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Flooding ^ Hurricane/Tropical Storm - Fla. , April 19, 2008 -- Flooding from Tropical Storm Fay in Lee County.

Flooding ^ Hurricane/Tropical Storm - Fla. , April 19, 2008 -- Floodin...

The original database describes this as: Title: Flooding from Tropical Storm Fay Production Date: 04/19/2008 Caption: Fla. , April 19, 2008 -- Flooding from Tropical Storm Fay in Lee County. Photographer Na... more

[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 19,2008 -- The sign in front of the State Logistics Response Center in Orlando.  Semi-Trailer trucks are in place to b loaded and dispatched at the State Emergency Response/Logistics Center.  As Tropical Storm Fay crosses the central part of Florida.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 19,2008 -- The sign in front ...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Lake Mary, FL, August 19,2008 --  FEMA's Region IV Incident Management Assistance Team (IMAT) works on information they gathered during Tropical Storm Fay.  Team members (L-R) Cony Metcalf; Mary Lunsford; George Amos and Travis Potter (seated).  Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Lake Mary, FL, August 19,2008 -- FEMA's Region I...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 19,2008 --  In side the State of Florida Division Emergency Management Logistics Response Center. A 200,000 square foot, two story, four climate controlled, high security cross dock facility with 27 loading docks. Is being utilized to support state residents during Tropical Storm Fay. Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 19,2008 -- In side the State...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 19,2008 --  Inside the State of Florida Division Emergency Management Logistics Response Center. A 200,000 square foot, two story, four climate controlled, high security cross dock facility with 27 loading docks. Is being utilized to support state residents during Tropical Storm Fay. Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 19,2008 -- Inside the State ...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Lake Mary, FL, August 19, 2008 --  Incident Management Assistance Team (IMAT) members, Cony Metcalf (L) and Travis Potter align their satellite feed for a Visual for Teleconference (VTC) on Tropical Storm Fay.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Lake Mary, FL, August 19, 2008 -- Incident Manag...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 19, 2008 -- Army Sgt. Garciela Raffler and Spec. Nicholas Donahue, 690th Military Police, Florida National Guard, coordinate medical supplies for distribution from the State of Florida Logistics Response Center. All part of  the cooperative preparation to meet the Tropical Storm Fay response.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 19, 2008 -- Army Sgt. Garciel...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Barefoot Bay, FL, August 20, 2008 --  The force of the tornado that hit this Brevard County community during Tropical Storm Fay can be seen here.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Barefoot Bay, FL, August 20, 2008 -- The force o...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Palm Bay, FL, August 20, 2008 --  Brevard County community streets  flooding due to Tropical Storm Fay's movement, lingering at 5 mph.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Palm Bay, FL, August 20, 2008 -- Brevard County ...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Barefoot Bay, FL, August 20, 2008 --  FEMA's Region IV Incident Management Assistance Team member, George Amos (L) and FEMA's Public Affairs Broadcast Operations Manager, Paul Luke; give State and Federal Emergency Management Coordinators a live and up to the minute situational awareness briefing during a Video Tele-Conference (VTC) briefing on Tropical Storm Fay.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Barefoot Bay, FL, August 20, 2008 -- FEMA's Regi...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Barefoot Bay, FL, August 20, 2008 -- This Brevard County community residence was split open by a tornado spun from Tropical Storm Fay. Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Barefoot Bay, FL, August 20, 2008 -- This Brevard...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Malabar, FL, August 20, 2008 --  This house as many in the Central Florida Coast area are being flooded shut due to lingering heavy rains in Brevard;Orange; Seminole; Lake; Flagler; Volusia Counties, from Tropical Storm Fay.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Malabar, FL, August 20, 2008 -- This house as ma...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Barefoot Bay, FL, August 20, 2008 -- A FEMA Incident Management Assistance Team (IMAT) works in the rain in this Brevard County community that was hit by a tornado and heavy rains from Tropical Storm Fay.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Barefoot Bay, FL, August 20, 2008 -- A FEMA Incid...

