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Collection: Iowa 2008 Tornadoes and Flooding - All

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  • Parkersburg, Iowa, May 28, 2008 -- A tornado took the roof off this classroom at Parkersburg High School.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

    Damaged high school in Iowa

    Photo by Barry Bahler
    Parkersburg, Iowa, May 28, 2008 -- A tornado took the roof off this classroom at Parkersburg High School. Barry Bahler/FEMA
  • Parkersburg, Iowa, May 28, 2008 -- A family sorts through the ruins of their house, leveled the EF-5 tornado that hit Parkersburg.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

    Debris field and residents in Iowa

    Photo by Barry Bahler
    Parkersburg, Iowa, May 28, 2008 -- A family sorts through the ruins of their house, leveled the EF-5 tornado that hit Parkersburg. Barry Bahler/FEMA
  • Parkersburg, Iowa, May 28, 2008 -- Field full of debris in the aftermath of the EF-5 tornado that hit Parkersburg.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

    Tornado damage in Iowa

    Photo by Barry Bahler
    Parkersburg, Iowa, May 28, 2008 -- Field full of debris in the aftermath of the EF-5 tornado that hit Parkersburg. Barry Bahler/FEMA
  • Parkersburg, Iowa, May 28, 2008 -- The young people in the community of Parkersburg, assist their neighbors, following EF-5 tornado that hit Parkersburg.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

    Residents and debris in Iowa

    Photo by Barry Bahler
    Parkersburg, Iowa, May 28, 2008 -- The young people in the community of Parkersburg, assist their neighbors, following EF-5 tornado that hit Parkersburg. Barry Bahler/FEMA
  • Parkersburg, Iowa, May28,2008 -- Parkersburg firemen survey the damaged homes from an EF-5 tornado while riding on an ATV.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

    Firemen riding on an ATV in Iowa

    Photo by Barry Bahler
    Parkersburg, Iowa, May28,2008 -- Parkersburg firemen survey the damaged homes from an EF-5 tornado while riding on an ATV. Barry Bahler/FEMA
  • Parkersburg, Iowa, May 28, 2008 -- A Mobile Disaster Recovery Center (MDRC) operates in Parkersburg, Iowa. The community was hit by an EF-5 tornado.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

    FEMA MDRC parked infront of a water tower in Iowa

    Photo by Barry Bahler
    Parkersburg, Iowa, May 28, 2008 -- A Mobile Disaster Recovery Center (MDRC) operates in Parkersburg, Iowa. The community was hit by an EF-5 tornado. Barry Bahler/FEMA
  • Parkersburg, Iowa, May 28, 2008 -- FEMA Community Relations Team member, Gary O'Hare, from Oak Grove,Missouri, assists Parkersburg resident at the Disaster Recovery Center.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

    FEMA Community Relations Team at a Disaster Recovery Center in Iowa

    Photo by Barry Bahler
    Parkersburg, Iowa, May 28, 2008 -- FEMA Community Relations Team member, Gary O'Hare, from Oak Grove,Missouri, assists Parkersburg resident at the Disaster Recovery Center. Barry Bahler/FEMA
  • Parkersburg, Iowa, May 28, 2008 -- FEMA Community Relations Team member, Gary O'Hare, from Oak Grove,Missouri, shakes hands with a Parkersburg resident at her home.  Community Relations teams go into the community to help residents apply for assistance after a disaster. Barry Bahler/FEMA

    FEMA Community Relations takes to the streets of Parkersburg, Iowa

    Photo by Barry Bahler
    Parkersburg, Iowa, May 28, 2008 -- FEMA Community Relations Team member, Gary O'Hare, from Oak Grove,Missouri, shakes hands with a Parkersburg resident at her home. Community Relations teams go into the community to help residents apply for assistance after a disaster. Barry Bahler/FEMA
  • Parkersburg, Iowa, May 28, 2008 -- FEMA Community Relations Team member, Charles Engberg, from Plattsmith, Nebraska, assists Parkersburg residents at the Disaster Recovery Center.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

    FEMA Community Relations team at the Disaster Recovery Center in Iowa

    Photo by Barry Bahler
    Parkersburg, Iowa, May 28, 2008 -- FEMA Community Relations Team member, Charles Engberg, from Plattsmith, Nebraska, assists Parkersburg residents at the Disaster Recovery Center. Barry Bahler/FEMA
  • Parkersburg, Iowa, May 28, 2008 -- FEMA External Affairs Field Specialist, Jacqueline Chandler (c), assists Parkersburg residents at the Disaster Recovery Center.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

    FEMA Disaster Recovery Center in Iowa

    Photo by Barry Bahler
    Parkersburg, Iowa, May 28, 2008 -- FEMA External Affairs Field Specialist, Jacqueline Chandler (c), assists Parkersburg residents at the Disaster Recovery Center. Barry Bahler/FEMA
  • Parkersburg, Iowa, May 28, 2008 -- Fire Specialist, Ryan Schlater, State of Iowa, Department of Natural Resources (DNR), removes fallen trees from around homes in Parkersburg, Iowa.  Schlater's DNR team volunteered to come in from Ames, Iowa.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

    Fire Specialist clearing a downed tree from a residence in Iowa

    Photo by Barry Bahler
    Parkersburg, Iowa, May 28, 2008 -- Fire Specialist, Ryan Schlater, State of Iowa, Department of Natural Resources (DNR), removes fallen trees from around homes in Parkersburg, Iowa. Schlater's DNR team volunteered to come in from Ames, Iowa. Barry Bahler/FEMA
  • Parkersburg, Iowa, May 28, 2008 -- A couple stands in the debris of their home in Parkersburg, Iowa.  The kitchen wall and the family. Barry Bahler/FEMA

