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Hurricane Ivan

Hurricane Ivan

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Hurricane Ivan

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  1. Hurricane Ivan Evening Briefing September 22, 2004

  2. SEOCLEVEL1Operational Hours0700 – 1900or as missions require

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

  4. Meteorology Ben Nelson

  5. Hurricane Jeanne Creating Havoc Again

  6. Tropical Storm Force Winds Could Approach the East Central Coast by Saturday Afternoon

  7. Ivan Attempting to Redevelop

  8. Coastal Flood Watch for Escambia County Through Thursday AM

  9. Rainfall Forecast – Wed PM through Thurs PM

  10. The Parade of Storms in the Atlantic

  11. Up Next – Information & Planning

  12. Information & Planning David Crisp

  13. Hurricane Ivan State/Federal Joint Incident Action Plan #15 State Emergency Response Team Operational Period: 0700 09-23-2004 to 0700 09-24-2004 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 Restoration of Critical Infrastructure Develop a strategy to assist counties in the recovery of the Public Education Systems. Develop a Temporary Housing Strategy. General Operating Objectives: Fuel supply and distribution concerns Sheltering: General and Special needs Infrastructure Water, Power, Transportation, Schools, Healthcare systems Re-entry into impacted areas Food, water, ice Security Identify Additional Distribution sites Commodity items for Responders Unemployment compensation and electronic banking Mass Feeding Communications Issues: Incident Action Planning Meeting 3:00 PM in Room 130d

  14. Re-entry Escambia – Pedestrian access to view home on Perdido Key 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Residents with Beach Decals on Penscola Beach Santa Rosa - Pedestrian access to view home on Navarre Beach from 7 a.m. – 2 p.m. Okaloosa - Holiday Isle, Okaloosa Island and U.S. 98 with Drivers License, Military ID, or U.S Passport

  15. Up Next – Operations

  16. Operations Up Next – ESF 1&3

  17. ESF 1&3 Transportation & Public Works

  18. ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works Transportation Missions 43 trucks and drivers FDOT Barricades 1,063 SFWMD Resources 11 teams, personnel, equipment FDOT Variable Message Signs 166 CAP Air Teams 27 aircraft, 21 personnel CAP Ground Teams 24 vehicles, 79 personnel FDOT RECON Air Teams 4 rotary, 1 aircraft, 13 staff FDOT RECON Ground Teams 6 vehicles, 12 personnel FDOT County Maps SEOC 653 Self-Serve FDOT County Maps DFO 2,759 IA, PA, All Efforts FDOT State Maps SEOC 685 Self-Serve FDOT State Maps DFO 5,400 IA, PA, All Efforts

  19. ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works Pumps 43 Generators 32 Sign Repair Mission 4 County-Wide Sandbags 1,358,000 FDOT Bridge Inspectors 2 divers, 1 vehicle FDOT Liaisons ESF-5 5 personnel FDOT Liaisons PDA 23 personnel, vehicles FDOT Liaisons DFO-PA 38 personnel, vehicles FDOT Liaisons DFO-CR 32 personnel, vehicles FDOT Fuel Data 19 spreadsheets Debris Removal 21 teams, personnel, equipment

  20. ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works Info Msg – Tolls/Turnpike Status Reports Info Msg – Airports Status Reports Info Msg – Railroads Status Reports Info Msg – Seaports Status Reports DCA Request DRC Mgrs 4 personnel, 4 vehicles DCA Request ARLs 7 personnel, 7 vehicles CAP EOCs 4 for Ivan CAP County EOC Liaisons 29 personnel FDOT EOCs 9 statewide for Ivan FDOT County EOC Liaisons 13 County EOCs, 39 staff SFWMD EOC, Palm Beach 1 SFWMD County EOC Liaisons 1 SWFWMD EOC, Brooksville 1 FHWA-ER (FDOT est) C $279,415,371, F $261,624,028 USACE (SFWMD) $ damage under assessment

  21. ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works • Unmet Needs – • None at this time • Future Operations – • Continue support of Charley, Frances, Ivan, and DFO recovery efforts Up Next – ESF 2

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

  23. 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% operational w/ wide area connectivity. 2%-reduced coverage • 4 sites reduced coverage but operational • Meacham in NW Escambia Co (Tower top amplifier failure, UPS failure, tilted antennas) • Leemo in S. Escambia (antenna tilted) • Santa in N Santa Rosa Co (antenna tilted) • Pensacola in Escambia Co (antenna tilted) • Kelly in S. Walton Co. repair is complete. • The (new) Niceville site is operational. • Seven (7)sites are operating on generator due to AC power failure. Two (2) restored since 9/21/04 • 51,944 48,040 customer wireline outages reported in Hurricane Frances impacted areas

