FEMA Region VII: Johnson County Emergency Management and Homeland Security Collaborates with the University of Iowa Department of Geography to Assess Flooding Impacts Using HAZUS-MH

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The value of HAZUS-MH in assessing potential flood damage was clearly demonstrated in Iowa during the recent floods. On June 9, 2008, the Johnson County Emergency Management Agency consulted with Shane Hubbard from the University of Iowa to run the model to assess the potential impacts of the approaching flood event. Of particular concern was the possible inundation of electric substations that supplies power to Iowa City.
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