    Residents stand in the debris of their hoome in Iowa

    Photo by Barry Bahler
    Parkersburg, Iowa, May 28, 2008 -- A couple stands in the debris of their home in Parkersburg, Iowa. The kitchen wall and the family. Barry Bahler/FEMA
  • Parkersburg, Iowa, May 29, 2008 -- A Red Cross Mobile Response Team observes damage in Parkersburg.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

    Red Cross Mobile unit in Iowa

    Photo by Barry Bahler
    Parkersburg, Iowa, May 29, 2008 -- A Red Cross Mobile Response Team observes damage in Parkersburg. Barry Bahler/FEMA
  • Parkersburg, Iowa, May 28, 2008 -- Pakersburg High School has been reduced to a pile of debris with a collapsed roof, twisted structure beams and fallen brick walls.  The EF-5 tornado, hit the High School on Sunday, May 25th.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

    Destroyed school in Iowa

    Photo by Barry Bahler
    Parkersburg, Iowa, May 28, 2008 -- Pakersburg High School has been reduced to a pile of debris with a collapsed roof, twisted structure beams and fallen brick walls. The EF-5 tornado, hit the High School on Sunday, May 25th. Barry Bahler/FEMA
  • Allison, Iowa,  June 2, 2008  --   Federal Coordinating Officer Bill Vogel explained FEMA's Public Assistance programs and application procedures to Iowa county and city officials at a recent meeting sponsored jointly by FEMA and the Iowa Emergency Management Agency.  Iowa has been hit by flooding and tornadoes in recent weeks, prompting a presidential disaster declaration.   FEMA photo by Greg Henshall

    Public assistance meeting in Iowa

    Photo by Greg Henshall
    Allison, Iowa, June 2, 2008 -- Federal Coordinating Officer Bill Vogel explained FEMA's Public Assistance programs and application procedures to Iowa county and city officials at a recent meeting sponsored jointly by FEMA and the Iowa Emergency Management Agency. Iowa has been hit by flooding and tornadoes in recent weeks, prompting a presidential disaster declaration. FEMA photo by Greg Henshall
  • Waterloo, Iowa,  June 4, 2004  --  State and FEMA officials held a joint press conference to remind residents who suffered losses from the May 25 tornado and other recent storms to register for assistance.  Susann Cowie, FEMA Operations Section Chief and Bill Vogel FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer, were joined by Pat Hall, Iowa Emergency Services Coordinating Officer, and SBA Communications Specialist Bill Koontz.  FEMA photo by Greg Henshall

    Press Conference in Iowa

    Photo by Greg Henshall
    Waterloo, Iowa, June 4, 2004 -- State and FEMA officials held a joint press conference to remind residents who suffered losses from the May 25 tornado and other recent storms to register for assistance. Susann Cowie, FEMA Operations Section Chief and Bill Vogel FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer, were joined by Pat Hall, Iowa Emergency Services Coordinating Officer, and SBA Communications Specialist Bill Koontz. FEMA photo by Greg Henshall
  • Iowa City, Iowa, June 8, 2008 -- Volunteers came from all over to help residents of Normandy Drive fill and position sandbags to protect their homes from the rising Iowa River.  More rain is in the forecast.  Photo by Greg Henshall / FEMA

    Volunteers working with sand bags in Iowa

    Photo by Greg Henshall
    Iowa City, Iowa, June 8, 2008 -- Volunteers came from all over to help residents of Normandy Drive fill and position sandbags to protect their homes from the rising Iowa River. More rain is in the forecast. Photo by Greg Henshall / FEMA
  • Iowa City, Iowa,  June 8, 2008 -- Storm drains on Normandy Drive which normally carry rainwater into the adjacent Iowa River are instead flooding the neighborhood due to recent heavy rains. Volunteer crews circled the drains with sandbags to try and hold back the water.  Four counties in Iowa are presently declared disaster areas.  Photo by Greg Henshall / FEMA

    Flooded neighborhood in Iowa

    Photo by Greg Henshall
    Iowa City, Iowa, June 8, 2008 -- Storm drains on Normandy Drive which normally carry rainwater into the adjacent Iowa River are instead flooding the neighborhood due to recent heavy rains. Volunteer crews circled the drains with sandbags to try and hold back the water. Four counties in Iowa are presently declared disaster areas. Photo by Greg Henshall / FEMA
  • Iowa City, Iowa,  June 8, 2008 -- Volunteers filled sandbags for placement around homes on Normandy Drive, which was flooded by the adjacent Iowa River. Several Iowa counties have been declared disaster areas due to recent thunderstorms and tornadoes.  Photo by Greg Henshall / FEMA

    Volunteers fill sand bags in Iowa

    Photo by Greg Henshall
    Iowa City, Iowa, June 8, 2008 -- Volunteers filled sandbags for placement around homes on Normandy Drive, which was flooded by the adjacent Iowa River. Several Iowa counties have been declared disaster areas due to recent thunderstorms and tornadoes. Photo by Greg Henshall / FEMA
  • New Hartford, Iowa,  June 9, 2008 --  Heavy rains flooded this small town of 698 last night.  The fire chief's high-suspension jeep is being used to shuttle residents to their homes so they can check damage and rescue their pets.  Photo by Greg Henshall / FEMA

    Jeep driving through floodwater in Iowa

    Photo by Greg Henshall
    New Hartford, Iowa, June 9, 2008 -- Heavy rains flooded this small town of 698 last night. The fire chief's high-suspension jeep is being used to shuttle residents to their homes so they can check damage and rescue their pets. Photo by Greg Henshall / FEMA