  24. ESF 2 – Communications • Current Operations (continued) – • 19,000 customer wireline repaired since yesterday 9/21/04 (Frances) • Approx. 1,007,241 services restored since Hurricane Frances (voice and data lines) • 47,534 customer wireline outages reported in Hurricane Ivan impacted areas • 34,999 customer wireline repaired since yesterday 9/21/04(Ivan) • 99.22% average of wireless coverage reported- Hurricane Frances • 77.33% average of wireless coverage CAPACITY AVAILABLE in the areas impacted by Hurricane Ivan • 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

  25. ESF 2 – Communications • Current Operations (continued) – • 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 • 1 Phone bank operational @ toTiger 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 • Unmet Needs – • None at this time • Future Operations – • Continue to support communications needs of LSA's, EOC, state, and county agencies Up Next – ESF 4&9

  26. ESF 4&9 Firefighting and Search & Rescue

  27. ESF 4&9 – Fire Fighting & Search & Rescue • Current Operations – • Div of Forestry mobilizing 2 bulldozers for Escambia Co • 2 Strike teams of ALS Rescues and 3 Strike Team of Engines deployed in Santa Rosa County • Six P.I.O.'s on scene in Santa Rosa County • One P.I.O. on scene in Escambia County • 2 Mac units operational in Santa Rosa/Escambia Counties • 3 Tankers for fire scene water supplies on scene in Santa Rosa • Two (2) dispatchers for Santa Rosa County EOC on scene • Mobile Command Unit on scene in Escambia County for Pensacola FD • Two Strike Teams of Water Tankers deployed for Santa Rosa Island Fire • Two Engines and 2 Hi Wheeled Vehicles deployed for Santa Rosa Island Fire Protection and One Engine Co. to Midway for Support

  28. ESF 4&9 – Fire Fighting & Search & Rescue • Unmet Needs – • None at this time • Future Operations – • Continue to respond to all mission requests • Continue to update or demobilize existing missions Up Next – ESF 6

  29. ESF 6 Mass Care Up Next – ESF 8

  30. ESF 6 – Mass Care • Current Operations – • TSA has 32 Canteens and 2 Kitchens serving the Ivan impact area • ARC has 92 ERVs and 9 Kitchens serving the Ivan impact area • Today there are 7 shelters 805 shelterees in Okeechobee, Escambia and Santa Rosa counties. • Showers requests are being responded to as quickly as the vendor can get them set up, at the rate of approximately 5 units per day. Current lead-time for response is AT LEAST 48 hours. • Laundry units have been ordered it will take at least 4 days before they arrive in state • Unmet Needs – • None at this time • Future Operations – • Continue to support the ARC and TSA with their ongoing operations • Maintain the Shelter Database for Ivan and Okeechobee County (Frances) • To continue to deploy resources as quickly as conditions allow in response to Ivan Up Next – ESF 8

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

  32. ESF 8 – Health & Medical • Current Operations – • Current DMAT Missions (Ivan) as of 9/22/2004 11:00am. • Activated: • FL-4 at Baptist Hospital, Escambia; total pts. seen to date 441 • OR-2 at West Florida Hospital, Escambia; total pts. seen to date 551 • OK-1 at Sacred Heart Hospital, Escambia; total pts. seen to date 355 • TOTAL PATIENTS SEEN BY DMATS TO DATE: 1,347 • 2 teams staged for multi-state response; 6 teams on alert for multi-state response • 224 professional staff and 2 county assessment teams deployed to affected areas • 1 Epidemiology team deployed to conduct study of Special Needs Shelters • 2 critical incident stress debriefing (CISD) teams dispatched to Blountstown (providing support to the EOC, the Corrections Department and EMS personnel) and to Santa Rosa County. • 1 NDMS Specialty Team and 56 NDMS/HHS staff augmentees deployed to Sacred Heart Hospital, Escambia

  33. ESF 8 – Health & Medical • Current Operations (continued) – • 16 nurses from Iowa enroute to Escambia SNS; additional 16 to join them on Saturday • 30 nurses from Oklahoma mobilized for deployment to Santa Rosa SNS • Additional deployed resources by county: • Escambia Okaloosa Santa Rosa Totals • Oxygen Canisters 348 578 896 1,822 • Portalets 702 0 101 803 • Dumpsters 44 0 32 76 • DEET Cans 3600 0 0 800 • EMS Units 18 0 4 22 • 2 Special Needs Shelters (Escambia and Santa Rosa) open with approximately 137 residents as of 9/22/2004 11:00am. • 12 medical facilities evacuated 192 patients as of 9/22/2004 12:00pm • Continuing to arrange EMS support for Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties

  34. ESF 8 – Health & Medical • Unmet Needs – • None at this time • Future Operations – • Monitor and support medical facility and special needs sheltering. • Respond to local health care services experiencing surge capacity overload. • Develop long term temporary placement plan for special needs clients. • Develop medical response plan for barrier island re-entry issues Up Next – ESF 10

  35. ESF 10 Hazardous Materials Up Next – ESF 11