pearl River George Orange Pasco Brevard Stone Osceola Pinellas Polk Hillsborough Jackson Indian River Harrison Manatee Hardee Okeechobee Hancock St. Lucie Highlands DeSoto Sarasota Martin Glades Charlotte Lee Hendry Palm Beach Broward Collier Extended Shelter Operations Miani-Dade Monroe Hurricane Ophelia Operations

  17. 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 Panhandle Area of Operations Levy Marion Volusia Response Indicators Citrus Lake Seminole Sumter Hernando Orange Pasco Sheltering Brevard Osceola Pinellas Polk Hillsborough Indian River No Shelters Open or on Standby Manatee Hardee Okeechobee St. Lucie Highlands DeSoto Sarasota Martin Shelters on Standby Glades Charlotte Lee Hendry Palm Beach Shelters Open Broward Collier Miani-Dade Mississippi 115 ARC shelters open, 11,063 Monroe

  18. Mississippi Operational Summary

  19. Mississippi Operational Summary

  20. Mississippi Summary Information EMAC – 39 states - 13,964 personnel - $210,488,982.67. 4 DRCs – Ocean Springs, Waveland, Pascagoula and Moss Point. 70,000 of 600,000 phone customers are still without service. 1255 Of 1368 water systems statewide are operable. 557,011 meals have been delivered. A total of 14,451 troops from 19 states have been deployed.

  21. Planning Considerations Focus response efforts on: South Florida Panhandle Task Force Florida – Mississippi Shelterees from other states Tropical Storm Ophelia Keep the emergency worker safe. Emergency workers must go through “check-in.” Anticipate - What resources will likely be needed.

  22. Planning Considerations Fuel will be limited. Communicate – communicate – communicate. Unsafe and unsanitary work environment. Emergency workers should go through Debrief and Decontamination. Determine what resources are needed to handle Tropical Storm Ophelia. Report status information to ESF5. Up Next – Operations

  23. Operations Up Next – ESF 1&3

  24. Hurricane Katrina State IAP #18 Operational Period: 0700 09-13-05 to 0700 09-14-05 Up Next – ESF 1&3

  25. ESF 1&3 Transportation & Public Works Up Next – ESF 2

  26. ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works • Current Issues • Fuel - continue to support fuel missions • Mississippi Bridge recovery team deployed on Monday (9/12/05) • Preparing Demobilizing plan • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Support future EMAC missions as needed Up Next – ESF 2

  27. ESF 2 Communications Up Next – ESF 4&9

  28. ESF 2 – Communications • Current Issues • Stennis FL Area Command Ctr up and operational • 9-1-1 Center should be operational by the end of the week. • 4 communications support personnel in MS (Hancock Co EOC/Stennis) • FM radio station is broadcasting a tone; 103.5 FM should be operational this evening. • 3000 AM/FM radio delivered to Hancock CO along with 5000 batteries. 7000 additional batteries on order. • Unmet Needs • Cell service coverage is extremely poor and there is a lot of delays. • Future Operations • Continue to support communications for Florida Task Force in MS, and SEOC ESF agencies. • Unknown date of Demobilization due scope of the project ESF2 personnel is involved with. Up Next – ESF 4&9

  29. ESF 4&9 Firefighting and Search & Rescue Up Next – ESF 6

  30. ESF 6 Mass Care Up Next – ESF 8

  31. ESF 6 – Mass Care • Current Issues • In Mississippi • There are 10 kitchens is southern Mississippi operated by either TSA, The 7th Day Adventists or Southern Baptists which are being supported by ARC, Gulfport or TSA Biloxi. • TSA canteens have distributed 25,572 of these meals and ARC ERVS have distributed 33,500 for a total of 59,072 meals. • There are 19 Shelters with a population of 1,512. • In Florida ARC reports that the last shelter in Chipley is closing this afternoon. However feeding and social service activities continue. • Some ARC statistics: • Florida to date: • meals & snacks served: 171,936 • fixed feeding sites: 20 • mobile feeding units: 4 • shelters opened: 21 • shelterees: 1,756 • daily rental units: 716 • monthly rental units: 2 • cases opened: 10,267

  32. ESF 6 – Mass Care • Current Issues • Some ARC statistics: • Mississippi • meals & snacks served: 2,351,090 • fixed feeding sites: 302 • mobile feeding units: 135 • shelters opened: 302 • shelterees: 55,410 • daily rental units: 0 • monthly rental unit: 64 • cases opened: 4,785 • Alabama • meals & snacks served: 502,569 • fixed feeding sites: 51 • mobile feeding units: 29 • shelters opened: 51 • shelterees: 5,421 • daily rental units: 167 • monthly rental units: 65 • cases opened: 5,600

  33. ESF 6 – Mass Care • Current Issues • Consolidated at a Glance - Event to date all locations • Shelters/evacuation centers: 900 • Overnight stays: 1,938,227 • Meals: 7,654,558 • Snacks: 6,628,560 • Cases: 106,808 • Transient Accommodations (as of 9/11): 36,971 rooms • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Continue to support the Mississippi team. • Prepare to end response and transition to Recovery • Prepare for and implement demobilization of Florida human resources by Friday, September 16. Up Next – ESF 8

