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Title: Hurricane Frances


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Hurricane Frances Morning Briefing September 6,
2004
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SEOC LEVEL124 Hour Operations
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Briefing Distribution
  • Dial in to Listen
  • See Operations Officer for number
  • Webcast
  • See Operations Officer for URL
  • Channel 15 in Capital Circle Office Complex
  • Video Conference to DOH, DOACS, FDLE and others

Up next SERT Chief
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State Coordinating Officer Federal
Coordinating Officer
Craig Fugate Bill Carwile
Up next SERT Chief
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SERT Chief
Mike DeLorenzo Steve Glenn
Up next Meteorology
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Meteorology
Ben Nelson
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Tropical Storm Frances Just East Of Tampa Bay
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5 AM Wind Field
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5 AM Advisory
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Forecast Wind Swath
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Forecast Second Landfall Monday PM
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5 Day Rainfall Forecast
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Category 3 Hurricane Ivan 2180 Miles
East-Southeast of Miami
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Hurricane Ivan in the Central Atlantic
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Up next Information Planning
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Information Planning
David Crisp Rodney Melsek
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Holmes
Jackson
Escambia
Santa Rosa
Okaloosa
Walton
Gadsden
Nassau
Washington
Calhoun
Hamilton
Jefferson
Leon
Bay
Madison
Duval
Columbia
Wakulla
Suwannee
Baker
Liberty
Taylor
Clay
Union
Gulf
Franklin
Lafayette
Bradford
St. Johns
Gilchrist
Alachua
Putnam
Dixie
Flagler
Levy
Marion
Volusia
Lake
Citrus
Seminole
Sumter
Hernando
Orange
Pasco
Brevard
Osceola
Pinellas
Hillsborough
Polk
Indian River
Reported Damages
Hardee
Okeechobee
Manatee
St. Lucie
Highlands
DeSoto
Martin
Sarasota
Most Severe Damage
Glades
Charlotte
Lee
Hendry
Palm Beach
Moderate to Severe Damage
Broward
Collier
Miani-Dade
Monroe
Up next Operations Chief
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Operations Chief
Leo Lachat Ginger Edwards
Up next Emergency Services
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Emergency Services
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Emergency Services
  • Current Operations
  • USAR resources sent to St. Lucie were sent home
  • ESF 10 responding to Cargill phosphate seepage
  • EPA/USCG have resources on standby to assist.
  • 3 DMATs deployed Martin Memorial Hospital
    (south) Palm Beach County (Jupiter Medical
    Center Palm Beach Garden Medical Center)
  • 8 DMATs either staged or on alert.
  • Florida Teams not activated at this time
  • Requested deployment of 165 nurses for special
    needs shelters.
  • 2 DMORTS on alert.
  • 1 VMAT on alert.
  • 54 Special Needs Shelters open with 5613
    residents.
  • 3474 patients/residents evacuated from 99 health
    care facilities.

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Emergency Services
  • Current Operations (continued)
  • Responding to the county requests for medical
    staff and health related supplies and equipment.
  • Coordinating with FEMA in the deployment strategy
    for DMATs and the need for additional DMAT
    resources.
  • Assessing the storm damage to the medical
    facilities in the storm path.
  • Assisting the continued deployment of special
    needs shelters.
  • Unmet Needs
  • ESF 8 None at this time
  • ESF 16 None at this time
  • ESF 49 Make Frances go away
  • ESF 10 None at this time

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Emergency Services
  • Future Operations
  • ESF 16 will continue to fulfill missions as
    tasked
  • 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.
  • 1st USAR contingent will go in to Brevard County
    at 1st light.
  • Volusia County will perform their own evaluation
    and inform if resources necessary

Up next Human Services
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Human Services
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Human Services
  • Current Operations
  • Request for 200 Meals at Jefferson County
    Shelter, Trying to locate a provider.
  • Cots for Taylor County are in Lakeland, delivery
    being held up due to storm conditions
  • Six hour delay on delivery of Food, Water and Ice
    to Brevard, Indian River, St. Lucie, Marting,
    Volusia, and Palm Beach Counties due to weather
    conditions. Estimated ETA 1200 Hours.
  • Action Request For Assistance has been placed for
    Tarps
  • Unmet Needs
  • Being addressed as identified
  • Future Operations
  • Post event staging/ distribution of Mass Care/
    food, water, and ice to affected population
  • -Long term sheltering
  • -Handling of animal injuries/ casualties from the
    storm
  • -Coordination of volunteers and donations with
    affected counties

