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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>FOR INTERNAL USE ONLY - CONTACT TRIBAL liaison for approval: elisa.roper@fema.dhs.gov. Photo by J.T. Blatty / FEMA in Immokalee, Florida on Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017</p>

    STOF DRC on Immokalee Reservation

    Photo by J.T. Blatty

    FOR INTERNAL USE ONLY - CONTACT TRIBAL liaison for approval: elisa.roper@fema.dhs.gov. Photo by J.T. Blatty / FEMA in Immokalee, Florida on Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017

  • <p>FOR INTERNAL USE ONLY - CONTACT TRIBAL liaison for approval: elisa.roper@fema.dhs.gov. Photo by J.T. Blatty/ FEMA on Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017 in Immokalee, Florida</p>

    STOF DRC on Immokalee Reservation

    Photo by J.T. Blatty

    FOR INTERNAL USE ONLY - CONTACT TRIBAL liaison for approval: elisa.roper@fema.dhs.gov. Photo by J.T. Blatty/ FEMA on Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017 in Immokalee, Florida

  • <p>Coordinated by the Vineyard Community Church in Big Pine Key, Florida, volunteers from Point University of West Point, Georgia help clear debris from the mangroves surrounding survivors&rsquo; homes.</p>

    Volunteers Help In Big Ping Key B-ROLL

    Video by Howard Greenblatt

    Coordinated by the Vineyard Community Church in Big Pine Key, Florida, volunteers from Point University of West Point, Georgia help clear debris from the mangroves surrounding survivors’ homes.

  • <p>Marathon, Florida mobile home park was so badly damaged that the entire park has been condemned and scheduled for demolition. B-roll showcases destroyed dock, interior and exteriors of destroyed mobile homes.</p>

    Mobile Home Park Condemned (b-roll)

    Video by Christopher Ragazzo

    Marathon, Florida mobile home park was so badly damaged that the entire park has been condemned and scheduled for demolition. B-roll showcases destroyed dock, interior and exteriors of destroyed mobile homes.

  • <p>Flagler Beach, FL, November 29, 2017 -- Blue tarps are visible all over the Florida coast. Hurricane Irma came through over two months ago.. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA NewsPhoto</p>

    Blue Tarp on Home to Protect Against Rain in Flagler Beach, Florida

    Photo by Liz Roll

    Flagler Beach, FL, November 29, 2017 -- Blue tarps are visible all over the Florida coast. Hurricane Irma came through over two months ago.. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA NewsPhoto

  • <p>B-roll footage shot in the days following Hurricane Irma. Primarily damage of buidlings and property.</p>

    B-Roll (Florida Keys Hurricane Irma) Damage

    Video by Christopher Ragazzo

    B-roll footage shot in the days following Hurricane Irma. Primarily damage of buidlings and property.

  • <p>One of the unique challenges living in the Florida Keys is the series of islands connected by one major road (US HWY 1) and multiple bridges that if compromised by storm, could halt access to these communities, preventing delivery of supplies and emergency services to the residents and businesses in times of disaster.</p>

    Preparedness Paramount in the Florida Keys

    Photo by Robert Kaufmann

    One of the unique challenges living in the Florida Keys is the series of islands connected by one major road (US HWY 1) and multiple bridges that if compromised by storm, could halt access to these communities, preventing delivery of supplies and emergency services to the residents and businesses in times of disaster.

  • <p>This three-story&nbsp;condominium has collapsed&nbsp;as a result of&nbsp;the&nbsp;power of Hurricane Irma in Islamorada, Florida, and awaits demolition and removal. Housing continues to be an issue in the Florida Keys in their recovery efforts.</p>

    Three-Story Condominium Collapsed From Hurricane Irma

    Photo by Robert Kaufmann

    This three-story condominium has collapsed as a result of the power of Hurricane Irma in Islamorada, Florida, and awaits demolition and removal. Housing continues to be an issue in the Florida Keys in their recovery efforts.