Hurricane Wilma Branch Briefing October 24, 2005
Silence All Phones and Pagers Please move conversations into ESF rooms and busy out all phones. Thanks for your cooperation.
Fire Medical Stress Severe Weather Parking Safety Briefing
Unified Command EOC Staffing • STATE and FEDERAL COORDINATING OFFICERS • Craig Fugate – Scott Morris • SERT CHIEF • Mike DeLorenzo – Justin DeMello • OPERATIONS CHIEF • Leo Lachat – Gracia Szczech • INFORMATION AND PLANNING CHIEF • David Crisp – Doug Whitmer • LOGISTICS CHIEF • Chuck Hagan – Joe Burchette • FINANCE & ADMIN CHIEF • Suzanne Adams • PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER • Mike Stone – Nicole Jerger • RECOVERY • Frank Koutnik
State and Federal Coordinating Officer Critical Indicators of Response Craig Fugate Scott Morris Up Next – SERT Chief
SERT Chief Mike DeLorenzo Justin DeMello Up Next – Meteorology
Meteorology Ben Nelson
Information & Planning David Crisp Doug Whitmer Up Next – Operations
Holmes Jackson Escambia Santa Rosa Okaloosa Walton Gadsden Nassau Washington Hamilton Calhoun Leon Jefferson Bay Madison Duval Columbia Wakulla Suwannee Baker Liberty Taylor Union Clay Gulf Franklin Lafayette Bradford St. Johns Gilchrist Alachua Putnam Dixie Flagler Levy Marion Volusia Citrus Lake Seminole Sumter Multiple reports Hernando Severe Weather Reports Orange Pasco Brevard Osceola Hillsborough Pinellas Polk Indian River Hardee Manatee Okeechobee St. Lucie Highlands Tornado reports DeSoto Sarasota Martin Glades Charlotte Lee Hendry Palm Beach Broward Flooding Collier Miami-Dade Monroe
Information & Planning Curfews
Operations Leo Lachat Gracia Szczech Up Next – Emergency Services
Emergency Services Up Next – Human Services
Emergency Services • Current Issues • ESF 4 & 9 • Southwest Branch • Resources staged at Florida State Fair Grounds – Tampa (Hillsborough Co.), Citrus Bowl (Orlando, Orange Co, Volusia County Fairgrounds, Miami Metro Area, Miami-Dade County. • ESF 8 • Special Needs Sheltering • As of 2000 10/23/2005, 29 SpNS shelters were opened. • Confirmed census of 1100+ • Quickly assess and reopen Health Care Facilities. • Determine time and level of care needed for returning evacuees.
Emergency Services • Current Issues (cont) • ESF 10 • 2 two-person Hazmat teams deployed to Tampa • Coast Guard and EPA partners assisting ESF 10 • 14 State parks and preserves is south Florida are closed • Monitoring of phosphate mines continues • ESF 16 • 702 State Law Enforcement assets have been identified and are prepared for deployment • 986 Sheriff's Office and Police Department personnel have prepared for deployment at the direction of ESF 16 at the State EOC • Search and Rescue Law Enforcement Support and Coordination Plan has been initiated with 163 personnel staged and prepared to respond from Tampa, Orlando and Miami. • Regional Law Enforcement Command Centers activated in Ft. Myers, Miami, Tampa and Orlando • 172 State and Local Law Enforcement officers are staged for movement into the affected area post impact • IMT staged in Tampa for response to most heavily impacted area
Emergency Services • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • ESF 4&9 • Continue to monitor Hurricane Wilma activities • ESF 8 • Continue post-impact contingency planning and response. • Continue to roster teams at the county and regional level for possible deployment based on identified needs e.g. Special Needs Shelter management, epidemiology and environmental health teams. • ESF10 • 2 two-person Hazmat teams to deploy to Ormond Beach • Continue to monitor track for possible park closures • Forward deployment of State & Federal Response Teams Up Next – Human Services
Human Services Up Next – ESF 4&9 Up Next – Infrastructure
Human Services • Current Issues • ESF 6: • Estimated 121 shelters open with 32,767 evacuees; 75 shelters on stand-by. • ESF 6, ARC, and TSA preparing to distribute 200,000 meals a day • Distribution will be by mobile feeding and fixed feeding sites. • ARC heater meals will be used for target populations that cannot go to PODs. • Decision will be made concerning contract catering to augment/meet any shortfalls in targeted meal quantity. • ESF 11: • 5 truckloads of water and 85 truckloads of ice in White Springs. • Additional 25 truckloads of water waiting to be uploaded and additional 15 truckloads of ice due to arrive by Monday. • 142 truckloads of water and 115 truckloads of ice remain in storage. • 3 truckloads of baby food on site in warehouse ready for deployment to LSA once it opens. • Placed order with USDA for canned meats. • Over 90,000 cases of USDA foods on hand in state contracted warehouse.
