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Our story of supporting citizens & first responders before, during, and after emergencies. For emergencies, call your local fire/EMS/police or 9-1-1.
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Craig Fugate 19h
Join Lead the Nat'l Fire Academy or run our analytics shop
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Preserving the historic integrity of the Crescent City—the story of the William Frantz building
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FEMA Aug 30
“It took a lot of work to make this a reality” – the story of New Orleans schools after Hurricane Katrina
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FEMA Aug 30
We continue to watch Hurricane churn in the Pacific - here's the latest.update from
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FEMA Aug 30
How one Louisiana Fire Department came back stronger and better equipped after Hurricane Katrina
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FEMA Aug 29
"We cannot fight this fight alone" - how government & private sector worked together after Hurricane Katrina
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FEMA Aug 29
Get the app for tools & tips to keep you safe before, during, & after a hurricane
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FEMA Aug 29
While dissipates, we continue to watch Hurricane in the Pacific - follow for updates
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NHC Atlantic Ops Aug 29
Erika has dissipated as a tropical cyclone. NHC will issue a Special Advisory shortly. Tropical storm watches/warnings being discontinued.
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FEMA Aug 28
Happening now: Facebook Q&A in Spanish with about Tropical Storm . Join us at
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FEMA Aug 28
If you know any Spanish-speakers in 's path, encourage them to join a Facebook Q&A tonight w/
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FEMA Aug 28
We're featuring Hurricane Katrina recovery stories at , along with photos, videos, & facts
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femaregion4 Aug 28
Don't wait to get ready for Tropical Storm -check supplies, make a plan & listen to your state/local officials
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FEMA Aug 28
The story of reopening public venues in New Orleans’ Louis Armstrong park
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FEMA Aug 28
“This building represents what was beautiful and best of New Orleans schools before the storm”
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Rafael Lemaitre Aug 27
Today, plans for the types of catastrophic disasters that can occur, instead of the types we think we can handle.
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FEMA Aug 27
We're watching Hurricane in the Pacific - follow for updates, or check
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FEMA Aug 27
If Tropical Storm is headed your way, now's a good time to prepare. Tips at
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FEMA Aug 27
“Hurricane Katrina changed the way not only FEMA but the nation prepares for and responds to large scale events”
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FEMA Aug 27
A look at how has improved storm forecasting since the devastating hurricane season of 2005
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