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Collection of Graphics, Images, and Documents pertaining to Hurricane Maria.
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September 18, 2017
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  • <p>Daily preparation brief for Hurricane Maria.</p>

    FEMA Media Update - MARIA - Mon 18 SEP 2017 - McKellips

    Audio by Paul Luke

    Daily preparation brief for Hurricane Maria.

  • <p>Hurricane Maria Update Image</p>

    Maria update

    Photo by Kaylyn Beck

    Hurricane Maria Update Image

  • <p>Hurac&aacute;n Maria</p>

    Huracán Maria Graphico

    Photo by Kaylyn Beck

    Huracán Maria

  • <p>San Juan, PR, September 19, 2017 - Ernesto Morales, Warning Coordination Meteorologist at National Weather Service (right), addresses FEMA staff, the National IMAT Team East-2 and other federal partners about Hurricane Mar&iacute;a, its trajectory and how it could affect Puerto Rico. Yuisa Rios/FEMA</p>

    National IMAT Team and FEMA staff meeting with NWS Meteorologist

    Photo by Yuisa Rios

    San Juan, PR, September 19, 2017 - Ernesto Morales, Warning Coordination Meteorologist at National Weather Service (right), addresses FEMA staff, the National IMAT Team East-2 and other federal partners about Hurricane María, its trajectory and how it could affect Puerto Rico. Yuisa Rios/FEMA

  • <p>FEMA Media Update for Tuesday 19 September 2017</p>

    Media Update Tuesday 19 SEP 2017.mp3

    Audio by Paul McKellips

    FEMA Media Update for Tuesday 19 September 2017

  • <p>Carolina, PR, September 19, 2017 - Long lines of cars can be seen waiting to&nbsp;buy gas as Hurricane Maria approaches Puerto Rico. Hurricane Maria is expected to make landfall as a category 5 hurricane in the Saffir&ndash;Simpson scale. Yuisa Rios/FEMA</p>

    Waiting to buy gas

    Photo by Yuisa Rios

    Carolina, PR, September 19, 2017 - Long lines of cars can be seen waiting to buy gas as Hurricane Maria approaches Puerto Rico. Hurricane Maria is expected to make landfall as a category 5 hurricane in the Saffir–Simpson scale. Yuisa Rios/FEMA

  • <p>Carolina, PR, September 19, 2017 - Local fast food restaurant prepares for Hurricane Maria, while still providing service to the public, hence the word &ldquo;open&rdquo; written in the boards that protect the windows. Hurricane Maria is expected to make landfall as a category 5 hurricane, in the Saffir&ndash;Simpson scale. Yuisa Rios/FEMA</p>

    Ready for Maria

    Photo by Yuisa Rios

    Carolina, PR, September 19, 2017 - Local fast food restaurant prepares for Hurricane Maria, while still providing service to the public, hence the word “open” written in the boards that protect the windows. Hurricane Maria is expected to make landfall as a category 5 hurricane, in the Saffir–Simpson scale. Yuisa Rios/FEMA

  • <p>San Juan, PR, September 19, 2017 - Screens at gas station pumps show the&nbsp;National Weather Service map with Hurricane Maria&#39;s trajectory. The category 5 hurricane is making its way towards Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Yuisa Rios/FEMA</p>

    Keeping the public informed

    Photo by Yuisa Rios

    San Juan, PR, September 19, 2017 - Screens at gas station pumps show the National Weather Service map with Hurricane Maria's trajectory. The category 5 hurricane is making its way towards Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Yuisa Rios/FEMA

  • <p>A look at FEMA&#39;s interagency response to Hurricane Maria from inside the National Response Coordination Center at FEMA Headquarters in Washington, DC</p>

    FEMA NRCC Interagency Maria

    Video by Paul McKellips

    A look at FEMA's interagency response to Hurricane Maria from inside the National Response Coordination Center at FEMA Headquarters in Washington, DC

  • <p>A graphic depicting maritime and air logistical support for Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. All figures as of September 22, 2017, 12 pm EDT.</p>

    Logistics Update for Hurricane Maria

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    A graphic depicting maritime and air logistical support for Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. All figures as of September 22, 2017, 12 pm EDT.

  • <p>Lo&iacute;za, PR, September 21, 2017 - Members of the community of Mi&ntilde;i Mi&ntilde;i use diggers to help get their neighbors&nbsp;out of flooded areas. Lo&iacute;za is a coastal municipality that got severely affected by Hurricane Maria. Yuisa Rios/FEMA</p>

    Diggers to rescue survivors

    Photo by Yuisa Rios

    Loíza, PR, September 21, 2017 - Members of the community of Miñi Miñi use diggers to help get their neighbors out of flooded areas. Loíza is a coastal municipality that got severely affected by Hurricane Maria. Yuisa Rios/FEMA

  • <p>Lo&iacute;za, PR, September 21, 2017 - Diggers and small boats are being used&nbsp;to help people trapped in their houses due to the flooding, caused by&nbsp;Hurricane Maria.&nbsp; Lo&iacute;za is a coastal municipality that got severely affected by the category 4&nbsp;hurricane. Yuisa Rios/FEMA</p>

