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Hurricane Frances Evening Briefing September 9, 2004 PowerPoint Presentation
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Hurricane Frances Evening Briefing September 9, 2004

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  1. Hurricane Frances Evening Briefing September 9, 2004

  2. SEOC LEVEL124 Hour Operations

  3. State Coordinating Officer Craig Fugate Up next – SERT Chief

  4. SERT Chief Mike DeLorenzo Steve Glenn Up next – Meteorology

  5. Meteorology Ben Nelson

  6. Category 4 Hurricane Ivan in the Caribbean Sea

  7. Category 4 Hurricane Ivan – 900 Miles Southeast of Key West

  8. 30.0 MAJOR DAMAGE AND DISRUPTION TO THE COMMUNITY IS EXPECTED. ROADS WILL BE CUT OFF AND MANY HOMES WILL BE SURROUNDED BY WATER. BOAT WASH DAMAGE TO HOMES WILL BE SEVERE.

  9. Top 5 Historical Crests(1) 12.62 ft on 04/03/1987 (2) 12.56 ft on 06/30/1974 (3) 12.42 ft on 08/01/1965 (4) 12.31 ft on 02/21/1998 (5) 12.28 ft on 09/13/1964

  10. Rainfall Forecast – Thu AM through Fri AM Up next – Information & Planning

  11. Information & Planning David Crisp

  12. Up next – ESF 1&3

  13. Operations Chief Leo Lachat Up next – ESF 1&3

  14. ESF #1 – TransportationESF #3 – Public Works

  15. ESF #1 – TransportationESF #3 – Public Works • Current Operations – • Unmet Needs – • Future Operations –

  16. ESF #1 – TransportationESF #3 – Public Works Civil Air Patrol • Current Operations – • 13 air sorties with 6 SDIS aircraft sending photo-recon to state, including riverwatch and flood impact • 1 sortie twith SDIS o document beach erosion in costal big bends • Two mission bases in Talahassee and Naples • Managing a distribution center in Daytona Beach • 4 truck loads of ice • 2 truck loads of MRE • 4 truck loads of water • approx 3125 people served • Unmet Needs – • None at this time • Future Operations – • Continue riverwatch and flood impact missions • Continue distribution center operations • Continue to respond to tasking from ESF's and Counties

  17. ESF #1 – TransportationESF #3 – Public Works ResourceRequestsTotal Resources Transportation 11 20 trucks, drivers Barricades 8 829 SFWMD Resources 7 7 teams, personnel, equipment Variable Message Signs 20 55 CAP All Missions Air Teams 30 23 aircraft, 15 personnel Ground Teams 16 22 vehicles, 75 personnel DOT RECON Missions Air Teams 4 4 rotary, 1 aircraft, 13 personnel Ground Teams 5 6 vehicles, 12 personnel DOT County Maps SEOC Self-Serve 475 DFO All Efforts 1,650 DOT State Maps SEOC Self-Serve 500 DFO All Efforts 4,800

  18. ESF #1 – TransportationESF #3 – Public Works ResourceRequestsTotal Resources Bucket Truck 1 1 truck, driver Pumps 5 29 Generators 4 22 Sign Repair 1 County-Wide Sandbags 13 622,400 Underwater Bridge Inspectors 1 2 divers, 1 vehicle Water Debris Clearance 2 5 teams DOT Liaisons (F-SERT) (1) (2 personnel) ESF-5 2 2 personnel PDA 1 12 personnel, vehicles DFO-PA 4 21 personnel, vehicles DFO-CR 1 13 personnel, vehicles Tow Truck 1 1 truck, driver Water Transport 2 8 trucks, drivers Fuel Data 3 3 spreadsheets Airport Information 3 3 Status Reports

