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Hurricane Ivan

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  1. Hurricane Ivan Evening Briefing September 23, 2004

  2. SEOCLEVEL1Operational Hours0700 – 1900or as missions require

  3. State Coordinating Officer Federal Coordinating Officer Craig Fugate Bill Carwile Up Next – SERT Chief

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

  5. Meteorology Ben Nelson

  6. Category 2 Hurricane Jeanne – 105 mph

  7. Hurricane Jeanne – 620 Miles East of West Palm Beach

  8. Forecast Arrival of Tropical Storm Force Winds

  9. 5-Day Rainfall Forecast Up Next – Information & Planning

  10. Information & Planning David Crisp

  11. Hurricane Jeanne Debris

  12. Hurricane Jeanne Critical Facilities

  13. Up Next – Operations

  14. Operations Up Next – ESF 1&3

  15. ESF 1&3 Transportation & Public Works

  16. ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works Hurricane Ivan 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 Pumps 43

  17. ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works 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 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

  18. ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works 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 Hurricane Jeanne Fuel Availability and Sites 2 requests, availability, sites Evacuation Planning 2 requests, Liaison, Counters CAP and Water Mgmt District 5 agencies requested MOT for SEOC, MERS Vehicles 1 arrow board, cones requested

  19. ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works • Unmet Needs – • None at this time • Future Operations – • Support Hurricane Jeanne preparedness activities • Continue support of Charley, Frances, Ivan, and DFO recovery activities Up Next – ESF 2

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

  21. 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 • 3 sites reduced coverage but operational • Leemo in S. Escambia (antenna tilted) • Santa in N Santa Rosa Co (antenna tilted) • Pensacola in Escambia Co (antenna tilted) • Meacham in NW Escambia Co. repair is complete. • The (new) Niceville site is operational. • Six (6) sites are operating on generator due to AC power failure. One (1) restored since 9/22/04 • 42,344 customer wireline outages reported in Hurricane Frances impacted areas • 5,696 customer wireline repaired since yesterday 9/22/04 (Frances) • Approx. 1,012,937 services restored since Hurricane Frances (voice and data lines)

  22. ESF 2 – Communications • Current Operations (continued) – • 24,534 customer wireline outages reported in Hurricane Ivan impacted areas • 23,000 customer wireline repaired since yesterday 9/22/04(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 • 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

  23. 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 • 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&9 Firefighting and Search & Rescue

  25. ESF 4&9 – Fire Fighting & Search & Rescue • Current Operations – • 2 Life Safety Inspectors deployed to Santa Rosa County to assist in building inspections. • Engines and Water Tankers still deployed to impacted areas • Currently working to demobilize resources prior to possible impact of Jeanne. • Unmet Needs – • None at this time • Future Operations – • Continue to respond to all mission requests. • Continue to support and demobilize current missions. • Planning and reviewing resources in preparation of Jeanne Up Next – ESF 6

  26. ESF 6 Mass Care Up Next – ESF 8 Up Next – ESF 8

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

  28. ESF 8 – Health & Medical • Current Operations – • Current DMAT Missions (Ivan) as of 9/23/2004 9:00am. • Activated: • FL-4 at Baptist Hospital, Escambia; total pts. seen to date 523 • OR-2 at West Florida Hospital, Escambia; total pts. seen to date 609 • OK-1 at Sacred Heart Hospital, Escambia; total pts. seen to date 461. • TOTAL PATIENTS SEEN BY DMATS TO DATE: 1,593 • CA-9 and CA-1 enroute to barrier island areas of Escambia and Santa Rosa counties. • 5 teams on alert for multi-state response • 1 NDMS Specialty Team and 56 NDMS/HHS staff augmentees deployed to Sacred Heart Hospital, Escambia • 224 professional staff deployed to affected areas. • 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. • 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

  29. ESF 8 – Health & Medical • Current Operations (continued) – • 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 65 residents as of 9/23/2004 9:00am. • 16 medical facilities evacuated 175 patients as of 9/23/2004 12:00pm • 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

  30. ESF 10 Hazardous Materials Up Next – ESF 11

  31. ESF 10 – Hazardous Materials • Current Operations – • Hurricane debris staging (solid waste) areas identified in Tracker 3752. • Responded to a number of oil spills in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties. • Assessing beach erosion damage. • Compiling damage information from various sources related to potential hazardous materials incidents. • 8 Federal and 3 State response personnel deployed to Western Panhandle area for response & assessments. • Continuing to assess the conditions of solid waste facilities. • DEP personnel staffing ESF10 desks at Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties. • DEP has opened a Citizen's Information Hotline (850) 595-4572 or (850) 595-3483. The information hotline can provide assistance in: • Debris Removal • Open Burning • Petroleum Storage Tank Systems • Drinking Water and Wastewater Facilities • Beach Restoration • Coastal Construction • Asbestos Cleanup • Wetlands Issues

  32. ESF 10 – Hazardous Materials • Current Operations – • DEP Regulatory District Office in Pensacola is closed due to storm damage - a temporary field office has been established in an Escambia County Office Building. • Drinking Water Facility Status (>3,300 hookups) • 69 Operational • 1 Non Operational • Wastewater Treatment Facility Status • 45 Operational • 2 Non Operational • 2 Unconfirmed • 4 Operational with follow up needs. • Unmet Needs – • None at this time • Future Operations – • Continue followup of drinking water, wastewater, and solid waste facilities. • Continue response to hazardous materials incidents and fuel spills from sunken vessels. Up Next – ESF 11

  33. ESF 11 Food & Water Up Next – ESF 12

  34. ESF 11 – Food & Water • Current Operations – • 1 LSA team deployed • USDA food for 464,000 meals and commercial food for an additional 22,500 meals • 21,735 cases of baby food and formula • 1,284 cases of baby supplies • Unmet Needs – • None at this time • Future Operations – • Continue monitoring inventories • Support efforts and mass care organizations • Putting School Food Service Authorities on notice to stock-up inventories in schools • Putting additional staff on stand-by Up Next – ESF 12

  35. ESF 12 Energy Up Next – ESF 13