News Alert: Situational Awareness Report 20 March 2016 As of 4:30 p.m.
Posted: 3/21/2016 8:20:28 AM
Louisiana Business Emergency Operations Center

Situational Awareness Report

20 March 2016

As of 4:30 p.m.


State EOC Activation Level: Level III – 24 Hour Activation

WebEOC Incident: 16-006 Severe Weather — Statewide — March 8-11, 2016

State Declaration: 30 JBE 2016 State of Emergency – Severe Weather

Federal Declaration: FEMA – 4263-DR




Situation:  A strong upper level storm system brought showers and thunderstorms from west to east across most of the State last week. Heavy rainfall, flash flooding, river flooding and damaging winds were the main threats associated with this front.  Please stay tuned to your local National Weather Service for the latest information.


North Louisiana: A freeze warning will be in effect for parts of this region early Monday morning.


Southwest/Central Louisiana: Cool temperatures will remain through the weekend. Lows tonight will be in the 30s, except near the coast (40s). Shower and thunderstorm chances return to the forecast Thursday as an upper level storm system and associated Pacific cold front nears and moves through the region. At this time, the probability of severe thunderstorms is low.


Southeast Louisiana: Several rivers remain above flood stage. See the latest flood warnings and statements for more details. A small craft advisory is in effect through this evening. Patchy frost is possible Monday morning as overnight lows fall into the mid 30s.


***All updates to this report will be in red text***

*** Note: Public Assistance (PA): In an effort to expedite a request to include Categories C - G (permanent work) in the Major Declaration, GOHSEP has sent out information to local parish officials to conduct a Self - Damage Assessment of the damages eligible for Public Assistance Program.  The spreadsheet should be completed for all eligible applicants in the parish as accurately as possible in compiling all event related damages. GOHSEP is asking that the parishes conduct their own PDAs and submit to GOHSEP. FEMA/GOHSEP will assess the data each parish provides prior to scheduling the Joint PDA with the parish.  This effort expedites the process for those parishes that meet their parish threshold.  The quicker estimates are captured, the quicker we can request FEMA review for consideration of a permanent work PDA and, ultimately, being declared for permanent work under the Public Assistance Program. These self-assessments will be conducted prior to scheduling any joint FEMA/State PA PDAs.


State Actions as of 4:30 PM



·        GOHSEP Regional Coordinators are maintaining communications with affected parishes.

·        GOHSEP has received a State Declaration.

·        GOHSEP has received a Federal Declaration: FEMA – 4263-DR. The federal declaration has been amended to include a total of 26 parishes.


Louisiana National Guard

       LANG Personnel Duty Status:  1,143 Total (802 State Active Duty)

       Issued 1,708,500 sandbags.

       Provided 8 sandbag machines.

       Issued 196,568 bottles of water.

       Issued 700 of each, blankets and cots to Richland Parish.

       Issued 10,944 MREs.

       Issued 270 Tarps.

       Rescued 5,251 people, 680 pets and 16 livestock.


Department of Wildlife and Fisheries

·        3/8: 5 people rescued

·        3/9: 72 people rescued

·        3/10: 199 people rescued, 21 dogs rescued

·        3/11/16: 389 people, 51 dogs, 4 cats / 6 chickens / 4 goats

·        3/12/16: 114 people, 44 dogs, 2 cats, 1 hamster

·        3/13/16: 10 people, 5 dogs

·        3/14/16: 13 people, 5 dogs

·        3/15/16: 1 person, 5 dogs

·        3/16/16: 2 people

·        Total Rescued: 805 people / 131 dogs / 6 cats / 6 chickens / 4 goats / 1 hamster (Detailed reports of rescues can be found in WebEOC.)

·        LDWF is currently assisting 8 parishes with the enforcement of 12 waterway and lake closures/no wake zones and to provide security patrols in other impacted areas.  LDWF continues to provide assistance throughout the state in the impacted areas.  Agents remain on alert status to provide SAR if needed.   

·        LDWF assisted Red Cross Personnel in Hebert, LA Richland Parish, with transportation for personnel and supplies to individuals in flooded areas that sheltered in place.