    Neighbors rescue survivors in Loíza

    Photo by Yuisa Rios

    Loíza, PR, September 21, 2017 - Diggers and small boats are being used to help people trapped in their houses due to the flooding, caused by Hurricane Maria.  Loíza is a coastal municipality that got severely affected by the category 4 hurricane. Yuisa Rios/FEMA

  • <p>Lo&iacute;za, PR, September 21, 2017 - People in the community of Mi&ntilde;i Mi&ntilde;i wait for the water to reced. The municipality of Lo&iacute;za, as well as the rest of Puerto Rico&nbsp;was severely affected by category 4&nbsp;Hurricane Maria. Yuisa Rios/FEMA</p>

    Waiting for the water to reced

    Photo by Yuisa Rios

    Loíza, PR, September 21, 2017 - People in the community of Miñi Miñi wait for the water to reced. The municipality of Loíza, as well as the rest of Puerto Rico was severely affected by category 4 Hurricane Maria. Yuisa Rios/FEMA

  • <p>Lo&iacute;za, PR, September 21, 2017 - This home in Lo&iacute;za was destroyed by the strong winds brought by Hurricane Maria.&nbsp; The category 4 hurricane tore through Puerto Rico on September 20, 2017.&nbsp; Yuisa Rios/FEMA</p>

    Home destroyed

    Photo by Yuisa Rios

    Loíza, PR, September 21, 2017 - This home in Loíza was destroyed by the strong winds brought by Hurricane Maria.  The category 4 hurricane tore through Puerto Rico on September 20, 2017.  Yuisa Rios/FEMA

  • <p>Lo&iacute;za, PR, September 21, 2017 - The community of Mi&ntilde;i Mi&ntilde;i flooded after the Carraizo Dam released water, due to the&nbsp; overflow&nbsp;brought by Hurricane Maria.&nbsp; The category 4 hurricane tore through Puerto Rico on September 20, 2017.&nbsp; Yuisa Rios/FEMA</p>

    Community flooded

    Photo by Yuisa Rios

    Loíza, PR, September 21, 2017 - The community of Miñi Miñi flooded after the Carraizo Dam released water, due to the  overflow brought by Hurricane Maria.  The category 4 hurricane tore through Puerto Rico on September 20, 2017.  Yuisa Rios/FEMA

  • <p>Lo&iacute;za, PR, September 21, 2017 - Members of the community of Mi&ntilde;i Mi&ntilde;i use diggers to help get their neighbors out of flooded areas. Lo&iacute;za is a coastal municipality that got severely affected by Hurricane Maria. Yuisa Rios/FEMA</p>

    Rescue in Loíza

    Photo by Yuisa Rios

    Loíza, PR, September 21, 2017 - Members of the community of Miñi Miñi use diggers to help get their neighbors out of flooded areas. Loíza is a coastal municipality that got severely affected by Hurricane Maria. Yuisa Rios/FEMA

  • <p>Lo&iacute;za, PR, September 21, 2017 - Members of the community of Mi&ntilde;i Mi&ntilde;i use diggers to help get their neighbors out of flooded areas. Lo&iacute;za is a coastal municipality that got severely affected by Hurricane Maria. Yuisa Rios/FEMA</p>

    Rescue in Loíza

    Photo by Yuisa Rios

    Loíza, PR, September 21, 2017 - Members of the community of Miñi Miñi use diggers to help get their neighbors out of flooded areas. Loíza is a coastal municipality that got severely affected by Hurricane Maria. Yuisa Rios/FEMA

  • <p>A graphic depicting maritime and air logistical support for Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. All figures as of September 23, 2017,&nbsp;5 pm EDT.</p>

    Logistics Update for Hurricane Maria

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    A graphic depicting maritime and air logistical support for Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. All figures as of September 23, 2017, 5 pm EDT.

  • <p>San Juan, PR, September 24, 2017 - National Guard members are getting ready to deliver FEMA&#39;s emergency food and water to survivors. FEMA and the National Guard work together to provide life sustaining resources in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. Yuisa Rios/FEMA</p>

    Delivering food and water

    Photo by Yuisa Rios

    San Juan, PR, September 24, 2017 - National Guard members are getting ready to deliver FEMA's emergency food and water to survivors. FEMA and the National Guard work together to provide life sustaining resources in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. Yuisa Rios/FEMA

  • <p>San Juan, PR, September 24, 2017 - National Guard members getting ready to distribute&nbsp;FEMA&#39;s emergency food and water to families in Barrio Obrero. FEMA and the National Guard work together to provide life sustaining resources in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. Yuisa Rios/FEMA</p>

    Food and water distribution

    Photo by Yuisa Rios

    San Juan, PR, September 24, 2017 - National Guard members getting ready to distribute FEMA's emergency food and water to families in Barrio Obrero. FEMA and the National Guard work together to provide life sustaining resources in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. Yuisa Rios/FEMA