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Hurricane Wilma ESF Briefing October 21, 2005

Please move conversations into ESF rooms and busy out all phones. : 

Please move conversations into ESF rooms and busy out all phones. Thanks for your cooperation. Silence All Phones and Pagers

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Fire Medical Stress Severe Weather Parking Safety Briefing

SEOC LEVEL 2 0700 – 1900 (or as Missions Require): 

SEOC LEVEL 2 0700 – 1900 (or as Missions Require)

SEOC LEVEL 1 24 Hour Operations begins at 0700 Tomorrow: 

SEOC LEVEL 1 24 Hour Operations begins at 0700 Tomorrow

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Unified Command EOC Staffing STATE and FEDERAL COORDINATING OFFICERS Craig Fugate – Scott Morris SERT CHIEF Mike DeLorenzo – Justin DeMello OPERATIONS CHIEF Dave Bujak – 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

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

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Mike DeLorenzo Justin DeMello Up Next – Meteorology SERT Chief

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Meteorology Ben Nelson

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Monday 8 AM Weather Map

Tropical Storm Force Wind Arrival: 

Tropical Storm Force Wind Arrival

Hurricane Force Wind Speed Probabilities: 

Hurricane Force Wind Speed Probabilities

Rainfall Forecast: 8 PM Fri – 8 PM Mon: 

Rainfall Forecast: 8 PM Fri – 8 PM Mon

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Up Next – Information & Planning

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David Crisp Doug Whitmer Information & Planning Up Next – Operations

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Up Next – Operations

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Dave Bujak Gracia Szczech Operations Up Next – ESF 1&3

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Hurricane Wilma IAP #3 Operational Period: 1900 10-21-05 to 1900 10-22-05 Up Next – ESF 1&3

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ESF 1&3 Transportation & Public Works Up Next – ESF 2

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ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works Current Issues Ground and Air Recon teams stood up Providing staff to participate in evacuation planning Finalizing Road Ranger program to accommodate any evacuation effort Activation of traffic counters Tolls suspended on Alligator Alley Eastbound Tolls suspended on Northbound Homestead Extension of Florida’s Turnpike Amended emergency contracts to provide ability to support potential need for PDA teams Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations Monitor fuel status for FDOT yards, public transit Monitor storm Support mission under unified command Up Next – ESF 2

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ESF 2 Communications Up Next – ESF 4&9

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ESF 2 – Communications Up Next – ESF 4&9 Current Issues Telecommunications industry preparedness plans for comm recovery response All comms operational at this time (landlines, cell service, SLERS) Deployed - 184 cell-phones, 22 sat-phones, 5- air-cards, 6-100 port conference bridge, 5-40 port conference lines Activated 38 sat phones Preplanned comm support needs for potential LSA's with teleco's Prioritizing conference line and cell phone request Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations Support communications response and recovery needs for state agencies, ESF's, and counties

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Up Next – ESF 6 ESF 4&9 Firefighting and Search & Rescue

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ESF 4&9 – Fire Fighting & Search & Rescue Up Next – ESF 6 Current Issues FL USAR Command & Coordination Team Activated USAR Incident Support Team activated FL TF 1 Activated (Miami) FL TF 2 Activated (Miami) VA TF 2 Activated (Orlando) TN TF 1 Activated (Orlando) FL TF 3 On Standby (Tampa Bay) FL TF 4 On Standby (Orlando) FL TF 5 On Standby (Jacksonville) FL TF 8 On Standby (Central Florida) FL TF 9 (Swift Water) On Standby (Daytona) 4 DOF IMT Teams Unmet Needs Some movement of Tropical Cyclone Wilma Future Operations Continue to monitor and prepare

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

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Up Next – ESF 8 ESF 6 – Mass Care Current Issues 2 shelters open with pop of 148 102 shelters on standby ARC & TSA have 11 kitchens on standby ARC & TSA liaisons at the EOC Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations Prepare to support evacuations