Louisiana State Police

·        Troop D: DSNAP Security mission is planned and expected for Beauregard Parish on 03/21/16.  A Site Security Assessment has been completed for this parish.  DSNAP is also anticipated for Allen and Calcasieu Parishes, beginning on 03/29/16 – security plans will be completed as the sites are announced. 

·        Troop E: DSNAP Security missions are planned and expected for Natchitoches, Grant, Winn, LaSalle and Vernon Parishes on 03/21/16. Site Security Assessments have been completed for those parishes. 

·        Troop F: DSNAP Security missions are planned and expected for Richland, Morehouse, Ouachita, Caldwell, Madison, Union, and West Carroll Parishes on 03/21/16. Site Security Assessments have been completed for these parishes. 

·        Troop G: The threat level regarding the levee on Loggy Bayou has been reduced subsequent the ongoing repair efforts. Engineers will continue to monitor the developments and will disseminate their findings accordingly. No evacuations are required. DSNAP Security missions are planned and expected for Bossier, Claiborne, Webster, DeSoto, Caddo, and Bienville Parishes on 03/21/16. Site Security Assessments have been completed for these parishes. 

·        Troop L: DSNAP Security missions are planned and expected for St. Tammany, Tangipahoa, and Washington (2 sites) Parishes on 03/21/16. Site Security Assessments have been completed for those parishes.    

·        Working with public safety and media partners to ensure the public is kept informed through traditional and social media regarding weather conditions, safety and hazards.

·        No flights on this date.  Currently 1 mission pending in Rapides Parish.

·        LSP EOC at normal operations – Call Center was closed at 1000 hours on 03/18/16.

·        Standing by to assist LSP Troops and other state agencies as requested

·        Monitoring WebEOC for requests for LSP assets and updating the event SitRep accordingly

·        Coordinating with DCFS, LANG, and Troops for opening of DSNAP sites on Monday, 21 March.



·        DOTD crews are deployed throughout multiple affected areas, monitoring roadway conditions and conducting inspections of bridges and transportation infrastructure that has been flooded.

·        DOTD continues to monitor and compile a list of road closures and send to update

·        I-10 at Sabine River – I-10 Eastbound and westbound lanes were re-opened 3/18/2016.

·        I-10 at Pearl River – Waters continue to recede.

·        US 90 (south of Pearl River) remains open.

·        US 71 at Saline Bayou remains closed due to high water/flooding however, it could possibly be reopened tomorrow, 3/20/2016.

·        Our Districts continue to respond to WEBEOC mission tasks as required. Current ongoing tasking include, but are not limited to, major operations involving levee fortifications in Avoyelles Parish Briolette, La. (near Hwy 452) and transportation of flooding resource delivery to parishes in support of traffic safety and flood mitigation.

·        Bridge and Roadway maintenance crews are continuing repairs at multiple locations state-wide.

·        Bridge inspection crews are conducting inspections on structures that have been affected by flood waters.

·        DOTD Damage Assessment Teams are deployed to north Louisiana and will continue to deploy to other affected areas of the state as roadway water subsides.

·        DOTD Districts have made appropriate plans and taken required steps necessary to support scheduled DCFS DSNAP sites. 



·        Continuing 24 hour operations in Monroe, LA.

·        Continuing 12 hour operations at Red River near Natchitoches, LA.

·        Provided 3,000 linear feet of visqueen to Brouillette, LA in Avoyelles Parish.

·        Completed HESCO emplacement at low points on the levee at Bayou Mayna south of Jonesville, LA.

·        Continue providing technical assistance to RRABB, DOTD, and LANG emplacing super sacks at two low points of the levee at Brouillette, LA.

·        Continue 24 hour operations in Monroe, LA.

·        Continue 12 hour operations at Red River near Natchitoches, LA.

·        Continue assisting Tensas Levee Board at Bayou Mayna south of Jonesville, LA.

·        Continue 12 hour operations in the Red River backwater system.

·        Hydraulic and Geotechnical engineers continue assessing damage at each site monitored.  


