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Hurricane Jeanne

Hurricane Jeanne

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Hurricane Jeanne

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  1. Evening Briefing September 25, 2004 Hurricane Jeanne

  2. SEOCLEVEL124 Hour Operations

  3. State Coordinating Officer & Federal Coordinating Officer Craig Fugate Ed Buikema Up Next – SERT Chief

  4. SERT Chief Mike DeLorenzo Deder Lane Up Next – Meteorology

  5. Meteorology Ben Nelson

  6. Category 3 Hurricane Jeanne – 95 miles east-southeast of Vero Beach

  7. Category 3 Hurricane Jeanne – 115 mph Winds

  8. Rainfall Forecast: Saturday PM – Sunday PM

  9. Up Next – Information & Planning

  10. Information & Planning David Crisp

  11. Hurricane Jeanne State/Federal Joint Incident Action Plan #3 State Emergency Response Team Operational Period: 1400 09-25-04 to 1400 09-26-04 Deploy Selected Response Teams Preposition assets and commodities Develop evacuation plan Develop protective action recommendations Develop Fuel Plan for emergency response vehicles Maintain communications with the counties Prepare for First Responders Plan Prepare for a distribution system to be in place in 72 hours after the storm Establish a Task Force to address safety/security issues after storm General Operating Objectives: Issues: Fuel Shortage – all four ports impacted Roads limited by flood conditions Sheltering Potential Double landfall by Hurricane Jeanne Weak Infrastructure Infrastructure impacted previously Limited resources Incident Action Planning Meeting 3:00 PM in Room 130d

  12. Evacuation Status Voluntary Mandatory Nassau Hamilton Duval COUNTY EVACUATION DETAILS Alachua MH, PSN & LLA Bradford MH & LLA Brevard Beaches & BI Broward Zone A & MH Citrus MH, LLA & west of Hwy 19 Clay LLA, MH & waterfront DeSoto LLA, PSN, MH & unsafe structures Duval MH, PSN & LLA Flagler 1200 Saturday BI, MH & LLA Glades MH & LLA Hardee LLA, MH & unsafe structures Hendry Voluntary Highlands MH & LLA Hillsborough PSN & MH Indian River BI & MH Levy PSN, MH, LLA & coastal areas Manatee MH & PSN Marion Mandatory Martin Zones A& B Miami-Dade Zone A, MH & unsafe structures Monroe PSN, MH in the Upper Keys Okeechobee MH, PSN & LLA Orange Mandatory Osceola LLA & MH Palm Beach Zones A & B Pasco Mandatory MH, voluntary LLA Pinellas MH & coastal areas Polk MH Putnam MH & LLA Seminole MH & PSN St. John’s PSN & Categories 1 and 2 zones St. Lucie MH, LLA & N and S Hutchinson Island Union LLA & MH Volusia Category 1 zone Columbia Suwannee Baker Union Clay Lafayette Bradford St. Johns Gilchrist Alachua Putnam Dixie Flagler Levy Marion Volusia Citrus Lake Seminole Sumter Hernando Orange Pasco Brevard Osceola Hillsborough Pinellas Polk Indian River Manatee Hardee Okeechobee St. Lucie Highlands DeSoto Sarasota Martin Glades Charlotte Lee Hendry Palm Beach Broward Collier Miami-Dade Monroe BI-Barrier Island MH-Mobile Home LLA-Low Lying Area PSN-Special Needs

  13. Critical Facilities Impacted EOC 19 Fire Stations 505 Hospitals 245 Police Stations 604 Schools 4,524

  14. Number of Buildings Damaged Grand Total 1,039,608

  15. Displaced Households Displaced Households 223,926 Short Term Shelter 56,527

  16. Hurricane Ivan State/Federal Joint Incident Action Plan #18 State Emergency Response Team Operational Period: 0700 09-25-2004 to 0700 09-26-2004 Monitor First Response Plan. Identify Life Safety Support to the Affected Areas. Identify Life Sustaining Support to the Affected Areas. Position response capabilities/assets/teams as required. Implement the restoration process for Critical Infrastructure. Assist counties in the recovery of the Public Education Systems. Develop a Temporary Housing Strategy. General Operating Objectives: Issues: Fuel supply and distribution concerns Infrastructure Water, Power, Transportation, Schools, Healthcare systems Re-entry into impacted areas Maintaining food, water, ice Maintaining security Maintain Additional Distribution system Commodity items for Responders Unemployment compensation and electronic banking Maintaining Mass Feeding Incident Action Planning Meeting 3:00 PM in Room 130d

  17. Up Next – Operations

  18. Operations Up Next – ESF 1&3

  19. ESF 1&3 Transportation & Public Works

  20. ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works Charley, Frances, Ivan, DFO Continuing Support of Charley, Frances, Ivan, DFO Recovery Activities Hurricane Jeanne Fuel Availability, Sites Sandbags 60,000 Evacuation Planning Liaisons, traffic counters CAP, WMDs, NOAA, FHWA Staff in ESF-1/-3 MOT for SEOC, MERS Vehicles VMB, cones Toll Suspensions Statewide all bridges, roads Variable Message Boards 5 VMBs RECON Air and Ground Teams CAP, FDOT, FLNG Generators 6 for traffic signals