  19. ESF #1 – TransportationESF #3 – Public Works ResourceRequestsTotal Resources Debris Removal 5 5 teams, personnel, equipment Sat-Phones 2 2 Sat-Phones Coordination with CSX 3 ESF-17, -10, -16 Haz-Mat Incidents 1 1 personnel Info Msg – Tolls/Turnpike 4 Status Reports Info Msg – Airports 3 Status Reports Info Msg – Railroads 2 Status Reports Info Msg – Seaports 2 Status Reports DCA Request DRC Mgrs 1 4 personnel, 4 vehicles DCA Request ARLs 1 5 personnel, 5 vehicles CAP EOCs n/a 2 CAP EOCs other than SEOC CAP County EOC Liaisons 3 29 personnel DOT EOCs n/a 9 DOT EOCs other than SEOC DOT County EOC Liaisons n/a 29 County EOCs, 73 personnel

  20. ESF #1 – TransportationESF #3 – Public Works ResourceRequestsTotal Resources SFWMD EOCs n/a 1 SFWMD EOC other than SEOC SFWMD County Liaisons n/a 6 County EOCs, 14 personnel Up next – ESF 2

  21. ESF #2 – Communications

  22. ESF #2 – Communications • Current Operations – • Coordinating cell/sat phone requests anddeliveries, phone line installations • Coordinating communications set up for T1 lines, POTS, dsl, etc for the LSAs • LSA #1 - 100 Centrex lines installed • RTS line w/ router • 3 ISDN lines • LSA#2 - 36 Centrex lines installed • RTS line w/ router • 3 ISDN lines • LSA#3 - 83 centrex lines being installed currently • RTS line w/ router • Monitoring 800 MHz State Law Enforcement System 97% operational connectivity only, 2.5% no service • 473,801 customers wireline outages reported in impacted areas • 16,082 services restored to customers wireline from yesterday 9/8 • 88% average of wireless coverage about 5% increase since 9/8 • 22 COWS • 5 SAT COLTS

  23. ESF #2 – Communications • Current Operations (continued) – • 4700 cell phones • 55 wireless air card • 12 toll free voice conference lines • 500 generators • 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

  24. ESF #4 – Fire FightingESF #9 – Search & Rescue

  25. ESF #4 – Fire FightingESF #9 – Search & Rescue • Current Operations – • As of September 9, at 15:50 hours ESF 4 & 9 has tasked 38 missions since activation for Hurricane Frances. • The following resources have been tasked and are currently deployed: • 1 FEMA Joint Management Team staged in Florida • 2 Federal SAR Task Force units are on standby in Florida • 4 Federal SAR Task Force Units are on standby out of state • 2 MAC Units • 3 Public Information Officers • 4 Dispatchers • 4 Overhead Teams • Unmet Needs – • None at this time • Future Operations – • Continue to assess rising rivers • Planning for Hurricane Ivan Up next – ESF 6

  26. ESF #6 – Mass Care Up next – ESF 8

  27. ESF #6 – Mass Care Current Operations – ARC ERV's ARC Kitchens TSA Canteens Alachua5 Brevard26 4 6 Broward1 Charlotte2 3 Citrus1 Colombia3 Dixie2 Duval74 Flagler1 Glades1 Hernando1 1 Highlands1 Indian River14 14 Lake3 Marion1 1

  28. ESF #6 – Mass Care Current Operations – ARC ERV's ARC Kitchens TSA Canteens Martin16 1 3 Okeechobee 1 Orange12 1 8 Osceola1 Palm Beach1626 Panhandle4 Pasco1 Pinellas2 Polk22 Seminole13 St. Lucie624 Sumter2 Volusia814 Totals1112071

  29. ESF #6 – Mass Care • Unmet Needs – • Water storage at the kitchens • Future Operations – • Continue response. • Adjust Mass Care resources to reflect flooding and upcoming storm. Up next – ESF 8

  30. ESF #8 – Health & Medical

  31. ESF #8 – Health & Medical • Current Operations – • 7 Disaster Medical Assistance Teams (DMAT) deployed • NM 1 - (35 Personnel) Martin Memorial Hospital • NC 1 - (35 Personnel) Holmes Regional Med. Center • FL 2 - (Team A - 16 Personnel) Martin County SNS • FL 2 - (Team B -17 Personnel) St Lucie County SNS • OH 5 - (35 Personnel) St. Lucie County SNS • RI 1 - (34 Personnel) St. Lucie County SNS • NY 2 - (35 Personnel) Indian River SNS • 4 DMATs staged • FL 1 – (34 Personnel) Staged at Home, (Ft Walton Bch) • FL 3 – (34 Personnel) Staged at Home (Tampa) • OH 1 - (34 Personnel) Staged Kissimmee • MI 1 - (35 Personnel) Staged Kissimmee • FL 4 (Medical Assistance Team) - (12 Personnel) Orange Co. SNS • EMAC Missions • 30 Nurses from SC (EMAC) on site Martin SNS • 50 Nurses from TN (EMAC) on site Tampa SNS