  34. ESF 8 Health & Medical Up Next – ESF 10 Up Next – ESF 10

  35. ESF 8 – Health & Medical • Current Operations • As of 9/12/05, 182 Florida health and medical staff are currently deployed to Mississippi. • 17 deployed personnel are en-route from Stennis to Tallahassee. • There have been 390 ESF8 personnel deployed to date including 140 Emergency Medical Services (EMS) personnel. • Ten (10) new missions were received on 09/12/05. • There are 181 open ESF8 missions in EMAC Tracker. • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Planning for disengagement of all ESF 8 operations in Mississippi by September 29th. Up Next – ESF 10

  36. ESF 10 Hazardous Materials Up Next – ESF 11 Up Next – ESF 11

  37. ESF 10 – Hazardous Materials • Current Issues • T Team demobilizing • FLAWARN technical assistant crews remain in MS. • ESF 10 Standing down in SEOC • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Bring FLAWARN crews out of MS. Up Next – ESF 11

  38. ESF 11 Food & Water Up Next – ESF 12 Up Next – ESF 12

  39. ESF 11 – Food & Water • Current Issues • 250 truckloads of water ordered for Florida: • 100 trucks of water have been delivered and staged as of today. • 60 additional trucks will be delivered within 72 hours. • 3 trucks of shelf stable meals. • 100 truckloads of ice ordered for Florida: • 35 trucks of ice have been delivered and stages as of today. • 20 additional trucks will be delivered within 72 hours. • 5 person ESF 11 LSA team on site at Stennis handling missions. • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Additional people being deployed to LSA. • Implement demobilization plan as appropriate. • Monitor deliveries of water and ice into State warehouses. Up Next – ESF 12

  40. ESF 12 Energy Up Next – ESF 13 Up Next – ESF 13

  41. CUSTOMER CAN NOT % OUT OF COUNTY BASE OUTAGES RECEIVE POWER GEORGE COUNTY EPA 9981 0 66 0% MS Power 3983 0 0% Total 13,964 0 66 0% HANCOCK COUNTY EPA 18,510 5000 27% MS Power 7728 0 4902 0% Total 26,238 5000 4902 19.00% HARRISON COUNTY EPA 19,832 7000 35% MS Power 61,709 0 19,809 0% Total 81,541 7000 19809 8.50% JACKSON COUNTY EPA 46,225 0 11 0% MS Power 19,881 0 1424 0% Total 66,106 0 1435 0% PEARL RIVER CNTY EPA 32,627 11,350 34.70% MS Power 8,026 0 14 0% Total 40,653 11,350 14 27.90% STONE COUNTY EPA 5141 2260 43.90% MS Power 2921 0 0% Total 8062 2260 0 28.00% TOTALS 236,564 25,610 26,226 10.80% ESF 12 – Energy • Current Issues • EMAC MUTUAL AID 2005 (MISSISSIPPI) • ELECTRICITY • Current outages are as shown below and in Tracker # 238

  42. ESF 12 – Energy • Current Issues • Mississippi Power - completed initial restoration efforts and 6,500 workers were released to assist other companies as of 9/11/05.  Will keep some workers for at least a few days to continue restoring service to customers when they are able to receive power. • FUELS • Bulk Storage: • 175.9 million gallons available for distribution now by 8 petroleum companies. • Next 3 days: 138.3 million gallons on 29 ships • Next 9 days:  233.6 million gallons on 46 ships • Retail: • Escambia County:  Within the I-10 corridor 75% of the facilities surveyed had plenty of fuel, while 25% were low.  Outside of the I-10 corridor, 58% of the facilities surveyed had plenty of fuel, 25% were low and 17% were completely out.  • Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton, Washington, Holmes and Bay Counties:  Within the I-10 corridor, 29% of the facilities surveyed had plenty of fuel, while 14% were low and 57% were completely out.  Outside of the I-10 corridor, 34% of the facilities surveyed had plenty of fuel, 39% were low and 27% were completely out.

  43. ESF 12 – Energy • Current Issues • FUELS (continued) • Retail: • Leon and Gadsden Counties:  69% of the facilities surveyed this morning had plenty of fuel, while 25% were low and 6% were completely out. • Duval County:  100% of the facilities surveyed had plenty of fuel. • Columbia, Suwannee, Madison, Baker and St. Johns Counties:  100% of the facilities surveyed in these counties had plenty of fuel. • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Continue supporting fuel and electricity issues on Katrina, Mississippi and Ophelia. Up Next – ESF 13

  44. ESF 13 Military Support Up Next – ESF 14

  45. ESF 13 – Military Support • Current Issues • 525 Soldiers & Airmen on Title 32 for Katrina • Strength on the ground 12 Sep 05 in LA: 6 Soldiers, MS: 409, FL: 110 Soldiers & Airmen • Joint Task Force ENGINEERS (MS): 76 Airmen & Soldiers (202d RHS & 269th EN Co) • Temporarily repaired a 650 square ft. hole in the roof of Bay-Waveland Middle School • Removed 30 truck loads of debris equivalent to 150 tons • Stacked 7 dump truck loads of steel and aluminum • Joint Task Force-FL (MS) 315 Airmen & Soldiers • Task Force 3-124th INFANTRY conducting security/humanitarian assistance (HA) missions • 18 security missions, 3 traffic control points (TCPs), 3 POD security missions, 1 After Hours Courtesy/Presence patrol + other HA missions • Distributed 24,816 bags of ice, 14,408 cases of water & 24,326 cases of MREs • Support from 708th CS Co, 144th Trans Co, 146th SC Bn, 290th JCSS, A/161st Med Co • Cooks (MS): 10 Soldiers at Gulfport, MS