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    Quake Damage in Guánica, PR

    Quake Damage in Guánica, PR

    02.26.2020 | Photo by Liz Roll
    Guánica, PR, February 26, 2020 -- A damaged house from the January 7th earthquake still sits waiting to be demolished. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

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    Atlanta Distribution Center

    Atlanta Distribution Center

    08.31.2019 | Video by Lameen Witter
    B-roll of the FEMA Atlanta Distribution Center preparing supplies to send to Incident Support Bases ahead of Hurricane Dorian. Commodities such as...
    Port of Beaumont

    Port of Beaumont

    07.29.2019 | Video by Daniel Rojas
    Hurricane Harvey struck the Port of Beaumont in 2017, damaging infrastructure, eroding shorelines and making the waterway unpassable for some...
    Pumping the Water Out

    Pumping the Water Out

    07.08.2019 | Video by Judith Grafe
    Sand Springs, OK, USA--July 8, 2019--The Tulsa County Highway Department is helping the community to get rid of standing water left over from the...

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    Port of Beaumont

    07.29.2019 | Story by Daniel Rojas
    Hurricane Harvey struck the Port of Beaumont in 2017, damaging infrastructure, eroding shorelines and making the waterway unpassable for some ships. Working with FEMA, the shipping hub quickly re-opened and continues to restore and improve facilities.

    The Grandfather of Lares - FEMA - Paul McKellips

    10.09.2017 | Story by Paul McKellips
    Mayor Roberto Cedeno is the 74-year old Mayor of Lares. We follow him from picking up food and water at the FEMA Regional Staging Area to Lares where the mayor's team distributes house to house. A thunderstorm erupts and we take shelter in the Lares Hospital where we find they have less than five hours of diesel fuel remaining. Using our SAT phone we call in the information and in less than two hours the diesel generator is filled with fuel....

    Mobile FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers will...

    11.06.2012 | Story by Sheldon Smith
    As a nor’easter approaches the New York City area Wednesday into Thursday, FEMA will temporarily shut down Mobile Disaster Recovery Centers. Fixed Disaster Recovery Centers will maintain their normal hours of operation. Also included in this release are useful tips to help NYC-area residents remain safe during tomorrow’s severe winter weather event.

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