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Hurricane Charley. August 21, 2004 0730 hrs. SEOC LEVEL 1 24 Hour Operations. SERT CHIEF. Leo Lachat. Up next – FEMA. FEMA. Up next – Meteorology. METEOROLOGY. Saturday Surface Analysis. Radar – 7:08AM. Today : Partly cloudy in the morning then becoming mostly cloudy.

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august 21 2004 0730 hrs

Hurricane Charley

August 21, 2004

0730 hrs

sert chief

SERT CHIEF

Leo Lachat

Up next – FEMA

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FEMA

Up next – Meteorology

recovery forecast

Today:

  • Partly cloudy in the morning then becoming mostly cloudy.
  • Isolated morning showers and thunderstorms then scattered showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon.
  • Chance of rain 50 percent.
  • Highs in the lower 90s.
  • Southeast winds around 5 mph becoming southwest 5 to 10 mph in the afternoon.
Recovery Forecast
tropical wave
Tropical Wave

Up next – Operations Chief

operations chief

OPERATIONS CHIEF

Up next – Emergency Services

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Emergency Services

  • Current Issues
    • DOH is deploying Mobile Medical Clinics
    • Deploying and maintaining port-o-lets at comfort stations and other locations
    • Base Camp is operational and located @ the North-bound rest area off of I-75 in Charlotte County
    • Working with FEMA and ARC to locate facilities for people with Special Needs
    • Fulfilling LE missions and coordinating between State LE, Local LE & FLNG
    • FDEP supporting request for generators for rural water systems/lift stations
  • Unmet Needs
    • Working on 9 temporary facilities for fire stations
    • Transport may be needed for transfer of patients to Punta Gorda.
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Emergency Services

EMERGENCY SERVICES
  • Future Operations
    • Assessments ongoing for public health needs
    • Assessing mental/physical condition of first responders
    • Continued support for base camps, LSA’s and comfort stations
    • Fire-Rescue crews monitoring and educating public on generator placement to prevent CO exposures
    • Redeployment of personnel and maintain support for current ones
    • Identify staffing plan for forward SERT

Up next – Human Services

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Human Services
  • Current Operations –
    • Continue to establish DRCs as required
    • Continue to distribute of food, water, and ice in support of the Comfort Stations, field kitchens, canteens and base camps
    • Continue deployment of disaster recovery personnel to Orlando DFO
    • Monitor resources and re-supply as needed
    • 7 DRCs established and 3 more proposed for immediate implementation
  • Unmet Needs –
    • No identified immediate unmet needs
  • Future Operations –
    • Set up additional Comfort Stations as required
    • Continue efforts to meet intermediate and long term housing needs
    • Continue to establish DRCs as required

Up next – Infrastructure

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Infrastructure
  • Current Operations –
    • 131,000 customers without electric service
    • Continue fuel support for impacted county operations (diesel, gasoline and LP)
    • Continue support of roadway debris clearance & traffic control system repairs
    • One (1) public drinking water system in Charlotte County is non-operational due to a
    • Water main break (4,700 customers), however, it is currently cross-connected and serviced by another operating system.
    • 34,500 wire line POTs customers are out of service
    • 95% wireless customers have service in Southwest FL; only 76% of wireless customers in Charlotte County have service
    • Coordinating radio, satellite, cell, POTs and internet connectivity telecom requests
  • Unmet Needs –
    • Monitoring fuel delivery resources
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Infrastructure
  • Future Operations –
    • Continue to support fuel and telecom requests
    • Continue to monitor and support transportation, electrical, telecom, potable and waste water system restoration
    • Transition to recovery operations (e.g., debris removal, permanent repairs, etc.)

Up next – Military Support

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Military Support
  • Current Operations –
    • Strength: 3915 Soldiers and Airmen
    • Over 750 soldiers performing security missions
    • Logisitic and Humanitarian Support at LSA Lakeland/Charlotte
    • Engineer Activities in effected areas
    • Ongoing Rotary Wing Aircraft missions
  • Unmet needs –
    • None
  • Future Operations –
    • Security Operations
    • LSA Operations and support
    • Humanitarian Support
    • Replacement Operations (Release of College Students)

Up next – Logistics

logistics

LOGISTICS

Up next – Finance & Administration

finance administration

FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION

Up next – Public Information

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ESF 14 – PUBLIC INFORMATION

Up next – Recovery

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Recovery
  • Current Operations –
    • PDA team continues damage assessment for impacted counties.
    • Continue transition of recovery activities to DFO
  • Unmet needs –
    • Staffing
  • Future Operations –
    • Implementation of Disaster Recovery and Mitigation activities

Up next – SERT Chief

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SERT CHIEF

Leo Lachat

next briefing

NEXT BRIEFING

August 21 at 1830

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