Up next Infrastructure
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Infrastructure
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Infrastructure
  • Current Operations
  • Identifying and mobilizing recon, impact
    assessment and PDA assets
  • Monitoring fuel availability and re-supply along
    evacuation routes
  • Developing Bulk Fueling plans for LSAs and
    County Emergency Ops
  • Identifying fuel resources to support local
    response operations
  • Identifying and mobilizing telecom resources to
    support state and local response operations to
    include LSA setup and activations
  • Sandbag requests supported
  • 3,306,648 customers identified as out of power so
    far (see msg 1549)
  • Coordinating bulk fuel shipments to county and
    state units
  • Unmet Needs
  • Diesel and gasoline fuel
  • Future Operations
  • Continue to monitor transportation, electricity,
    fuel and telecom systems

Up next Military Support
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Military Support
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Military Support
  • Current Operations
  • 4125 Soldiers and Airmen activated
  • Task Force 53rd (TF-53rd) (South)
  • Units are actively working affected areas
  • Task Force 83rd (TF-83rd) (North)
  • Units have moved to support LSAs
  • RECON elements deployed
  • Working 17 EMAC's with 10 states
  • LNOs have been assigned to Panhandle EOCs
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Conduct Security, Search and Rescue and
    Humanitarian Missions
  • Units prepared to support operational needs in
    Pan Handle Area
  • Working closely with NG in other States for
    emerging requirements

Up next Logistics
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Logistics
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Logistics
  • Current Operations
  • Resources at Lakeland LSA secured for storm
    impact
  • Additional equipment inventory en route
  • Proposed LSA 1
  • South Florida Fairgrounds- Verbal Ok received for
    use of 52,000 sq. ft. East Expo Bldg. (adjoining
    open special needs shelter), includes use of 10
    outlaying buildings of varying sizes and
    approximately 50 acres of open ground space.
  • 1200 person base camp to be located at this site.
  • Proposed LSA 2
  • Orlando Executive Airport- Contract pending
    (includes clause prohibiting media access).
    Approved use of 4,000 sq. ft. of DOH leased space
    as well as 60,000 additional sq. ft. of leased
    DEM space once contract is completed. Airport
    also approved use of east side paved ramp space
    and 'back gate' for truck movement.
  • 1200 person base camp to be located at this site.

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Logistics
  • Current Operations (conti
  • Proposed LSA 3
  • Kmart Regional Distribution Center- Verbal
    approval for yard space only. Quote coming from
    vendor to erect structure on site equal to
    100,000 sq. ft. Vendor indicates this amount is
    avail. for shipping immediately. Separate vendor
    identified for teams to erect structure on
    arrival.
  • 800 person base camp to be located at this site.
  • Additionally, County EM directors in Orange,
    Marion and Palm Beach counties have been advised
    of proposed locations and timetable.
  • Preliminary LSA site support needs are being
    assessed and procured in advance of set up along
    with emergency contact numbers for suppliers.

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Up next Finance Administration
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Logistics
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • LSA Implementation
  • Alternate LSA site assessment Pratt Whitney
  • Alternate LSA site assessment Leon County
    Fairgrounds
  • Secure fuel distribution sites (4-6) for
    responder vehicles/ equipment

Up next Finance Administration
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Finance Administration
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Finance Administration
  • Current Operations
  • Various purchases and lodging requests
  • Some rooms available in Tallahassee
  • Preparing to deploy Finance staff member with the
    A-Team
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Purchasing and deployment needs
  • Monitor cost of event
  • State agencies should track their costs

Up next Public Information
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Public Information
Up next Recovery
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Public Information
  • Current Operations
  • Unmet Needs
  • Future Operations

Up next Recovery
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Recovery
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Recovery
  • Current Operations
  • Major Disaster Declaration (FEMA-1545-DR-FL) for
    IA, PA, HMGP
  • Forward SERT-Martin County
  • Mitigation Conf. Call with Public-Private Sector
    Partners
  • Unmet Needs
  • Continue to seek additional staff for Recovery
    activities
  • Future Operations
  • Resume operations from the Orlando Disaster Field
    Office
  • Deploy Hurricane Frances Preliminary Damage
    Assessments Teams (IA and PA)
  • Prepare Mitigation Strategy for Hurricane Frances

Up next SERT Chief
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SERT Chief
Mike DeLorenzo Steve Glenn
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Dont Forget to turn yourphones ringer back on!
  • Thanks for your cooperation

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Next Briefing
  • September 6 at 1830
  • ESF Briefing
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