AUSTIN, Texas - As Tropical Storm Alex moves further inland and begins to weaken, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and its federal, state and local partners remain vigilant and continue to monitor for any related threats of flooding or tornadoes in Texas. On Tuesday, June 29, even before Alex made landfall, President Obama took proactive action and declared an emergency disaster for the state of Texas, freeing up vital state and local resources and enabling FEMA to coordinate federal efforts to support state and local efforts to prepare for the storm.
WASHINGTON -- With Hurricane Alex expected to make landfall early Thursday morning, the Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is continuing to coordinate the federal response and support of the state of Texas in preparing for the storm. Alex is the first hurricane of the 2010 Atlantic hurricane season.
AUSTIN, TX -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and its federal, state and local partners continue to be active in the emergency response as Hurricane Alex approaches. “We are fully engaged, deploying requested supplies and resources, and supporting Texas in life-saving and life-sustaining operations.” said FEMA Region VI Regional Administrator Tony Russell.
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