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Tropical Storm Fay

Tropical Storm Fay

JACKSONVILLE, Fla., -- Coast Guard search and rescue boats are stored in Helicopter Interdiction Tactical Squadron's hangar at Cecil Field. The hangar is housing Coast Guard boats from Sector Jacksonville, Stat... more

[Tropical Storm Fay] Barefoot Bay, FL, August 20, 2008 -- The roof was blown off this residence by a tornado that hit this Brevard County community during Tropical Storm Fay.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Barefoot Bay, FL, August 20, 2008 -- The roof was...

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Tropical Storm Fay

Tropical Storm Fay

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Chief Petty Officer Robert Crumley and Petty Officer 1st Class Reginald Johnson track Tropical Storm Fay's progress across the Florida's First Coast Aug. 20, 2008. Crumley and Johnson work ... more

Tropical Storm Fay

Tropical Storm Fay

JACKSONVILLE, Fla., -- The Coast Guard Cutters Shrike and Sea Dragon have been moved to downtown Jacksonville for safe harbor during Tropical Storm Fay. The Shrike will also serve as a communications platform i... more

[Tropical Storm Fay] Barefoot Bay, FL, August 20, 2008 -- This residence was damaged by a tornado spawned by Tropical Storm Fay that touched down in Brevard County.  Winds were strong enough to peel the roof back, yet  there were no injuries.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Barefoot Bay, FL, August 20, 2008 -- This residen...

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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –   Debris covers a road eroded by Tropical Storm Fay near Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. The storm passed over the center Aug. 20 and then stalled offshore, bringing with it heavy rain and tropical storm force wind.  Kennedy closed Aug. 19 because of Fay and reopened for normal operations Aug. 22.  Based on initial assessments, there was no damage to space flight hardware, such as the space shuttles and Hubble Space Telescope equipment. Some facilities did sustain minor damage.  Photo credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller KSC-08pd2422

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Debris covers a road eroded by Tropical Storm...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Debris covers a road eroded by Tropical Storm Fay near Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. The storm passed over the center Aug. 20 and then stalled offshore, bringing with i... more

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –  An alligator seeks higher ground alongside a road at NASA's Kennedy Space Center during the onslaught of Tropical Storm Fay.  The storm passed over the center Aug. 20 and then stalled offshore, bringing with it heavy rain and tropical storm force wind.  Kennedy closed Aug. 19 because of Fay and reopened for normal operations Aug. 22.  Based on initial assessments, there was no damage to space flight hardware, such as the space shuttles and Hubble Space Telescope equipment. Some facilities did sustain minor damage.  Photo credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller KSC-08pd2428

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – An alligator seeks higher ground alongside a r...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – An alligator seeks higher ground alongside a road at NASA's Kennedy Space Center during the onslaught of Tropical Storm Fay. The storm passed over the center Aug. 20 and then stalled of... more

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –    Wind and rain from Tropical Storm Fay pummel the area near the Vehicle Assembly Building at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. The storm passed over the center Aug. 20 and then stalled offshore, bringing with it heavy rain and tropical storm force wind.  Kennedy closed Aug. 19 because of Fay and reopened for normal operations Aug. 22.  Based on initial assessments, there was no damage to space flight hardware, such as the space shuttles and Hubble Space Telescope equipment. Some facilities did sustain minor damage.  Photo credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller KSC-08pd2424

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Wind and rain from Tropical Storm Fay pummel...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Wind and rain from Tropical Storm Fay pummel the area near the Vehicle Assembly Building at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. The storm passed over the center Aug. 20 and then stalled offsh... more

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –   A member of the "ride-out crew," a group of emergency personnel, at NASA's Kennedy Space Center monitors effects from Tropical Storm Fay.  In the background is the Operations Support Building I in the Launch Complex 39 Area. The storm passed over the center Aug. 20 and then stalled offshore, bringing with it heavy rain and tropical storm force wind.  Kennedy closed Aug. 19 because of Fay and reopened for normal operations Aug. 22.  Based on initial assessments, there was no damage to space flight hardware, such as the space shuttles and Hubble Space Telescope equipment. Some facilities did sustain minor damage.  Photo credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller KSC-08pd2425

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – A member of the "ride-out crew," a group of e...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – A member of the "ride-out crew," a group of emergency personnel, at NASA's Kennedy Space Center monitors effects from Tropical Storm Fay. In the background is the Operations Support Bu... more

