WASHINGTON — FEMA is leaning forward with our federal, state, local and tribal partners to support a state managed, locally executed response to impacts from Hurricane Delta and is supporting Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards and affected community leaders on necessary damage assessments.
Three Urban Search and Rescue Teams and an Incident Support Team are conducting operations in Louisiana, and Mobile Emergency Operations Vehicles are standing by to provide emergency communication capabilities for federal resources, if needed.
As of today, 470 FEMA responders are deployed in support of Hurricane Delta, including Incident Management Assistance Teams. Additional personnel from the federal government, including the Department of Defense, Department of Transportation, Health and Human Services, Department of Energy, DHS Cybersecurity Infrastructure and Security Agency and Army Corps of Engineers, have been mission assigned to provide support to impacted states and tribes, as needed.
Florida’s TF 2 Conducts Search and Rescue Operations after Hurricane Delta
LAKE CHARLES, La. (Oct. 10, 2020) — Members of Florida Task Force 2, a Miami-based team of 45 rescue professionals and two K-9s along with a convoy of 18 vehicles, conduct urban search and rescue operations following Hurricane Delta’s landfall. Task Force 2 is part of the National Urban Search and Rescue Response System that consists of 28 task forces that can be deployed by FEMA to assist state and local governments in rescuing disaster survivors.
Florida Task Force 2 photo by Iggy Carroll
Lafayette Parish Begins Hurricane Delta Clean Up
LAFAYETTE PARISH, La. (Oct. 10, 2020) – FEMA is supporting Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards and community leaders on damage assessments in response to Hurricane Delta, as residents begin removing debris.
FEMA photo by Rudolph Marshall
Partners Receive Update on Hurricane Delta Aftermath
BATON ROUGE, La. (Oct. 10, 2020) – FEMA’s Region 6 Administrator Tony Robinson (right), alongside state and local leaders, receives an update the morning after Hurricane Delta made landfall.
FEMA photo by Manuel Broussard
FEMA Leadership Receives Updates on Hurricane Delta
WASHINGTON (Oct. 10, 2020) — FEMA Administrator Pete Gaynor receives updates from FEMA senior leaders, regional leadership and partners following Hurricane Delta’s landfall.
FEMA photos by Alexis Hall
Pre-staged FEMA Supplies and Vehicles Weather Hurricane Delta
ALEXANDRIA, La. (Oct. 10, 2020) — FEMA commodities and Mobile Registration Intake Center vehicles staged in Louisiana weathered Hurricane Delta’s landfall without any damage and are ready for use at the state’s request.
FEMA photos by Robert Kaufman