Human Services • Current Issues (cont) • ESF 15: • Continuing to coordinate with County ESF liaisons and volunteer support organizations. • ESF 17: • Animal movement restrictions lifted to facilitate animal evacuation. • Emergency animal shelter information posted and distributed. • Confirmed 5 County pet-friendly shelters open and 2 staged but not open. • Coordinating with law enforcement for dairy/milk transport clearances pre-/post- impact. • Incident Management Team activated and on stand-by. • Maintaining contact with County ESF-17 coordinators. • Other HS Functions: • Department of Education: All schools south of I-4 corridor closed as well as Hernando, Sumter, Lake and Volusia Counties.. • Department of Children & Families, Department of Elder Affairs, Agency for Workforce Innovation (AWI), and some Community Emergency Management Teams (CERT) monitoring situation and preparing as appropriate.
Human Services • Unmet Needs: • ESF 6: • Dunbar High School in Lee County, currently housing 210 people, is without power as of 0611 hours. • Future Operations: • Prepare and reviise list of kitchen locations as they are identified. • Continue to update the shelter database. • Respond to County mission requests. • Coordinating deliveries of USDA commodities to state-contracted warehouse, ARC, and TSA. • LSA team ready for deployment to West Palm Beach. • Continue to staff ESF room in the State EOC. • Volunteer & Donations Hotline expected to be operational 8AM-8PM as of Tuesday. • Incident Management Team Command and General Staff planning and propositioning. Up Next – Infrastructure
Infrastructure Up Next – Logistics
Infrastructure • Current Issues • ESF1&3 • FDOT & CAP resources ready for recon (ground, fixed and rotary wing) & debris clearance missions • Recon of FDOT maintenance yards (fuel) and airports a priority • Bridge inspection teams ready • ESF2 • ESF 2 is staffed and operational; recon/field staff ready to deploy • Currently have cell, satellite, and analog phones, FRS radios (very short range) and air-cards on standby • In contact with telecom industry for standby in their local areas
Infrastructure • Current Issues • FUEL • No fuel supply issues reports; electric utility outages will limit retail distribution • Ten (10) 9,000 gal tenders deployed to Tampa for Emerg. Services response ops • One tender pre-deployed to Key West • Other mobile & drop-off tenders/tankers, plus five (5) short tenders (> 4,000 gal ea.) available • ELECTRIC • FP&L, Co-ops and municipals report that 7,000 out-of-state and mutual aid crews are on standby • Power outage reports on tracker #380, and Estimated Times of Restoration on tracker #390 • Approx 380,000 customers report without electric service
Infrastructure • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Flood control missions • Fuel support missions • Evacuation support missions • Telecomm support missions • Support Emerg. Services entry operations Up Next – Military Support
Military Support Up Next – Logistics
