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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT RESPONSE ANALYSIS PRESENTATION Marcus Singleton CJA/375 9/28/2020 Reginald Anthony
INTRODUCTION Hurricane Katrina was one of the most deadliest storms to hit the Gulf of Mexico. It killed over 1800 people and was the most costly hurricanes in U.S. history. This storm not only produced high winds and rain but impacted cities with flooding, the hardest hit was New Orleans.
SECONDARY RESPONDERS EPA FEMA US Coast Guard Red Cross
EPA AND FEMA EPA The responsibility of the Environmental Protection Agency was when Katrina hit the coast was to clean up the coastal disaster. There were many oil rigs off the coast of Louisiana and the storm was so massive, they worked on cleaning up the oil spill that threaten wild life. FEMA The Federal Emergency Management Agency had the responsibility of people that were misplaced and homeless during the time of Katrina. They moved trailers to Louisiana to house people. They were also giving food and water to people that did not have any.
US COAST GUARD AND RED CROSS US Coast Guard The US Coast Guard were on the scene of Katrina at the beginning. Their primary responsibility was to rescue people from their home. Since the levees had broke and their was substantial flooding they were need for rescue operations. Red Cross The Red Cross mobilized to aid the victims of Hurricane Katrina and provided food and water for the victims. The were also providing medical assistance to the victims by having medical supplies and the volunteers of doctors and nurses to help the victims.

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