Collection: Alabama Severe Storms & Tornadoes

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Alabama Severe Storms, Tornadoes, Straight-line Winds, and Flooding (DR-1971). Declared on 04/28/2011
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September 20, 2013
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  • <p>Daphne, AL, July 3, 2014 -- Part of the Gator Alley bridge was damaged when severe winds caused the creek running through the area to flood. FEMA is working with local, state and other federal agencies to repair this walkway. Patsy Lynch/FEMA</p>

    Damage from Recent Tornadoes

    Photo by Patsy Lynch

    Daphne, AL, July 3, 2014 -- Part of the Gator Alley bridge was damaged when severe winds caused the creek running through the area to flood. FEMA is working with local, state and other federal agencies to repair this walkway. Patsy Lynch/FEMA

  • <p>Daphne, AL, July 3, 2014--Part of the Gator Alley bridge was damaged when severe winds caused the creek running through the area to flood. FEMA is working with local, state and other federal agencies to repair this walkway. A family looks at the damged walkway. Patsy Lynch/FEMA</p>

    FEMA working with Alabama officials to assist in recovery

    Photo by Patsy Lynch

    Daphne, AL, July 3, 2014--Part of the Gator Alley bridge was damaged when severe winds caused the creek running through the area to flood. FEMA is working with local, state and other federal agencies to repair this walkway. A family looks at the damged walkway. Patsy Lynch/FEMA

  • <p>Daphne, AL, July 3, 2014 -- Part of the Gator Alley walkway was damaged when the creek it covers, flooded during the severe storms that swept through the area in early May. &nbsp;FEMA is working with local, state and other federal agencies to provide assistance to the state of Alabama as it makes repairs. &nbsp;Patsy Lynch/FEMA</p>

    Damage from Recent Tornadoes

    Photo by Patsy Lynch

    Daphne, AL, July 3, 2014 -- Part of the Gator Alley walkway was damaged when the creek it covers, flooded during the severe storms that swept through the area in early May.  FEMA is working with local, state and other federal agencies to provide assistance to the state of Alabama as it makes repairs.  Patsy Lynch/FEMA

  • <p>Montgomery, AL, July 9, 2014 -- Deborah Gaither is sworn in as a new local hire where she is working in the Joint Field Office (JFO) as a Geographical Branch Director in Operations. FEMA is committed to hiring local residents to assist with the on-going recovery efforts in Alabama. Patsy Lynch/FEMA</p>

    New Local Hire in Alabama

    Photo by Patsy Lynch

    Montgomery, AL, July 9, 2014 -- Deborah Gaither is sworn in as a new local hire where she is working in the Joint Field Office (JFO) as a Geographical Branch Director in Operations. FEMA is committed to hiring local residents to assist with the on-going recovery efforts in Alabama. Patsy Lynch/FEMA

  • <p>Montgomery, AL, July 9, 2014 -- Deborah Gaither is sworn in as a new local hire where she is working in the Joint Field Office (JFO) as a Geographical Branch Director in Operations. FEMA is committed to hiring local residents to assist with the on-going recovery efforts in Alabama. Patsy Lynch/FEMA</p>

    New Local Hire in Alabama

    Photo by Patsy Lynch

    Montgomery, AL, July 9, 2014 -- Deborah Gaither is sworn in as a new local hire where she is working in the Joint Field Office (JFO) as a Geographical Branch Director in Operations. FEMA is committed to hiring local residents to assist with the on-going recovery efforts in Alabama. Patsy Lynch/FEMA

  • <p>Montgomery, AL, July 10, 2014 -- Executive Order 28 Working group, a group of Utility companies working together to address the issuses facing residents and businesses after a disaster, meet at the Alabama Joint Field Office to learn about programs that FEMA provides. Patsy Lynch/FEMA</p>

    Working Group Meeting to DIsucss Utility Issues after Recent Storms

    Photo by Patsy Lynch

    Montgomery, AL, July 10, 2014 -- Executive Order 28 Working group, a group of Utility companies working together to address the issuses facing residents and businesses after a disaster, meet at the Alabama Joint Field Office to learn about programs that FEMA provides. Patsy Lynch/FEMA

  • <p>Montogmery, AL, July 10, 2014 -- FEMA employees attend an in-service class at the Joint Field Office in Montgomery, AL. FEMA provides classes for its&#39; employees as part of its&#39; on-going committment to providing the highest quality of service to those in need during times of disaster. Patsy Lynch/FEMA</p>