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –   The large windows of a building at NASA's Kennedy Space Center are covered by plywood and sandbags to protect against the wind and rain driven by Tropical Storm Fay. The storm passed over the center Aug. 20 and then stalled offshore, bringing with it heavy rain and tropical storm force wind.  Kennedy closed Aug. 19 because of Fay and reopened for normal operations Aug. 22.  Based on initial assessments, there was no damage to space flight hardware, such as the space shuttles and Hubble Space Telescope equipment. Some facilities did sustain minor damage.  Photo credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller KSC-08pd2426

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – The large windows of a building at NASA's Ken...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – The large windows of a building at NASA's Kennedy Space Center are covered by plywood and sandbags to protect against the wind and rain driven by Tropical Storm Fay. The storm passed ov... more

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –  Due to Tropical Storm Fay, the roadside canals and surrounding grounds are flooded at NASA's Kennedy Space Center.  In the background is the Vehicle Assembly Building.  The storm passed over the center Aug. 20 and then stalled offshore, bringing with it heavy rain and tropical storm force wind.  Kennedy closed Aug. 19 because of Fay and reopened for normal operations Aug. 22.  Based on initial assessments, there was no damage to space flight hardware, such as the space shuttles and Hubble Space Telescope equipment. Some facilities did sustain minor damage.  Photo credit: NASA/Ben Smegelsky KSC-08pd2431

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Due to Tropical Storm Fay, the roadside canals...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Due to Tropical Storm Fay, the roadside canals and surrounding grounds are flooded at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. In the background is the Vehicle Assembly Building. The storm passed ... more

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –  At NASA's Kennedy Space Center, this alligator was spotted cruising the flood waters caused by Tropical Storm Fay.  The storm passed over the center Aug. 20 and then stalled offshore, bringing with it heavy rain and tropical storm force wind.  Kennedy closed Aug. 19 because of Fay and reopened for normal operations Aug. 22.  Based on initial assessments, there was no damage to space flight hardware, such as the space shuttles and Hubble Space Telescope equipment. Some facilities did sustain minor damage.  Photo credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller KSC-08pd2429

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – At NASA's Kennedy Space Center, this alligator...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – At NASA's Kennedy Space Center, this alligator was spotted cruising the flood waters caused by Tropical Storm Fay. The storm passed over the center Aug. 20 and then stalled offshore, br... more

[Tropical Storm Fay] Merritt Island, FL, August 21, 2008 -- As the water recedes from Tropical Storm Fay, families return to asses the damage to their homes. State and Federal teams working together, are doing their assessments too.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Merritt Island, FL, August 21, 2008 -- As the wat...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Bird Island, FL, August 21, 2008 -- Houses on Sea Gate Circle in the North Brevard County community are locked in by the flooding from Tropical Storm Fay. State and Federal teams have started assessing the extent of damage caused by the slow storm throughout the Central Coastal and North Central regions of Florida.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Bird Island, FL, August 21, 2008 -- Houses on Sea...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Oscola,FL, August 21, 2008 -- Despite the flooding conditions this Seminole County Emergency Response ambulance makes a run during Tropical Storm Fay.  Local and State emergency/first responders have braved all conditions for their communities safety.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Oscola,FL, August 21, 2008 -- Despite the floodin...

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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –   Flooding and some tree damage near the Vehicle Assembly Building are results from Tropical Storm Fay at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. The storm passed over the center Aug. 20 and then stalled offshore, bringing with it heavy rain and tropical storm force wind.  Kennedy closed Aug. 19 because of Fay and reopened for normal operations Aug. 22.  Based on initial assessments, there was no damage to space flight hardware, such as the space shuttles and Hubble Space Telescope equipment. Some facilities did sustain minor damage.  Photo credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller KSC-08pd2423

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Flooding and some tree damage near the Vehicl...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Flooding and some tree damage near the Vehicle Assembly Building are results from Tropical Storm Fay at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. The storm passed over the center Aug. 20 and then st... more

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –  Due to Tropical Storm Fay, the ground is flooded on a road alongside the turn basin at NASA's Kennedy Space Center.  The storm passed over the center Aug. 20 and then stalled offshore, bringing with it heavy rain and tropical storm force wind.  Kennedy closed Aug. 19 because of Fay and reopened for normal operations Aug. 22.  Based on initial assessments, there was no damage to space flight hardware, such as the space shuttles and Hubble Space Telescope equipment. Some facilities did sustain minor damage.  Photo credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller KSC-08pd2430