II JFHQ-FL 146 RESERVE (264) 50th ASG II II X 164th 53rd SEOC (ESF 5, 13, Log, PAO, Air) RESERVE (316) 3-124th Holmes Escambia Jackson Santa Rosa Okaloosa Walton Gadsden Nassau Washington Hamilton Calhoun Jefferson Leon Madison Bay Duval Columbia Wakulla Suwannee Baker Liberty JTF-FL Taylor Union Clay Gulf Lafayette Franklin Bradford 83rd TC St. Johns Gilchrist Alachua Putnam AEG Wilma Dixie Flagler Levy Marion DEPT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS OPERATIONS OVERLAY 24OCT05 3/20th SFGA Volusia Lake Citrus Seminole Sumter Hernando Orange Pasco Brevard Osceola Pinellas JFHQ Hillsborough X Polk Indian River JTF Okeechobee Manatee Hardee X St. Lucie Highlands DeSoto 53rd Sarasota Martin JEOC/JFHQ 3/20th SFGA Glades 83d TC AEG WILMA Charlotte 50th ASG X (97) (60) (450) (249) (72) (860) Palm Beach 164th Lee Hendry X X MI 53rd (989) 260th SIG Broward AVN (80) (42) 164th (149) Collier 202 (150) Miami-Dade Monroe 50th ASG ESTIMATED TOTAL-3,054
RECON LNO Holmes Escambia Jackson Santa Rosa Okaloosa Walton Gadsden Nassau Washington Hamilton Calhoun Jefferson Leon Madison Bay Duval Columbia Wakulla Suwannee Baker Liberty Taylor Union Clay Gulf Lafayette Franklin Bradford St. Johns Gilchrist LSA LSA Alachua Putnam Dixie Flagler Levy Marion Volusia Lake Citrus Seminole Sumter Hernando Orange Pasco Brevard Osceola Pinellas Hillsborough Polk Indian River Okeechobee SAR Manatee Hardee St. Lucie Highlands DeSoto Sarasota Martin Glades Charlotte LEA LNO Palm Beach Lee Hendry Broward DEPT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS LSA/RECON/LNO/SAR OVERLAY 24OCT05 Collier Miami-Dade Monroe
TALLAHASSEE CBJTC Holmes Escambia Jackson Santa Rosa Escambia Okaloosa Santa Rosa Walton Gadsden Nassau Washington Hamilton Calhoun Jefferson Leon Madison Bay Duval Columbia Wakulla Suwannee Baker Liberty Taylor Union Clay Gulf Lafayette Franklin Bradford St. Johns Gilchrist Alachua Putnam Dixie Flagler Levy Marion Volusia Lake Citrus Seminole Sumter Hernando Orange Pasco Brevard Osceola (40) (6) Pinellas Hillsborough Polk Indian River Okeechobee Manatee Hardee St. Lucie Highlands DeSoto Sarasota Martin Glades Charlotte Palm Beach Lee Hendry Broward Collier Miami-Dade Monroe C-26 – 1 ea (GAARNG) C-26 – 1 ea (SCARNG) C-12 – 1 ea (FLARNG) C-130 – 1ea (FLANG) 202 RHS 269th 153rd JAX FLANG RC-26 CECIL FIELD TXARNG NYARNG CH-47 – 1 ea CH-47 – 2 ea UH 60 – 2 ea Rotary Deploys FWD to Brooksville 24 Oct 05 GAARNG (24 Oct 05) MSARNG (24 Oct 05) Mobility Packages 23 Oct 05 CH-47 – 2 ea CH-47 – 2 ea UH 60 – 2 ea FLARNG ALARNG (24 Oct 05) UH-60 3 ea TNANG C-130 – 1ea UH 60 – 3 ea CH-47 – 1 ea OH-58 – 3 ea BROOKSVILLE FLARNG UH 60 – 6ea DEPT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS AVIATION/ENGINEER OVERLAY 24OCT05 C130 w/ENG T: Clear NAS Key West
Military Support • Current Issues • 3100 Soldiers & Airmen on SAD (WILMA) as of 232330OCT05 • Task Force 50 will establish and operate up to 3 LSAs • Task Force 164, 53, 50 are operational and prepared to move into the affected areas • CBJTC as power projection platform: RSOI for EMAC units and intermediate staging base for deploying FLNG units • 4 x Recon Teams staged in Monroe(1), Hillsborough(2), Hardee(1) County • 4 x SAR Boat Teams staged in Dade(1), Hillsborough(2), and Orange(1) counties • Joint Force Headquarters-FL Joint Operations Center is at level 1 • SERT LNOs 24/7 in Area 6 and 7 Counties • 8 states & National Guard Bureau currently providing assets • Signal EMAC 5 x ISISCS, from MO, PA, SC, TX on hand and with assigned TF elements. • Engineer EMAC pending is 203d RHS (VAANG) with approx. 50 Airmen • Aviation EMAC pending is 2 x CH-47, 1 x C-26, 1 x C-130, & 4 x UH-60 from NY, OH, GA, TN
Military Support • Unmet Needs • None at this time. • Future Operations • Submit Aviation requests for next day operations NLT 1800 day prior. • Continue to plan and execute support missions as needed for post Wilma. Up Next – Logistics