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Hurricane Wilma

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Hurricane Wilma

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  1. Hurricane Wilma Branch Briefing October 25, 2005

  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. SEOC LEVEL124 Hour Operations

  5. 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

  6. State Coordinating Officer Craig Fugate Scott Morris Up Next – SERT Chief

  7. SERT Chief Mike DeLorenzo Justin DeMello Up Next – Information and Planning

  8. Information & Planning David Crisp Doug Whitmer Up Next – Operations

  9. Up Next – Operations

  10. Operations Leo Lachat Gracia Szczech Up Next – Emergency Services

  11. Hurricane Wilma Unified Command IAP #6 Operational Period: 1900 10-24-05 to 1900 10-25-05 Up Next – Emergency Services

  12. Emergency Services Up Next – Human Services

  13. Emergency Services • Current Issues • ESF 4 & 9 • Task 5 and 8 and 1 Engine Strike Team deployed to Hendry/Glades County • 3 Engine Strike Teams on standby • ESF 8 • As of 2:50 PM 10/24/04, 27 SpNS shelters were opened • Census of 2,164 clients • 39 hospitals sustained damage and or/are on generator power • Strike Team deployed to the Keys • DMAT requested in support of Glades hospital • Evacuation complete from Glades Hospital

  14. Emergency Services • Current Issues (cont) • ESF 10 • 2 HazMat teams deployed to west coast impact area • 2 HazMat teams staged at Ormond Beach for possible deployment • Monitoring water levels in phosphate gyp stacks • FlaWARN water facility teams mobilizing to west Florida impact area • Monitoring Florida D7 port status • ESF 16 • 608 State and Local Law Enforcement officers (via Florida Police Chiefs and Florida Sheriffs Association) have been deployed to storm impacted areas

  15. Emergency Services • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • ESF 4 & 9 • Complete primary and secondary search in assigned operational areas • Standby for additional resource requests • ESF 8 • Continue: post-impact response and recovery efforts, monitoring fuel needs of hospitals on generators, and deploying teams at the county and regional level based on identified needs • ESF 10 • Assessing damage to state parks • USCG assessing port waterways • ESF 16 • Continue to provide assistance to local law enforcement in impacted areas Up Next – Human Services

  16. Human Services Up Next – ESF 4&9 Up Next – Infrastructure

  17. Human Services • Current Issues • ESF 6 • Shelters. 8207 people housed in 61 shelters across 13 counties. 34 additional shelters in 14 counties on stand-by. • American Red Cross (ARC) and Salvation Army distributing meals by mobile and fixed feeding sites. • ARC heater meals used for target populations that cannot go to PODS. • Mass Care reps deploying to Monroe County/Key West to evaluate area needs. • ESF 11 • 100 trucks of water and ice delivered to LSA Lakeland for distribution. • 142 trucks of water and 122 trucks of ice remain in storage. • 4 truckloads of baby food ready for deployment. • Over 90,000 cases of USDA foods on hand.

  18. Human Services • Current Issues (cont) • ESF 15 • Continuing to coordinate with County ESF liaisons and volunteer support organizations. • Updating public information on website and media messaging about CARE. • ESF 17 • Incident Management Team (IMT) activated and Incident Command Post (ICP) established. • Coordinating with SART partner agencies and industry representatives for damage assessments and response efforts. • Other HS Functions • Department of Education: 11 schools south of I-4 corridor closed. • Dept of Children & Families, Dept of Elder Affairs, Agency for Workforce Innovation (AWI) and Community Emergency Management Teams (CERTs) monitoring situation and preparing as appropriate.

  19. Human Services • Unmet Needs: • ESF 15 • Cable and phone/computer connection for Volunteer & Donations Hotline (scheduled to activate 10/25/05). • Future Operations: • Continue deploying resources to locations with identified needs. • Continue coordinating USDA commodity deliveries. • Deploy LSA team to West Palm Beach. • Continue coordinating with County ESF liaisons and volunteer support organizations. • Deploy staff to JFO. • Deploy Assessment & Response Teams (ARTs) to ICP. • Establish staging area for animal and livestock feed. • FWC to assess captive/exotic animal facilities. • FDACS Environmental Services establish IMT/ICP procedures for mosquito control. Up Next – Infrastructure

  20. Infrastructure Up Next – Logistics

  21. Infrastructure • Current Issues • ESF1&3 • FDOT & CAP Recon teams deployed (ground, fixed and rotary wing) & debris clearance missions • FDOT maintenance yards (fuel) are operational, except Ft. Pierce & St. Lucie • Bridge inspection teams deployed to Florida Keys and Marco Island Bridge • Debris removal team deployed to clear Card Sound Rd and surrounding areas. • MIA, FLL, PBI & EYW airports are closed, and TPA, FMY, RSW & APF are open • Port Everglades and Port of Miami are closed • ESF2 • ESF 2 is staffed and operational; recon/field staff deployed • Currently deployed 229 cell phones, 25 satellite phones, 5air-cards,16 FRS-2 way radios (very short range), 5 Tracstar, 180 POTs • Landline phones outages approx 233,000; Cell wireless coverage approx 85% operational.

