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Historic Disasters - Hurricane Harvey

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US&R Rescue Family

Members of FEMA's Urban Search and Rescue Nebraska Task Force One (NE-TF1) rescue a family from a neighborhood impacted by flooding from Hurricane Harvey

DHS Acting Secretary Elaine Duke hands out water to survivors

DHS Acting Secretary Elaine Duke

DHS Acting Secretary Elaine Duke hands out water to survivors. Photo by Marty Bahamonde - Location: Rockport, TX

Disaster survivors Mellisa Velez (right) and David Walker (center right) meet with Jose Vidal (left), Disaster Survivor Crew Lead, at a Mobile Communications Operations Vehicle (MCOV) in Rockport, Texas.

Disaster Survivors Receive Assistance from FEMA in Rockport, Texas

Rockport, Texas, - Disaster survivors Mellisa Velez (right) and David Walker (center right) meet with Jose Vidal (left), Disaster Survivor Crew Lead, at a Mobile Communications Operations Vehicle (MCOV) in Rockport, Texas on the Gulf of Mexico near Corpus Christi. FEMA deploys MCOVs to support the response work of Disaster Survivor Assistance (DSA) teams in the field. Photo by Christopher Mardorf / FEMA.

A Team Rubicon volunteer dumps a wheelbarrow full of debris on a debris pile in front of a home

Team Rubicon Help Hurricane Harvey Survivors

Friendswood TX - Team Rubicon volunteer from Australia dumps a wheelbarrow full of debris on a debris pile in front of a home. Team Rubicon is an American non-government organization (NGO) bringing the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy emergency response teams. (Photo by Steve Zumwalt/FEMA)

Man in a light blue vest with FEMA imprinted in the back faces the crowd of survivors waiting for help

Disaster Recovery Center in Houston

Houston TX -Paul Chaney is part of the FEMA Surge Capacity Force working at a Disaster Recovery Center in Houston. During a declared disaster, FEMA deploys designated personnel from select DHS components, and other federal agencies, to the response. These volunteers leave their regular Federal agency jobs to deploy for up to 45 days to a disaster location (Photo by Steve Zumwalt/FEMA)

FEMA International Affairs and Region 6 RRCC are coordinating donations from Canada

Harvey - FEMA International Affairs and Region 6 RRCC are coordinating donations from Canada.

FEMA International Affairs and Region 6 RRCC are coordinating donations from Canada. The nation is flying a C130 from Ontario to Kelly Air Force Base in San Antonio on Sunday. Canada is donating baby products, including diapers, formula, and other items. The Salvation Army will accept the donations and the items are slated to be given to Harvey survivors.

Bryan Shaw with the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality (TCEQ) speaks with the media

Media Interviews a Texas Commission of Environmental Quality (TCEQ) Representative

Houston, TX - Bryan Shaw with the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality (TCEQ) speaks with the media

 Hurricane Harvey survivor listens to FEMA Corps Eagle 8 team

FEMA Corps Teams Reach Out to Hurricane Harvey Survivors in Robstown, Texas

Hurricane Harvey survivor listens to FEMA Corps Eagle 8 team in a rural part of Robstown, Texas in Nueces County where FEMA Corps is “pounding the ground” daily to reach out to Hurricane Harvey survivors. FEMA partners with federal agencies, the state, local communities, counties, voluntary organizations active in disaster (VOAD) and tribal entities in providing assistance to disaster survivors. Photo by Christopher Mardorf / FEMA.