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Due to Tropical Storm Fay, the ground is flood...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Due to Tropical Storm Fay, the ground is flooded on a road alongside the turn basin at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. The storm passed over the center Aug. 20 and then stalled offshore, b... more

[Tropical Storm Fay] Bird Island, FL, August 21, 2008 -- As water starts receding the main method of transportation on Sea Gate Circle is walking.  Local residence state it is the worst flooding in 44 years, caused by slow moving Tropical Storm Fay.  State and Federal teams have started assessing the extent of damage throughout the Central Coastal and North Central regions of Florida.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Bird Island, FL, August 21, 2008 -- As water star...

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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –    The median of one of the roads on NASA's Kennedy Space Center is flooded from Tropical Storm Fay.  An emergency vehicle illustrates the flooding on the road as well.  The storm passed over the center Aug. 20 and then stalled offshore, bringing with it heavy rain and tropical storm force wind.  Kennedy closed Aug. 19 because of Fay and reopened for normal operations Aug. 22.  Based on initial assessments, there was no damage to space flight hardware, such as the space shuttles and Hubble Space Telescope equipment. Some facilities did sustain minor damage.  Photo credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller KSC-08pd2427

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – The median of one of the roads on NASA's Ken...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – The median of one of the roads on NASA's Kennedy Space Center is flooded from Tropical Storm Fay. An emergency vehicle illustrates the flooding on the road as well. The storm passed ... more

[Tropical Storm Fay] Rockledge, FL, August 22, 2008 --  Florida's State Secretary, Mike Sole, Department of Environmental Protection and State Surgeon General, Ana Viamonte, Department of Health address local, state and federal emergency managers at the Brevard County Emergency Operation Center, offering guidance and thanking them for their ongoing efforts with Tropical Storm Fay.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Rockledge, FL, August 22, 2008 -- Florida's Stat...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Rockledge, FL, August 22, 2008 -- Brevard County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Director, Bob Lay (center) discusses on going operations in his county, due to Tropical Storm Fay,  with FEMA's George Amos, Region IV Incident Management Assistance Team (IMAT) member (L) and FEMA's Public Affairs Broadcast manager, Paul Luke. The trio was doing a live Visual Tele-Conference (VTC) with state and federal participants through FEMA Headquarters in Washington, D.C.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Rockledge, FL, August 22, 2008 -- Brevard County ...

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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –  This aerial view shows the high water surrounding Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center following Tropical Storm Fay.  In the foreground is the Atlantic Ocean.  The storm passed over the center Aug. 20 and then stalled offshore, bringing with it heavy rain and tropical storm force wind.  Kennedy closed Aug. 19 because of Fay and reopened for normal operations Aug. 22.  Based on initial assessments, there was no damage to space flight hardware, such as the space shuttles and Hubble Space Telescope equipment. Some facilities did sustain minor damage.   Photo credit: NASA/Amanda Diller KSC-08pd2502

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – This aerial view shows the high water surround...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – This aerial view shows the high water surrounding Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center following Tropical Storm Fay. In the foreground is the Atlantic Ocean. The storm passed ... more

Tropical Storm Fay

Tropical Storm Fay

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Chief Warrant Officer David Foley conducts a waterway and aids to navigation assessment of the ports of Jacksonville and Brunswick, Ga., Saturday morning after Tropical Storm Fay passed thr... more

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –  Launch Pad 39A seems to be an island in the high water surrounding it caused by Tropical Storm Fay. In the distance is the Atlantic Ocean.  The storm passed over the center Aug. 20 and then stalled offshore, bringing with it heavy rain and tropical storm force wind.  Kennedy closed Aug. 19 because of Fay and reopened for normal operations Aug. 22.  Based on initial assessments, there was no damage to space flight hardware, such as the space shuttles and Hubble Space Telescope equipment. Some facilities did sustain minor damage.   Photo credit: NASA/Amanda Diller KSC-08pd2503

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Launch Pad 39A seems to be an island in the hi...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Launch Pad 39A seems to be an island in the high water surrounding it caused by Tropical Storm Fay. In the distance is the Atlantic Ocean. The storm passed over the center Aug. 20 and t... more