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

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ESF 8 – Health & Medical Current Issues As of 1300, no Special Needs Shelters (SpNS) are open. Deployed 1 SpNS regional coordinator to Highlands County SpNS Shelters will open as needed, depending on the storm track Conducted conference call with Monroe ESF8/EM to finalize health facility evacuation and reentry timelines Pre-admitted brain and spinal cord injury and hospice patients in areas of risk for pre-impact clinical treatment. Collecting data regarding availability of skilled nursing facility beds for potential post-impact use. Pre-staged 7 Regional Emergency Response Advisors (RERAs) pending impact Pre-staged 2 Disaster Medical Assistance Teams (DMATS) (FL-1 and OK) in-state; alerted 6 Disaster Medical Assistance Teams, located out-of-state. Pre-staged 5 additional federal medical strike teams

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ESF 8 – Health & Medical Up Next – ESF 10 Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations Continue post-impact contingency planning Continue to roster teams at the county and regional level for possible deployment based on identified needs e.g. Special Needs Shelter management, epidemiology and environmental health teams

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ESF 10 Hazardous Materials Up Next – ESF 11 Up Next – ESF 11

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ESF 10 – Hazardous Materials Up Next – ESF 11 Current Issues Identified 4 two-person Hazmat teams Coast Guard officers arrived this afternoon Identifying Haz-Mat Response Resources and planning for staging of State and Federal Teams Closed State Parks in Monroe County yesterday at Noon Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations EPA OSC arrives Saturday afternoon Preparing to stage and deploy Hazmat Teams Monitoring Storm Track for possible additional State Park closures Developing "Critical Facility Maps" with GIS

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

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ESF 11 – Food & Water Current Issues Up-loading 50 trucks of water and 50 trucks of ice; being staged in White Springs for post storm deployment Total inventory of 220 loads of water and 200 loads of ice in State Commodities released for mass feeding in South Florida Coordinating with vendors and logistics for transportation and delivery Submitted order to USDA for baby formula Received inventory of USDA commodities from warehouse Coordinating with USDA to augment inventory of commodities as needed

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ESF 11 – Food & Water Up Next – ESF 12 Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations Coordinate deliveries of USDA commodities to Salvation Army and Red Cross as needed LSA Team on Stand by Monitor Hurricane Wilma Continue to staff ESF room in the State EOC

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ESF 12 Energy Up Next – ESF 13 Up Next – ESF 13

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ESF 12 – Energy Current Issues - Fuels All 9 major petroleum companies and 112 retail stations reporting Bulk 232 million gallons, mg, available now, 104 mg available in 3 days and 224 mg available in 9 days. Retail locations reporting having plenty of fuel Orange county and I-4, I-95, I-75, and US-1 corridors and FL Turnpike have plenty of fuel. Retail locations reporting having fuel, but some were low Hillsborough county – 64% have plenty and 36% were low. Retail locations reporting having fuel but some were low and some were out Palm Beach and Broward counties – 80% have plenty, 10% were low and 10% were out. Miami Dade county - 82% have plenty, 9% were low and 9% were out. Collier county - 60% have plenty, 30% were low and 10% were out. Charlotte county - 60% have plenty, 20% were low and 20% were out. Lee county - 80% have plenty, 10% were low and 10% were out. Pinellas and Pasco counties - 90% have plenty and 10% were out

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ESF 12 – Energy Up Next – ESF 13 Current Issues - Electric One major investor owned utility, four electric co-ops and six municipalities will likely be affected if the storm stays on the projected path. FPL reports that 6,500 out of state personnel have been mobilizing in the state and are positioned to quickly respond. Municipal utilities and Electric Coops have activated their mutual aid agreements, personnel and equipment have begun positioning and they stand ready to respond in their areas. Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations Assist out of state electric utility crews in entering the state. Continue monitoring fuel and electricity issues and responding to tracker requests.

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ESF 13 Military Support Up Next – ESF 14 Up Next – ESF 14

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ESF 13 – Military Support Current Issues 268 Soldiers & Airmen on SAD (WILMA) WILMA cost $106,601 (as of 20 Oct 05) Pending/Potential EMAC requirements working Joint Task Force Headquarters-FL Joint Operations Center at Level 1 activation Major Area Command/Task Force and battalion-level planning cells all active Providing SEOC support with ESF 5, ESF 13, and Logistics Task Force Engineer has 62 Airmen & Soldiers available for potential WILMA missions FLNG LNOs in Collier & Hendry Counties; prepared to deploy to Palm Beach, Monroe, Broward and Dade Counties if requested; teams sufficient for 6 more counties on standby Decision points concerning area of operations and task organization are deferred as WILMA slows down further Unmet Needs None at this time