  32. ESF #8 – Health & Medical • Current Operations (continued) – • Medical Staff from VA (6 Personnel), GA (42 personnel), NC (88 personnel) (EMAC) being arranged • 368 medical staff for multiple mission deployed and 875 in reserve • 23 Special Needs Shelters open with 1036 residents • 3847 patients/residents evacuated from 135 health care facilities. • 1 acute care facility and 1 rehabilitation center are closed • Placing a temporary county health department facility in Dixie County. • 2244 oxygen cylinders delivered to hospitals and/or special needs shelters • 258 portalets, and 10 dumpsters delivered • 253,000 cans of DEET and 63 cases of hand sanitizer delivered. • 58 nursing homes continue on generators. • 3 county health department structures with significant damage. • DCHATs have been deployed. • 11 high risk radioactive material facilities have been surveyed with no damage reported.

  33. ESF #8 – Health & Medical • Current Operations (continued) – • Medical Staff from VA (6 Personnel), GA (42 personnel), NC (88 personnel) (EMAC) being arranged • 368 medical staff for multiple mission deployed and 875 in reserve • 23 Special Needs Shelters open with 1036 residents • 3847 patients/residents evacuated from 135 health care facilities. • 1 acute care facility and 1 rehabilitation center are closed • Placing a temporary county health department facility in Dixie County. • 2244 oxygen cylinders delivered to hospitals and/or special needs shelters • 258 portalets, and 10 dumpsters delivered • 253,000 cans of DEET and 63 cases of hand sanitizer delivered. • 58 nursing homes continue on generators. • 3 county health department structures with significant damage. • DCHATs have been deployed. • 11 high risk radioactive material facilities have been surveyed with no damage reported.

  34. ESF #8 – Health & Medical • Unmet Needs – • None at this time • Future Operations – • Continued evaluation of the health care infrastructure damage due to the storm. • Response to local health care services experiencing surge capacity overload. • Deployment of overhead assessment and response teams following the path of the storm. • Determination of preventative health care measures Up next – ESF 10

  35. ESF #10 – Hazardous Materials

  36. ESF #10 – Hazardous Materials • Current Operations – • Conducting cleanup of numerous fuel oil spills and minor hazardous materials incidents. • Closely monitoring low pH wastewater levels at Cargill Fertilizer facility at Riverside and other phosphate companies. • Overseeing cleanup of Ft. Pierce Marina. • Continuing assessments of drinking water facilities, waste water facilities, solid waste facilities, RCRA facilities and mining operations. • Responded to 17 hazardous materials incidents. • Solid waste facilities status in affected counties. • 96 Operational • 2 not operational • 9 unconfirmed/unknown • Drinking water facilities status in affected counties: • 156 operational • 1 not operational • 137 unconfirmed/unknown

  37. ESF #10 – Hazardous Materials • Current Operations (continued) – • Waste water facilities status in affected counties: • 240 operational • 6 not operational • 94 operational with followup needs • 35 unconfirmed/unknown • RCRA hazardous waste remediation facilities status in affected counties: • No RCRA regulated hazardous waste releases reported. • 6 no contact since Frances • 3 no contact since September 8 • 16 with minor or no damage. • Unmet Needs – • Lack of generators continue to be a problem at impacted facilities • Future Operations – • Continue to monitor low pH waste water levels at phosphate facilities. • Continue assessments throughout impacted areas. • Continue to investigate reports of sunken vessels. • Coordinate debris management issues with impacted counties. Up next – ESF 11

  38. ESF #11 – Food & Water