[Tropical Storm Fay] Deltona, FL, August 2008, -- Day six after initial landfall of Tropical Storm Fay, this Volusia County community reflects the rainfall impact on the State where Fay made four landfalls. Local, state and federal agencies are all working together resolving the needs of families across the state of Florida.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Deltona, FL, August 2008, -- Day six after initia...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Deltona, FL, August 24, 2008 --  The warning sign in this Volusia County neighborhood applies to boats as well as vehicles, following the flooding from Tropical Storm Fay. Local, state and federal emergency agencies are having to work through such community flooding to asses the state wide damage caused by the slow moving storm.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Deltona, FL, August 24, 2008 -- The warning sign...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Deltona, FL, August 24, 2008 -- As worried homeowners watch, Deltona Fire Department Search and Rescue (SAR) member, Tony Jacinto  pushes boat out to deeper water to deliver food and medications to stranded residence of this Volusia County community. Six days after the initial landfall of Tropical Storm Fay, communities are still stranded.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Deltona, FL, August 24, 2008 -- As worried homeow...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Deltona, FL, August 24, 2008 -- Deltona Fire Department Search and Rescue (SAR) members, Randy Siebert (L) and Tony Jacinto deliver food and medications to stranded residence of this Volusia County community. Six days after the initial landfall of Tropical Storm Fay, communities are still stranded.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Deltona, FL, August 24, 2008 -- Deltona Fire Depa...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- FEMA personnel are working out of the state Logistics Response Center until the Joint Field Office(JFO) can be available.  FEMA is here in response to tropical storm Fay. George Armstrong/FEMA.