Lt. Governor's Office

·        Closed Hodges Gardens and Lake Bistineau parks. We have partial closures of Fairview (roads),Chemin-a-haut(some cabins),Palmetto Island (trails), Darbonne (boat launches and piers), Jimmy Davis (launches, and some access), and Lake Claiborne (boat launches and piers)


Department of Corrections

·        Elayn Hunt Correctional Center (EHCC) filled 2500 sandbags and sent out 25 inmates and 4 correctional officers to Alligator Bayou in Iberville Parish on 3/12/16. The same crew is currently back at EHCC filling another 3000 sandbags and will return to Alligator Bayou.

·        Richland Parish Detention Center has requested evacuation and housing assistance in the event that their facility floods.

·        Continue to maintain 32 man trustee crew with 4 security officers working night shift at the Red Chute levee in Bossier City.

·        On stand-by to assist the LANG with sandbagging crews in Franklin Parish, this request for assistance does not need to be filled until approximately Tuesday per LANG & Franklin Parish.


Department of Health and Hospitals

·        DHH Bureau of Media and Communications (BMAC) has distributed a press release regarding the importance of vaccinations.

o   Evacuated residents should speak with their health care provider or their shelter’s medical staff regarding vaccinations

o   First responders should have up-to-date tetanus vaccinations.  OPH is currently working with local governments to provide these vaccinations for first responders.

·        ESF-8 will continue to work with Allen and Calcasieu Parishes regarding assistance with re-internment.

o   Allen Parish has found a local vault contractor and is negotiating a price to complete the work needed. They were also advised that the Parish should seek FEMA reimbursement through Public Assistance. To do this, they need to be included in the Federal Declaration and were referred to GOHSEP for this.

o   Calcasieu Parish indicated that the Niblett's Bluff operation has been completed. The Guard is transporting one of the refrigerated containers back to the owner. The other, containing the recovered caskets, will be transported back to the Coroner's Office.

o   16 cemeteries are currently being monitored.   

o   An ESF-8 SME contacted the Calcasieu Coroner's Officer to see if any additional assistance is needed. The Coroner's Office declined. Based on this, ESF 8 will assume a posture of monitoring the outcome as shared by Calcasieu Parish.

·        Mandatory status reporting into MSTAT by all hospitals and nursing homes continue in Region 8 and Region 6. The continuation of mandatory reporting will be reviewed by ESF 8 leadership on Monday, March 21.

·        Regional Response Networks are fully engaged with parishes and response agencies for situational awareness and coordination.

·        ESF-8 network conference calls continue at regular intervals, as appropriate.

·        No hospitals with reported power issues, limited ops, or ICU diversion.

·        No Nursing homes reported power issues or water issues.

·        ESF8 currently monitoring 3 hospitals (one is a facility within a facility) that are close to the Red River in Alexandria.  The facilities continue to monitor the situation and assess the risk of the forecasted river crest. 

·        24 Public Water Systems remain under flood-related boil advisories. 57 public water systems have been cleared from flood-related boil advisories.  

Department of Children and Family Services

·        DCFS is currently working to set up 25 DSNAP Sites in 23 Parishes. All sites will open at 0800 on Mon 21 March 2016.

·        DCFS is coordinating with State and Local Partners on DSNAP readiness.

·        DCFS will deploy 450 staff from regions not affected to affected regions for support.

·        Updated shelter report as of March 20 at noon:

o   Total sheltered population: 200

o   6 ARC shelters open (2 on Standby); Population: 165

o   2 parish shelter open (5 Standby only); Population: 35

o   Difference between ARC numbers and DCFS number for 1200 count is ARC did not report numbers for Rayville Civic Center.

·        25 DSNAP Sites in 23 Parishes scheduled to open Monday, March 21 at 8:00 a.m.

·        DCFS is currently working to ensure all sites are ready and staffed.


American Red Cross

·        Bulk Distribution and Feeding continued today.

·        Provided noon shelter numbers to DCFS.

·        DA continues to be conducted across the state.

·        Continue to support ARC DRO Operations and provide daily SITREPs.

·        Working with State and DRO to coordinate DMH staff at some of Region 7 DRCs.

