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Collection: Hurricane Irma

Photos, Graphics and B-Roll of FEMA and federal partners activities in advance of and response to Hurricane Irma
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September 5, 2017
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  • <p>Hurricane Irma Property Damage (Florida Keys) various shots of destruction in the days following Hurricane Irma.</p>

    Hurricane Irma Property Damage (Florida Keys)

    Video by Christopher Ragazzo

    Hurricane Irma Property Damage (Florida Keys) various shots of destruction in the days following Hurricane Irma.

  • <p>(b-roll) USAR Search &amp; Rescue (Door to Door) Hours after Hurricane Irma, Sept. 7th, 2017</p>

    (b-roll) USAR Search & Rescue (Door to Door) Hours after Hurricane Irma, Sept.7th, 2017

    Video by Christopher Ragazzo

    (b-roll) USAR Search & Rescue (Door to Door) Hours after Hurricane Irma, Sept. 7th, 2017

  • <p>Not for publication: Raw B-Roll of boat displaced by Hurricane Irma being lifted by a crane during recovery operations in Big Pine Key, Florida. Video taken 2 October, 2017. Video by J.T. Blatty / FEMA</p>

    Raw B-Roll: Displaced boat recovery by crane

    Video by J.T. Blatty

    Not for publication: Raw B-Roll of boat displaced by Hurricane Irma being lifted by a crane during recovery operations in Big Pine Key, Florida. Video taken 2 October, 2017. Video by J.T. Blatty / FEMA

  • <p>Home Depot invited FEMA to participate in their Children&#39;s Workshop in Naples, Florida. As the children did a craft with their parents, FEMA made a presentation on building a survivor kit in case of emergency and handed out information.</p>

    FEMA Supporting Home Depot Children's Workshop

    Photo by Robert Kaufmann

    Home Depot invited FEMA to participate in their Children's Workshop in Naples, Florida. As the children did a craft with their parents, FEMA made a presentation on building a survivor kit in case of emergency and handed out information.

  • <p>NOT FOR PUBLICATION. B-Roll: Debris collection point operations in Big Pine Key, Florida, and debris removal along a County Road in North Key Largo, Florida in response to Hurricane Irma. Natural sounds only. Taken on October 1 and October 3, 2017.</p>

    Raw B-Roll: Debris sorting and collection in Florida Keys

    Video by J.T. Blatty

    NOT FOR PUBLICATION. B-Roll: Debris collection point operations in Big Pine Key, Florida, and debris removal along a County Road in North Key Largo, Florida in response to Hurricane Irma. Natural sounds only. Taken on October 1 and October 3, 2017.

  • <p>NOT FOR PUBLICATION. B-Roll of &quot;Operation Blue Roof&quot; (FEMA / Corps of Engineers program) installation on a hurricane damaged roof in Cudjoe Key, Florida on October 3, 2017.</p>

    Raw B-Roll: Operation Blue Roof installation

    Video by J.T. Blatty

    NOT FOR PUBLICATION. B-Roll of "Operation Blue Roof" (FEMA / Corps of Engineers program) installation on a hurricane damaged roof in Cudjoe Key, Florida on October 3, 2017.

  • <p>USAR Task Force 1 (Colorado) Daily Briefing in Field, Florida Keys in the days following Hurricane Irma.</p>

    USAR Task Force 1 (Colorado) Daily Briefing in Field, Florida Keys

    Photo by Christopher Ragazzo

    USAR Task Force 1 (Colorado) Daily Briefing in Field, Florida Keys in the days following Hurricane Irma.

  • <p>FEMA USAR Task Force 1 (Colorado)&nbsp;Unit Members are tasked with clearing assigned sectors, block by block, door by door for anyone in need of assistance,&nbsp;or for anyone who may have perished in Hurricane Irma. The unit travels thousands of miles by convoy, carrying all necessary equipment to accomplish the task at hand.</p>

    FEMA USAR Task Force 1 (Colorado) Unit Members are Tasked with Clearing Assigned Sectors

    Photo by Christopher Ragazzo

    FEMA USAR Task Force 1 (Colorado) Unit Members are tasked with clearing assigned sectors, block by block, door by door for anyone in need of assistance, or for anyone who may have perished in Hurricane Irma. The unit travels thousands of miles by convoy, carrying all necessary equipment to accomplish the task at hand.