[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- FEMA personnel ar...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- FEMA Logistics Specialist Michael Mitchell unloads a FEMA supply truck at the new Joint Field Office(JFO) where FEMA and state partners will share offiice space as they respond to Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- FEMA Logistics Sp...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- These FEMA staff are reporting to work at the state Logistics Response Center where space has been provided until the JFO can be created.  FEMA and the state will share office space as they respond to Tropical Storm Fay. George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- These FEMA staff ...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- FEMA Mobile Emergency Response Support(MERS), Logistics staff, and contractors are preparing the new Joint Field Office(JFO).  FEMA and the state are partners in responding to Tropical Storm Fay and will share office space in this building. George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- FEMA Mobile Emerg...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- FEMA Mobile Emergency Response Support(MERS) staff are installing telecommunication service in the new Joint Field Office(JFO).  FEMA and the state will share office space as they respond to Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- FEMA Mobile Emerg...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- FEMA Logistics supply trucks are delivering FEMA materials for the new JFO where FEMA and state partners will share offiice space as they respond to Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- FEMA Logistics su...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- FEMA Administrator Paulison, Florida Congressman John Mica, and State Director of Emergency Management Craig Fugate confer at today's  Leadership Briefing at the State Logistics Response Center. The recent federal Disaster Declaration provides FEMA resources to help in response to tropical storm Fay. George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- FEMA Administrato...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer(FCO) Tom Davies confers with FEMA Logistics Chief Robert Preston as the new Joint Field Office(JFO) is being prepared.  The JFO will house FEMA and state partners in the response to Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- FEMA Federal Coor...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- FEMA Administrator Paulison departs the state Logistics Response Center after today's Press Conference and Leadership Briefing. FEMA and the state are partners in responding to tropical storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- FEMA Administrato...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- At the state Logistics Response Center, FEMA Logistics Chief Robert Preston is telling his staff to begin work on the new JFO immediately. FEMA and state partners will share offiice space as they respond to Tropical Storm Fay. George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- At the state Logi...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- The state EM Logistics Response Center is a 200,000 sq.ft., two story, secure facility which holds supplies which are being used to respond to Tropical Storm Fay, as well as serving as temporary work location for some FEMA staff.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- The state EM Logi...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- The FEMA Mobile Disaster Recovery Centers(MDRC) currently at the state Logistics Response Center, are three of the five MDRC's currently in Florida for deployment in response to Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- The FEMA Mobile D...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- State Emergency Management Director Craig Fugate illustrates a point during today's Leadership Briefing at the state Logistics Response Center.  FEMA and the state are partners in responding to tropical storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- State Emergency M...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- At today's Press Conference at the Florida State Logistics Center, FEMA Administrator R. David Paulison tells what FEMA can do to help.  FEMA is here after a federal Disaster Declaration in response to tropical storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 -- At today's Press ...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 -- FEMA Community Relations(CR) Specialist Betzaida Estrada, state Emergency Response Team(SERT) member Lenia Acebo, and CR specialist George Graham are providing information about FEMA and state services for residents of this neighborhood impacted by Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 -- FEMA Community ...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 -- FEMA Community Relations(CR) Specialist George Graham is advising the occupants about danger being in a dwelling classified as unfit, as well as providing information about FEMA services available for those impacted by Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 -- FEMA Community ...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 -- Local television Channel 6 is covering the opening today of the Grant St. FEMA Disaster Recovery Center. News coverage is important to FEMA because it helps get the word out about available services to those have been impacted by Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 -- Local televisio...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 -- These Tropical Storm Fay affected potential applicants for FEMA assistance must first register by calling the tele-registration number. George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 -- These Tropical ...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 -- FEMA PIO Jennie Raab provides information about FEMA resources at the Lamp Lighter Homes community meeting. Many homes here were damaged by flooding from Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 -- FEMA PIO Jennie...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 -- FEMA PIO Jeffrey Welsh confers with his state counterpart, PIO Don Delucia at the Grant Street FEMA Disaster Recovery Center. PIO's mission is to assure that media and others get the correct message about available services and activities concerning those impacted by Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 -- FEMA PIO Jeffre...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 -- FEMA Community Relations(CR) Specialist Betzaida Estrada, state Emergency Response Team(SERT) member Lenia Acebo, and CR specialist George Graham are providing information about FEMA and state services for residents of this neighborhood impacted by Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 -- FEMA Community ...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 -- FEMA Community Relations(CR) Specialist Herve Riou provides information at the Lamp Lighter Homes community meeting.  CR's job is outreach to those impacted by Tropical Storm Fay so they may access FEMA and other resources.