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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 – Eve Rainey • OPERATIONS CHIEF – Bob Howard • 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 Eve Rainey Up Next – Meteorology

  9. Meteorology Michael Lowry

  10. Tropical Atlantic Overview

  11. Tropical Storm Ophelia – 210 Miles East-Northeast of Nantucket, Massachusetts

  12. Tropical Depression #18?

  13. Steering Pattern

  14. GFDL Computer Model

  15. Early Computer Model Guidance

  16. Tropical Depression #17

  17. Early Model Guidance

  18. Rainfall Forecast: 8 PM Mon – 8 PM Tue Up Next – Information & Planning

  19. Information & Planning Charlie Worthen Up Next – Operations

  20. 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 Miami-Dade Monroe Extended Shelter Operations RECOVERY

  21. 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 Miami-Dade Mississippi 128 ARC shelters open, 8,069 Monroe

  22. Mississippi Operational Summary

  23. Mississippi Operational Summary

  24. Mississippi Updates • 5 DRC are operational • MAC – 40 States, 16,596 personnel, $268,182,311.38 • 1289 of 1302 water systems water systems are operational • 7 DRCs operational • Burn ban – Hancock, Harrison, Jackson, George, Stone & Pearl River • Salvation Army 60 mobile units, 3 base kitchens • American Red Cross 80 mobile units16 kitchens • Combined meals served 3,494,637

  25. 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.

  26. 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

  27. Operations Bob Howard Up Next – ESF 1&3

  28. Hurricane Katrina State IAP #23 Operational Period: 0700 09-18-05 to 0700 09-19-05 Up Next – ESF 1&3

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

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

  31. ESF 2 – Communications • Current Issues • Four ESF 2 communications personnel remain in MS • Hancock 9-1-1 Call/Dispatch Center re-established • Personnel enroute for team relief @ 800 MHz mobile command post in MS (Polk County) • Personnel enroute for team relief @ EDICS mobile trailer @ Hancock County • Working demobilization for equipment and/or transfer of leased/contracted services • Unmet Needs • Quotes for EDICS trailers to replace Florida's • Quotes for 800 MHZ mobile command post for replacement • Demob plan for satellite systems (private contractor) • Future Operations • Continue supporting communications requests/demobilization for FL Task Force in MS Up Next – ESF 4&9

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

  33. ESF 6 Mass Care Up Next – ESF 8

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

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

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

  37. ESF 11 – Food & Water • Current Issues • 4 person team in Stennis LSA managing warehouse inventory and filling requests • In preparation for any future storms haveplaced 229 loads of water in storage and • 59 loads of ice • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Receipt and issuance of USDA commodities en route to Stennis • Reconcile vendor records of deliveries to ours • Demobilize staff at Stennis as soon as feasible Up Next – ESF 12

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

  39. ESF 12 – Energy • Current Issues • Fuels - No changes to report. • Electricity (see Tracker #238 for details) • Mississippi - 6 counties receiving Florida assistance. • Total outages - 6,243 (Hancock - 500, Harrison - 1,400, Pearl River - 2,693 and Stone - 1,650. (All Co-op customers.) • 2.6% of the 6 counties outages • Cannot receive power - 26,226 • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Continue supporting fuel and electricity issues on Katrina and EMAC-Mississippi. Up Next – ESF 13

  40. ESF 13 Military Support Up Next – ESF 14

  41. ESF 13 – Military Support • Current Issues • 476 Soldiers & Airmen on Title 82 (ADSW) for Katrina • MS: 381, FL: 95 Soldiers & Airmen • Cost: $2,863,027.60 • Task Force Engineers continue to work on Civic Center which will be set up to support MS EOC, clean up and prep of Waveland High School, and the reopening of Stennis High. • 1-265th Air Defense Artillery has 20 Ongoing Missions: 3 POD security, 2 POD distribution sites, 4 traffic control points, 6 point security sites, 4 security patrols and 1 presence security force. • Distributed 43,227 bags of ice, 21,628 cases of water & 27,561 cases of MREs as of Thursday • Support from 708th CS Co, 144th Trans Co, 146th SC Bn, A/161st Med Co • Task Force Spoon: 10 Soldiers (Cooks) at CRTC Gulfport, MS • Forward Logistics Element (FLE) Pensacola Armory supporting Joint Task Force-FL • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Planning Leader's RECON of next MS rotation. Will continue to support MS. Up Next – ESF 14

  42. ESF 14 Public Information Up Next – ESF 15

  43. ESF 15 Volunteers & Donations Up Next – ESF 16

  44. ESF 15 – Volunteers & Donations • Current Issues • 4 EMAC team members returning today • Jackson Co. VRC will be operational on 9/19 • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Continue to support teams in MS Up Next – ESF 16