    Employee Training

    Photo by Patsy Lynch

    Montogmery, AL, July 10, 2014 -- FEMA employees attend an in-service class at the Joint Field Office in Montgomery, AL. FEMA provides classes for its' employees as part of its' on-going committment to providing the highest quality of service to those in need during times of disaster. Patsy Lynch/FEMA

  • <p>Montgomery, AL, July 10, 2014 -- Executive Order 28 Working group, a group of Utility companies working together to address the issuses facing residents and businesses after a disaster, meet at the Alabama Joint Field Office to learn about programs that FEMA provides. FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer, Albie Lewis (middle left) and Jeff Byard, AL State Coordinating Officer (middle right) provide an overview of the current state of the Alabama recovery efforts. Patsy Lynch/FEMA</p>

    Working Group Meets to Discuss Utility Issues following Recent Storms

    Photo by Patsy Lynch

    Montgomery, AL, July 10, 2014 -- Executive Order 28 Working group, a group of Utility companies working together to address the issuses facing residents and businesses after a disaster, meet at the Alabama Joint Field Office to learn about programs that FEMA provides. FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer, Albie Lewis (middle left) and Jeff Byard, AL State Coordinating Officer (middle right) provide an overview of the current state of the Alabama recovery efforts. Patsy Lynch/FEMA

  • <p>Mobile, Ala., July 14, 2014 -- Michael McGowan, Home Depot&#39;s Store Manager holds a Certficate of Appreciation given to the Mobile, Ala. Home Depot by the FEMA Mitigation division for its assistance in providing FEMA with space in their store so that Mitigation and Individual Assistance specialists could provide residents with information they could use following the tornadoes and severe storms that swept through the area in early May. Patsy Lynch/FEMA</p>

    FEMA Awards Home Depot a Certificate of Appreciation for Support of FEMA's Mitigation Outreach.

    Photo by Patsy Lynch

    Mobile, Ala., July 14, 2014 -- Michael McGowan, Home Depot's Store Manager holds a Certficate of Appreciation given to the Mobile, Ala. Home Depot by the FEMA Mitigation division for its assistance in providing FEMA with space in their store so that Mitigation and Individual Assistance specialists could provide residents with information they could use following the tornadoes and severe storms that swept through the area in early May. Patsy Lynch/FEMA

  • <p>Foley, Ala., July 14, 2014 -- Curt Houchins, Home Depot&#39;s Assistant Manager, holds a Certficate of Appreciation given to the Foley, Ala. Home Depot by the FEMA Mitigation division for its assistance in providing FEMA with space in their store so that Mitigation and Individual Assistance specialists could provide residents with information they could use following the tornadoes and severe storms that swept through the area in early May. Patsy Lynch/FEMA</p>

    FEMA Awards Home Depot a Certificate of Appreciation for Support of FEMA's Mitigation Outreach.

    Photo by Patsy Lynch

    Foley, Ala., July 14, 2014 -- Curt Houchins, Home Depot's Assistant Manager, holds a Certficate of Appreciation given to the Foley, Ala. Home Depot by the FEMA Mitigation division for its assistance in providing FEMA with space in their store so that Mitigation and Individual Assistance specialists could provide residents with information they could use following the tornadoes and severe storms that swept through the area in early May. Patsy Lynch/FEMA

  • <p>Foley, Ala., July 14, 2014 -- Bobby Roberts, Lowe&#39;s Store Manager holds a Certficate of Appreciation given to the Foley, Ala. Lowe&#39;s store by the FEMA Mitigation division for its assistance in providing FEMA with space in their store so that Mitigation and Individual Assistance specialists could provide residents with information they could use following the tornadoes and severe storms that swept through the area in early May. Patsy Lynch/FEMA</p>

    FEMA Awards Lowe's a Certificate of Appreciation for Support of FEMA's Mitigation Outreach

    Photo by Patsy Lynch

    Foley, Ala., July 14, 2014 -- Bobby Roberts, Lowe's Store Manager holds a Certficate of Appreciation given to the Foley, Ala. Lowe's store by the FEMA Mitigation division for its assistance in providing FEMA with space in their store so that Mitigation and Individual Assistance specialists could provide residents with information they could use following the tornadoes and severe storms that swept through the area in early May. Patsy Lynch/FEMA

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