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Tecumseh, Okla., May 12, 2010 -- Members of a county/state/federal Preliminary Damage Assessment team record information at one of the many homes they visited. Members include (left to right) Anthony Drew with the U.S. Small Business Administration; the Pottawatomie County Emergency Manager; Darrin Dutton, a FEMA mitigation specialist; Amber Murpy with the Oklahoma Office of Emergency Management and John Nelson, and John Nelson, a  FEMA individual assistance officer. Three teams are assessing damages and losses in counties in the eastern half of the state that were struck by 22 confirmed tornadoes on May 10.  FEMA Photo by Win Henderson
Tecumseh, Okla., May 12, 2010 -- Members of a county/state/federal Preliminary Damage Assessment team record information at one of the many homes they visited. Members include (left to right) Anthony Drew with the U.S. Small Business Administration; the Pottawatomie County Emergency Manager; Darrin Dutton, a FEMA mitigation specialist; Amber Murpy with the Oklahoma Office of Emergency Management and John Nelson, and John Nelson, a FEMA individual assistance officer. Three teams are assessing damages and losses in counties in the eastern half of the state that were struck by 22 confirmed tornadoes on May 10. FEMA Photo by Win Henderson - Location: Tecumseh, OK
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