  • <p>Inside Sunshine ACE Hardware in Bonita Springs, Florida, a FEMA mitigation public outreach team is providing information on recovery for Hurricane Irma survivors in the community as well as registering them with FEMA.</p>

    ACE Hardware Hosts FEMA Mitigation Outreach

    Photo by Robert Kaufmann

    Inside Sunshine ACE Hardware in Bonita Springs, Florida, a FEMA mitigation public outreach team is providing information on recovery for Hurricane Irma survivors in the community as well as registering them with FEMA.

  • <p>Signs on the roadside alerting the community of a FEMA Disaster Recovery Center in Englewood, Florida inside the Ann Dever Recreation Park.</p>

    Roadside Signs For Disaster Recovery Center

    Photo by Robert Kaufmann

    Signs on the roadside alerting the community of a FEMA Disaster Recovery Center in Englewood, Florida inside the Ann Dever Recreation Park.

  • <p>A Disaster Recovery Center opens in Englewood, Florida to provide registration assistance to Hurricane Irma survivors with FEMA.</p>

    Disaster Recovery Center in Englewood, Florida

    Photo by Robert Kaufmann

    A Disaster Recovery Center opens in Englewood, Florida to provide registration assistance to Hurricane Irma survivors with FEMA.

  • <p>The Small Business Association is one of FEMA&#39;s partners at the Disaster Recovery Center in Englewood, Florida. The center provides assistance to Hurricane Irma survivors in registering with FEMA and gathering important recovery information from multiple agencies.</p>

    Small Business Administration Ready to Assist Hurricane Irma Survivors in Englewood, Florida

    Photo by Robert Kaufmann

    The Small Business Association is one of FEMA's partners at the Disaster Recovery Center in Englewood, Florida. The center provides assistance to Hurricane Irma survivors in registering with FEMA and gathering important recovery information from multiple agencies.

  • <p>FEMA has representatives from their mitigation group to provide information to Hurricane Irma survivors at the Disaster Recovery Center in Englewood, Florida.</p>

    FEMA's Mitigation is One Component of Disaster Recovery Centers

    Photo by Robert Kaufmann

    FEMA has representatives from their mitigation group to provide information to Hurricane Irma survivors at the Disaster Recovery Center in Englewood, Florida.

  • <p>Disaster Recovery Center has opened in Moore Haven, Florida to provide assistance to the community affected by Hurricane Irma. Survivors can register with FEMA here as well as receive recovery information from several agencies.</p>

    Inside A Disaster Recovery Center

    Photo by Robert Kaufmann

    Disaster Recovery Center has opened in Moore Haven, Florida to provide assistance to the community affected by Hurricane Irma. Survivors can register with FEMA here as well as receive recovery information from several agencies.

  • <p>B-Roll video for publication: A private vessel, damaged, submerged and displaced by Hurricane Irma in Boot Key Harbor, is lifted from the water by a crane operated by salvage contractors. Response crews from the United States Coast Guard, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, and the Environmental Protection Agency are managing Florida vessel recovery operations in response to Hurricane Irma with a priority on vessels leaking fuel or hazardous materials. As to date, 829 vessels have been recovered, 589 of which have been recovered in Monroe County (the Florida Keys). Video by J.T. Blatty / FEMA on Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017 in Monroe Co</p>

