Escambia County EMA Responds To Irma Flooding In Clay County

September 13, 2017

The Northwest Florida All Hazards Incident Management Team from Escambia County Emergency Management and Santa Rosa County Emergency Management responded to flooding in Clay County, just southeast of Jacksonville.  They were joined by other agencies, including Mississippi Task Force 1 with the Department of Homeland Security, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, to assist local Clay County Officials. Pictured is “Thor”, Escambia County Emergency Management’s mobile command center deployed for Hurricane Irma recovery. Courtesy photos for, click to enlarge.


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