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30 Aug 2020
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15 Sep 2018
Former FEMA Administrator Michael Brown discusses the lessons learned from Hurricane Katrina and how they can be applied to help avert disaster in the wake of Hurricane Florence.
31 Aug 2017
FEMA Director Brock Long says "we have over 230 shelters operating in Texas with over 30,000 people" with some 195,000 people have registered with the U.S. government for Harvey-related financial assistance.

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