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 -- FEMA Community ...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 --FEMA Lead Applicant Service Program Specialist Silvia Herring provides information at the FEMA Grant St. Disaster Recovery Center.  DRC's purpose is to put FEMA and partners response to Tropical Storm Fay in local areas. George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 --FEMA Lead Applic...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 -- FEMA Community Relations(CR) Specialist Betzaida Estrada, state Emergency Response Team(SERT) member Lenia Acebo, and CR specialist George Graham are providing information about FEMA and state services for residents of this neighborhood impacted by Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 -- FEMA Community ...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 -- These Tropical Storm Fay affected potential applicants are here at the FEMA Grant St. Disaster  Recovery Center(DRC) seeking assistance.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 -- These Tropical ...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 -- FEMA Mitigation Specialist Darryl Groves provides information to a potential applicant at the Grant Street FEMA Disaster Recovery Center(DRC).  Mitigation can provide information and funds to improve homes ability to withstand disasters such as Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 -- FEMA Mitigation...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 -- Salvation Army is serving meals and providing cleanup kits at this Tropical Storm Fay impacted housing development.  Salvation Army and FEMA are partners in disaster response.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 27, 2008 -- Salvation Army ...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 28, 2008 -- The Grant St. FEMA Disaster Recovery Center signs help those impacted by Tropical Storm Fay find the location.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 28, 2008 -- The Grant St. F...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Barefoot Bay, FL, August 28, 2008 -- The FEMA Disaster Recovery Center is now open in the tent. The Mobile Disaster Recovery (MDRC) vehicle is providing telecommunications to serve those impacted by Tropical Storm Fay. George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Barefoot Bay, FL, August 28, 2008 -- The FEMA Dis...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Geneva, FL, August 28, 2008 -- State Road 46 is underwater and shut down in the area of Lake Harney on the St.John's River thanks to Tropical Storm Fay.  If the road is damaged it probably will be eligible for repair with FEMA Public Assistance(PA) funds. George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Geneva, FL, August 28, 2008 -- State Road 46 is u...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Geneva, FL, August 28, 2008 -- Tropical Storm Fay turned this road into a canal, forcing some residents to evacuate by canoe. FEMA Public Assistance(PA) funds may help repair this road if damaged.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Geneva, FL, August 28, 2008 -- Tropical Storm Fay...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Geneva, FL, August 28, 2008 --  Tropical Storm Fay dumped 20 inches of water along the coast and it is still draining to this location along the St. John's River.  FEMA PA Funds may help state and local government recover cost of road and other repair. George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Geneva, FL, August 28, 2008 -- Tropical Storm Fa...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Geneva, FL, August 28, 2008 -- Tropical Storm Fay has closed State Road 46 by dumping 20 inches of rain upstream in the St.John's River.  If this road is damaged, FEMA PA funds may pay for repair.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Geneva, FL, August 28, 2008 -- Tropical Storm Fay...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Geneva, FL, August 28, 2008 -- A sign announces flooded conditions on the St.John's River and prohibits most vessels from entering due to treacherous and polluted water. Tropical Storm Fay dumped 20 inches of water along the coast and it drained to this location. FEMA Public Assistance(PA) funds may help local and state government repair damaged public works.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Geneva, FL, August 28, 2008 -- A sign announces f...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 29, 2008 -- At the John Rodes FEMA Disaster Recovery Center(DRC), Individual Assistance(IA) Specialist Patricia Gerosolina listens as a potential applicant relates how their family was affected by Tropical Storm Fay. FEMA IA helps those eligible recover disaster losses.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 29, 2008 -- At the John Rod...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 29, 2008 -- At the John Rodes FEMA Disaster Recovery Center(DRC), potential applicants for FEMA financial assistance  call the FEMA Registration number to start the application process. FEMA is here in reponse to Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 29, 2008 -- At the John Rod...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 29, 2008 -- The John Rodes FEMA Disaster Recovery Center(DRC), is here to provide information and resources for Tropical Storm Fay impacted residents. The Mobile Disaster Recovery Center(MDRC) vehicle is providing telecommunication capability for FEMA Registration.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 29, 2008 -- The John Rodes ...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Cocoa, FL, August 30, 2008 -- FEMA printed disaster information is on display and free at the Cocoa FEMA Disaster Recovery Center(DRC). FEMA is here as a result of Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Cocoa, FL, August 30, 2008 -- FEMA printed disast...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Cocoa, FL, August 30, 2008 -- This FEMA Mobile Disaster Recovery(MDRC) vehicle is being used as a telecommunication link for the actual DRC located in the building. It is one of six MDRC,s currently in Florida in response to Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Cocoa, FL, August 30, 2008 -- This FEMA Mobile Di...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Cocoa, FL, August 30, 2008 -- At the FEMA Disaster Recovery Center(DRC) FEMA Individual Assistance(IA) Specialist Dale Huff is explaining eligibility requirements for FEMA financial assistance. FEMA is here in response to Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Cocoa, FL, August 30, 2008 -- At the FEMA Disaste...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] DeBary, FL, August 30, 2008 -- Torrential  rain from Tropical Storm Fay has flooded this neighborhood lake forcing many people from their homes in Volusia County.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] DeBary, FL, August 30, 2008 -- Torrential rain f...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] DeBary, FL, August 30, 2008 -- Potential applicants are being interviewed at the FEMA Disaster Recovery Center(DRC).  