  21. ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works • Unmet Needs – • None at this time • Future Operations – • Continue support of Hurricane Jeanne preparedness activities • Contingency planning for Jeanne response needs and activities • Continue support of Charley, Frances, Ivan, and DFO recovery activities Up Next – Civil Air Patrol

  22. ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works • Civil Air Patrol • Current Operations – • Five RECON Teams and Forward Control Team staged in Miami-Dade • Shelter Support Team in Broward County with ARC • Shelter Communications Support Teams in Indian River County • Aircraft staged in shelters at Naples and Jacksonville • Unmet Needs – • None at this time • Future Operations – • RECON and FCT to deploy when safe, after impact • Shelter Support and Communications Teams continue missions • Continue to respond to tasking from ESF's and Counties Up Next – ESF 2

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

  24. ESF 2 – Communications • Current Operations – • Coordinating cellphone, wireless aircards, etc delivery, phone line installations, analog phone and radio deliveries, etc • Prioritizing and escalating of communications restorations with carriers in impacted counties • 800 MHz State Law Enforcement Radio System SLERS is 98.5% operational w/ wide area connectivity. 1.5%-reduced coverage • 4 sites reduced coverage but operational • 1. Leemo in S. Escambia (antenna tilted) • 2. Santa in N Santa Rosa Co (antenna tilted) • 3. Pensacola in Escambia Co (antenna tilted) • 4. Three ( 3)sites are operating on generator due to AC power failure.

  25. ESF 2 – Communications • Current Operations (continued) – • Hurricane Frances • 38,958 customer wireline outages reported in Hurricane Frances impacted areas • 15,844 customer wireline repaired since 9/23/04 (Frances) • approx. 1,028,781 services restored since Hurricane Frances (voice and data lines) • 99.22% average of wireless coverage reported- Hurricane Frances • Hurricane Ivan • 24,648 customer wireline outages reported in Hurricane Ivan impacted areas • 1,534 customer wireline repaired since 9/23/04 (Ivan) • 84.67% average of wireless coverage CAPACITY AVAILABLE in the areas impacted by

  26. ESF 2 – Communications • Current Operations (continued) – • Escambia CO - 1 SAT COLT - 1 SAT COW- 2 COWs • Okaloosa CO EOC -1 SAT COLT (expected to be disabled as cell site is coming back on air) • Ft. Walton Beach – 1 SAT COLT (expected to be disabled as cell site is coming back on air) • LSA#5 Duke Field - 2 COWs2- T1's installed, 49 lines installed 60 ready-link wireless sets delivered and operational • Santa Rosa Co – 1 SAT COLT- 1 COW • 1 Phone bank operational @ Milton High School is operational (cafeteria) • 1 Phone bank operational at Gulf Breeze Middle school- • 1 Phone bank operational @ Jay Community Center, Jay, Florida

  27. ESF 2 – Communications • Current Operations (continued) – • 1 Phone bank operational @ to Tiger Point LaneNavarre • 1 EDICs and 1 MAC unit set up in Escambia County for MED 8- EMS communications operation • 1 MAC Unit set up and operational in Santa Rosa Co for MED 8 EMS comm. operation • Wireline and Wireless carriers continuing to work on communications restoration • Hurricane Jeanne • Making preparations for hurricane Jeanne. Wireless companies are reprogramming cell sites to accommodate increased traffic load in east and central Florida. • SLERS System has 23 sites in east Florida on generator power in advance of the storm.

  28. ESF 2 – Communications • Unmet Needs – • None at this time • Future Operations – • Continue to support communications needs of LSA's, EOC, state, and county agencies. • Making preparations for Hurricane Jeanne Up Next – ESF 4&9

  29. ESF 4&9 Firefighting and Search & Rescue

  30. ESF 4&9 – Fire Fighting & Search & Rescue • Current Operations – • Florida TF 1&2 have been alerted as FEMA assets. • Florida TF 3&6 have been alerted. • Joint Management Team (Miami) stood up. • State USAR Incident Management Team has been activated. • Unmet Needs – • None at this time • Future Operations – • Planning for staging and deployment of assistance assets after landfall. Up Next – ESF 6

  31. ESF 6 Mass Care Up Next – ESF 8

  32. ESF 6 – Mass Care • Current Operations – • Preparing to meet mass care needs in response to impact of Hurricane Jeanne • Unmet Needs – • ARC only has 28 ERV's available for Jeanne. • Need 80 vehicles, portable food storage containers, and personnel to distribute food from kitchens allocated to this event. • Future Operations – • Support evacuation. • Maintain shelter database. • Continue planning for Mass Care response to Jeanne. Up Next – ESF 8

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