    Florida unified response boat recovery

    Video by J.T. Blatty

    B-Roll video for publication: A private vessel, damaged, submerged and displaced by Hurricane Irma in Boot Key Harbor, is lifted from the water by a crane operated by salvage contractors. Response crews from the United States Coast Guard, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, and the Environmental Protection Agency are managing Florida vessel recovery operations in response to Hurricane Irma with a priority on vessels leaking fuel or hazardous materials. As to date, 829 vessels have been recovered, 589 of which have been recovered in Monroe County (the Florida Keys). Video by J.T. Blatty / FEMA on Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017 in Monroe Co

  • <p>(b-roll) Destroyed Gas Station, Post-Hurricane Irma. A&nbsp; demolished Shell gas station in the Florida Keys, the day after Hurricane Irma.</p>

    (b-roll) Destroyed Gas Station, Post-Hurricane Irma

    Video by Christopher Ragazzo

    (b-roll) Destroyed Gas Station, Post-Hurricane Irma. A  demolished Shell gas station in the Florida Keys, the day after Hurricane Irma.

  • <p>Chief Warrant Officer Russell Strathern (left) and Lieutenant Quincy Long, United States Coast Guard, discuss plans for vessel recovery operations in Marathon, Florida. Response crews from the Coast Guard, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, and the Environmental Protection Agency are managing Florida vessel recovery operations in response to Hurricane Irma with a priority on vessels leaking fuel or hazardous materials. As to date, 829 vessels have been recovered, 589 of which have been recovered in Monroe County (Florida Keys). Photo by J.T. Blatty / FEMA on Monday, Oct. 16, 2017</p>

    Displaced vessels recovered by Florida unified response

    Photo by J.T. Blatty

    Chief Warrant Officer Russell Strathern (left) and Lieutenant Quincy Long, United States Coast Guard, discuss plans for vessel recovery operations in Marathon, Florida. Response crews from the Coast Guard, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, and the Environmental Protection Agency are managing Florida vessel recovery operations in response to Hurricane Irma with a priority on vessels leaking fuel or hazardous materials. As to date, 829 vessels have been recovered, 589 of which have been recovered in Monroe County (Florida Keys). Photo by J.T. Blatty / FEMA on Monday, Oct. 16, 2017

  • <p>Contractors and EPA members place a boat recovered from the Florida Keys on a trailer in Marathon, Florida. Response crews from the United States Coast Guard, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, and the Environmental Protection Agency are managing Florida vessel recovery operations in response to Hurricane Irma with a priority on vessels leaking fuel or hazardous materials. Photo by J.T. Blatty / FEMA on Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017</p>

    Florida unified response recovers vessels displaced by Irma

    Photo by J.T. Blatty

    Contractors and EPA members place a boat recovered from the Florida Keys on a trailer in Marathon, Florida. Response crews from the United States Coast Guard, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, and the Environmental Protection Agency are managing Florida vessel recovery operations in response to Hurricane Irma with a priority on vessels leaking fuel or hazardous materials. Photo by J.T. Blatty / FEMA on Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017

  • <p>Contractors tie down a vessel that was recovered from the Florida Keys waters onto a trailer in Marathon, Florida. Response crews from the United States Coast Guard, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, and the Environmental Protection Agency are managing Florida vessel recovery operations in response to Hurricane Irma with a priority on vessels leaking fuel or hazardous materials. Photo by J.T. Blatty / FEMA on Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017</p>

    Florida unified response recovers vessels displaced by Irma

    Photo by J.T. Blatty

    Contractors tie down a vessel that was recovered from the Florida Keys waters onto a trailer in Marathon, Florida. Response crews from the United States Coast Guard, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, and the Environmental Protection Agency are managing Florida vessel recovery operations in response to Hurricane Irma with a priority on vessels leaking fuel or hazardous materials. Photo by J.T. Blatty / FEMA on Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017

  • <p>FEMA at STOF on Immokalee Reservation. Photo by J.T. Blatty / FEMA in Immokalee, Florida on Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017</p>

    FEMA at STOF on Immokalee Reservation

    Photo by J.T. Blatty

    FEMA at STOF on Immokalee Reservation. Photo by J.T. Blatty / FEMA in Immokalee, Florida on Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017