  22. Infrastructure • Current Issues • FUEL • No fuel supply issues reported; electric utility outages will limit retail distribution • Seventeen (17) Fuel Tankers mobilized in support of S&R, security and emergency services • One tender pre-deployed to Key West, 1 tanker (9000 gallons) diesel to White Spring State Farmers Market • Other mobile & drop-off tenders/tankers available. • ELECTRIC • FP&L, Co-ops and municipals report that 6,000+ personnel deployed, and out-of-state and mutual aid crews responding • Power outage reports on tracker #380, and Estimated Times of Restoration (ETR) on tracker #390. • Approx 3,251,277 customers without electric service

  23. Infrastructure • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Flood control missions • Fuel support missions • Telecomm support missions • Support emerg. services entry operations • Support recovery operations Up Next – Military Support

  24. Military Support Up Next – Logistics

  25. II 146 II X X 164th TAC 53 53rd SEOC (ESF 5, 13, Log, PAO, Air) RESERVE (316) JFHQ -FL 3-124th Holmes Escambia Jackson Santa Rosa Okaloosa Walton Gadsden Nassau Washington Hamilton Calhoun Jefferson JTF-FL Leon Madison Bay Duval Columbia Wakulla Suwannee Baker Liberty Taylor Union Clay Gulf Lafayette Franklin Bradford AEG Wilma 83d TC St. Johns Gilchrist Alachua Putnam Dixie Flagler Levy Marion DEPT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS OPERATIONS OVERLAY 25OCT05 D + 1 3/20th SFGA Volusia Lake Citrus Seminole Sumter Hernando Orange Pasco Brevard Osceola Pinellas JFHQ Hillsborough X Polk Indian River JTF Okeechobee Manatee Hardee St. Lucie X Highlands DeSoto Sarasota Martin 53rd JOC 3/20th SFGA Glades 83d TC AEG WILMA Charlotte 50th ASG (96) (60) (249) (72) (443) X 164th (971) Palm Beach Lee Hendry X X 53rd (1029) 50th ASG (80) TF SIG AVN (149) Broward 164th Collier MI TF ENG (150) 260th (42) Miami-Dade Monroe 50th ASG ESTIMATED TOTAL - 3,220

  26. RECON LNO Unit/County No. PODS No. of Soldiers TF 50 Dade 12 240 Monroe 3 60 TF 53 Broward 9 180 Indian River 2 40 Martin 3 60 Okeechobee 1 20 Highlands 4 80 Palm Beach 6 120 St.Lucie 3 60 TF 164 Charlotte 2 40 Collier 8 160 Glades 2-3 40-60 Hendry 5 100 Lee 6 120 Total 66-67 1387-1407 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 Alachua Putnam Dixie Flagler Levy LSA LSA Marion Volusia Lake Citrus Seminole Sumter Hernando Orange Pasco Brevard Osceola Pinellas Hillsborough Polk Indian River Okeechobee Manatee Hardee St. Lucie Highlands DeSoto Sarasota Martin SAR Glades Charlotte Palm Beach Lee Hendry LEA LNO Broward DEPT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS LSA/RECON/LNO/SAR/POD OVERLAY 25OCT05 D + 1 Collier Miami-Dade Monroe

  27. JFHQ-FL TALLAHASSEE TALLAHASSEE FLARNG GAARNG SCARNG FLANG FLARNG GAARNG SCARNG TNANG SEOC FLANG C-26 C-12 C-26 TNANG C-130 RC-26 C-12 RC-26 C-130 JAX 1 1 Holmes 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Jackson Escambia Santa Rosa Okaloosa C-130 RC-26 Walton Gadsden Nassau Washington Jefferson Hamilton Calhoun Leon Madison Bay Duval Columbia Wakulla Suwannee Baker Liberty Taylor Union Clay Gulf Lafayette Franklin CECIL FIELD Bradford St. Johns Gilchrist BROOKSVILLE FLARNG TXARNG Alachua Putnam GAARNG Dixie NYARNG Flagler Levy CH-47 OH-58 Marion 1 3 CH-47 JTF-FL UH 60 Volusia 2 2 Lake Citrus MSARNG ALARNG Sumter Seminole Hernando AEG Wilma Orange CH-47 UH 60 Pasco UH 60 Brevard 2 2 3 Osceola Pinellas Hillsborough Polk BROOKSVILLE FLARNG Indian River Okeechobee Manatee Hardee St. Lucie C-23 UH 60 Highlands DeSoto 1 AVN 4 Sarasota Martin Glades Charlotte FLORIDA AIR ASSETS OVERLAY 25OCT05 D + 1 Palm Beach Lee Hendry Broward HOMESTEAD Collier FLARNG NYARNG TXARNG FLARNG Miami-Dade Monroe CH-47 CH-47 CH-47 UH 60 1 1 6 1

  28. Logistics Chuck Hagan Joe Burchette Up Next – EMAC Mutual Aid

  29. EMAC Mutual Aid Up Next – Finance & Administration

  30. Finance & Administration Up Next – Public Information

  31. Finance & Administration • Current Issues • Purchasing additional tarps to go to the So. Florida Fair Grounds • Continue to purchase supplies and lease equipment for the LSA's • Finalize new hires for community response • Process travel requests • Continue to track costs • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Continue to support field teams with travel and purchasing needs • Continue to make necessary purchases and track costs Up Next – Public Information

  32. Public Information Up Next – Recovery

  33. Recovery Up Next – SERT Chief

  34. SERT Chief Mike DeLorenzo

  35. Next Briefing October 25 at 1830 ESF Briefing