FEMA is here in response to flooding by Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] DeBary, FL, August 30, 2008 -- Potential applican...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Cocoa, FL, August 30, 2008 -- The FEMA Disaster Recovery Center(DRC) is a gathering place for FEMA and partners to offer disaster services available under one roof to those suffering as a result of Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Cocoa, FL, August 30, 2008 -- The FEMA Disaster R...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] DeBary, FL, August 30, 2008 -- At the FEMA Disaster Recovery Center(DRC), Red Cross is providing services to residents affected by Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] DeBary, FL, August 30, 2008 -- At the FEMA Disast...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Debary, FL, August 30, 2008 -- FEMA Community Relations(CR) Specialist Vernon Andrews and State Emergency Response Team(SERT) member Carly Miller are providing FEMA Registration information to a Volusia County resident of a Tropical Storm Fay flooded housing development. FEMA and the State are partners in disaster response.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Debary, FL, August 30, 2008 -- FEMA Community Rel...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 30, 2008 -- Salvation Army is distributing meals and supplies at the John Rodes FEMA Disaster Recovery Center(DRC) parking  lot.  FEMA and partners are here in response to flooding by Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 30, 2008 -- Salvation Army ...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] DeBary, FL, August 30, 2008 -- The FEMA Disaster Recovery Center(DRC) and MDRC are set up in the Wal~Mart parking lot with sign from state DOT.  FEMA and partners are here providing services to residents affected by Tropical Storm Fay flooding.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] DeBary, FL, August 30, 2008 -- The FEMA Disaster ...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] DeBary, FL, September 9, 2008 -- The FEMA Disaster Recovery Center(DRC) is set up in the Wal-Mart parking lot with the Mobile Disaster Recovery Center (MDRC) vehicle  providing telecommunication service.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] DeBary, FL, September 9, 2008 -- The FEMA Disaste...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Debary, FL, August 30, 2008 -- Street lights are still on but no one is home at this Tropical Storm Fay flooded housing development in Volusia County.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Debary, FL, August 30, 2008 -- Street lights are ...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 30, 2008 -- At the FEMA Rodes Disaster Recovery Center(DRC) the South Florida WorkForce emergency unemployment registration vehicle is ready to serve Tropical Storm Fay affected residents.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 30, 2008 -- At the FEMA Rod...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 30, 2008 -- The Brevard County John Rodes FEMA Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) in the tent, receives telecommunication support from the Mobile Disaster Recovery Center (MDRC) vehicle (left).  This allows residents affected by flooding from Tropical Storm Fay to immediately start the FEMA application process by telephone registration.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, August 30, 2008 -- The Brevard Cou...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, September 1, 2008 -- At the John Rodes FEMA Disaster Recovery Center(DRC) FEMA Applicant Services Team Leader Ravella Barbere provides Individual Assistance(IA) information to a Tropical Storm Fay impacted resident. George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, September 1, 2008 -- At the John R...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, September 1, 2008 -- FEMA Disaster Recovery Center(DRC) Manager Crystal Goussen provides information about Individual Assistance(IA) to these residents who were impacted by Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Melbourne, FL, September 1, 2008 -- FEMA Disaster...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Crawfordville, FL, September 2, 2008 -- In Wakulla County along the St .Marks River, FEMA Community Relations(CR) Specialist Karen Graham and State Emergency Response Team(SERT) member John Probert tell this resident about FEMA services and registration process. FEMA is  here in response to flooding from Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Crawfordville, FL, September 2, 2008 -- In Wakull...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Crawfordville, FL, September 2, 2008 -- In Wakulla County along the St. Marks River, FEMA Community Relations(CR) Specialist Karen Graham attaches printed FEMA registration information to the mailbox of an inaccessible home impacted by Tropical Storm Fay. The first step in obtain FEMA disaster assistance is to call the registration telephone number and CR's role is to provide outreach with that information.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Crawfordville, FL, September 2, 2008 -- In Wakull...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Crawfordville, FL, September 2, 2008 -- In Wakulla County along the St .Marks River, FEMA Community Relations(CR) Specialist Karen Graham and State Emergency Response Team(SERT) member John Probert provide this Tropical Storm Fay impacted resident information about FEMA and state resources and how to access them. FEMA and the state are partners in disaster response.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Crawfordville, FL, September 2, 2008 -- In Wakull...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Crawfordville, FL, September 2, 2008 -- FEMA Public Information Officer(PIO) Renee Bafalis in Wakulla County along the St. Marks River, listens to this resident tell how fast the water level rose as a result of Tropical Storm Fay. FEMA PIO's are here today accompanying Community Relations(CR) workers and the media.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Crawfordville, FL, September 2, 2008 -- FEMA Publ...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Crawfordville, FL, September 2, 2008 -- In Wakulla County along the St .Marks River, FEMA Community Relations(CR) Specialist Karen Graham and State Emergency Response Team(SERT) member John Probert speak with these residents of flooded homes about FEMA services and registration process. FEMA is here in response to Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Crawfordville, FL, September 2, 2008 -- In Wakull...

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[Tropical Storm Fay] Crawfordville, FL, September 2, 2008 -- FEMA Public Information Officer(PIO) Nate Custer in Wakulla County along the St. Marks River, provides WTXL-TV Channel 27 information about FEMA activity and resources in response to flooding from Tropical Storm Fay.  George Armstrong/FEMA

[Tropical Storm Fay] Crawfordville, FL, September 2, 2008 -- FEMA Publ...

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