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ESF 13 – Military Support Future Operations Air assets available: 8 x UH-60, 3 x OH-58, 1 x CH-47 (2 if a F/E EMACed), 1 x C-12, 1 x C-23 available 1 x C-130 & 1 x C-26 available Continue to monitor Hurricane Wilma. Up Next – ESF 14

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Up Next – ESF 15 ESF 14 Public Information

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ESF 14 – Public Information Up Next – ESF 15 Current Issues Unmet Needs Future Operations

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ESF 15 Volunteers & Donations Up Next – ESF 16

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ESF 15 – Volunteers & Donations Up Next – ESF 16 Current Issues Conference Calls with FLVOAD & Volunteer Centers Sending updates on Wilma to all partners agencies Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations Activation of Volunteer and Donations Hotline www.volunteerflorida.org website

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ESF 16 Law Enforcement Up Next – ESF 17

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ESF 16 – Law Enforcement Up Next – ESF 17 Current Issues State and Local LE have been contacted and are prepared for deployment as needed. Search and Rescue coordination plans being discussed. Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations Communicating with Local Counties reference evacuation plans.

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ESF 17 Animal Protection Up Next – Finance & Administration

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ESF 17 – Animal Protection Up Next – Finance & Administration Current Issues Animal movement restrictions lifted to facilitate animal evacuation Emergency animal shelter information posted and distributed ESF17 Incident Management Team activated and on stand by Assisting dairy industries in Okeechobee with feed, fuel and generators needs Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations Incident Management Team Command and General Staff planning meeting and pre-positioning

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Finance & Administration Up Next – Logistics

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Finance & Administration Up Next – Logistics Current Issues Purchasing Supplies Tracking Costs for Wilma Assisting with Deployment of Staff Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations Continue to Purchase Equipment and Supplies Continue to assist with Deployment of Staff Continue to Track Costs for Wilma

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Unified Logistics Section Up Next – Recovery Up Next – EMAC Mutual Aid Chuck Hagan Joe Burchette

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Unified Logistics Section AVAILABLE RESOURCES: 225 Trucks Water at Live Oak Warehouse 50 trucks being uploaded presently to White Springs 200 Trucks Ice in JAX and Polk County 50 trucks being uploaded presently to White Springs 2 Trucks Shelf Stable Meals at Live Oak 3 Type I LSA MHE, Pumps and Generator Packages 1 Type I LSA Package enroute to White Springs 2 Cranes 3 LSA Shuttle Fleets 1 Shuttle Fleet ordered 3 State LSA Locations and AOR's Homestead ARB, Homestead, FL (Joint State/Federal Site) Tropicana Packing Plant, Lakeland, FL (Central Generator Site) South Florida Fairgrounds, West Palm Beach, FL 1 State Mobilization Area White Springs, FL (Activated) Mobilization Coordination Center (Activating 10/21/05) Management of Land, Air, Sea and Rail Shipping Movements RSO&I available for activation to support inbound teams

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Up Next – EMAC Mutual Aid Preparedness Measures Additional Water available through vendor (60 trucks in state) Additional Meals available through vendor (40-50,000 per day) Additional Ice available through vendor 8,320 Tarps Available and sourcing more BASE CAMPS: - Ready Reserve 2 Each 1,500 person 1 Each 1,000 person 4 Each 500 person LSA Life Support Packages Second run of POD Models for Areas 4-7 Working with USaR on Heavy Lift Extrication Equipment Unified Logistics Section

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EMAC Mutual Aid Up Next – Recovery

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EMAC Mutual Aid Up Next – Recovery Current Issues Unmet Needs Future Operations

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Recovery Up Next – SERT Chief

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Recovery Current Issues Conducted SERT Liaison Orientation for Long Term Recovery Office by VTC (Video Conference) Realigned SERT Liaison Deployments based on updated threat assessment and finalized deployment plans Updating Debris Management contacts PDA Rosters set Unmet Needs Shortage of SERT Liaisons vs. County requests (Polk, Hendry) Future Operations Deploy SERT Liaisons not already on station Complete debris management update Up Next – SERT Chief

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SERT Chief Mike DeLorenzo

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Next Briefing October 22 at 0730 Branch Briefing

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