·        Moved Cleco-Old Building Shelter residents to Kingsville Baptist Church in Rapides Parish.

·        Moreauville Community Center has been placed on “stand-by as a shelter for Avoyelles Parish.

·        Red Cross Service Totals Through March 19:

o   Shelters Opened to Date 29

o   Shelter Overnight Stays to Date 2,116

o   Meals Served to Date 21,597

o   Snacks Served to Date 53,267

o   Comfort Kits to Date 1,239

o   Clean-up Kits to Date 2,939

o   Bulk Cleaning Items to Date 24,472

o   Emergency Response Vehicles on the ground (ERVs) to Date 23

o   Health Services Consultations to Date 671

o   Mental Health Consultations to Date 335

o   Red Cross Workers to Date 594


Workforce Commission

·        Coordinating with mass feeding vendors and DCFS in support of DSNAP locations.


Department of Agriculture and Forestry

·        Red River Stockyard in Coushatta open for housing livestock. Livestock Brand Officers assisting cattlemen in the Monroe area.

·        LDAF receiving reports of abandoned pets from evacuations in Region 7 and 8. Advise citizens to report issues to local animal control or Sheriff Office. Livestock issues are handled by LDAF Livestock Brand Officers on request of Parish OEP.

·        Aerial recon for missing cattle complete in Grant Parish. Livestock operations to continue as donated hay supplies last.

·        Delivered 2 loads of hay (totaling 47 bales) to Mr. Chamberlain’s Red River location on 3/17/16 at 10:00am.

·        Delivered 2 loads of 26 bales each (52 bales total) to Anderson on 3/17/16 at 3:45pm.

·        One truck is being loaded this afternoon at the Peck Farm for delivery to Mr. Chamberlain’s Caddo Parish Farm tomorrow morning

·        Will need to have a second truck load tomorrow to fulfill Mr. Chamberlain’s request.


State Fire Marshal

·        66 flat boats ready from the states fire service along with 10 USAR SWR teams on standby.

·        USAR group for swift water rescue have been updated on the Pearl River situation and stand ready if needed.

·        ESF-4 Continues to monitor open shelters in Region 5,6, 7 & 8 Monitoring the Pearl River situation and stand ready to assist if needed.

·        Caldwell Parish Residents have been told to evacuate from the town of Hebert do to a breach in the levee.  As of last night the National Guard along with the Caldwell Parish Sheriff’s Office were evacuating families to emergency shelters that have been set up at Outreach Baptist Church in Mangham and also in a Community Center.  Area 4 dispatch a deputy to verify compliance at shelters.

·        ESF-4 USAR SWR Group are monitoring the Pearl River situation and stand ready to assist if needed.

·        ESF-4 Continues to monitor Region 5 & 9 with Liaison deputies monitoring shelters along with our local fire departments in the regions.  


Office of Technology Services

·        Potential interference issues have been identified with the uplink frequencies of the in-building AT&T LTE system at the State EOC. ESF2 will work with GOHSEP facilities staff to investigate possible solutions.

·        The Greensburg site in St. Helena Parish is back in wide area operation.

·        The Hagewood LWIN site in Natchitoches Parish has been returned to T-1 backhaul and the state “flyaway kit” satellite asset is being recovered.

·        Two components of the GOHSEP phone system have power supplies in alarm status. Component power supplies will be replaced at the technician's first available opportunity during night shift, or immediately by ESF2 staff in the event of a failure. 

·        The following sites are on mobile satellite backhaul: Sentell - Caddo Parish.

·        Mobile tower sites deployed: Caldwell Parish N32°08'50.5" W092°01'20.4"  


Public Service Commission

·        Outage report: Statewide outages are at 1,117 As of March 20 at 1:00 p.m.

·        Cleco Update: Avoyelles Parish customers along Thomson Lane, Hwy 454, and the Red River levee were disconnected.

·        Rapides Parish: Patrolling areas around Rigolette and Kolin for possible disconnects.


Department of Environmental Quality (HAZMAT)

·        Since 3/15 LDEQ has been notified of the following incidents:

·        4 gallon spill of crude oil and water in Lafourche Parish. Heavy rains and power outage caused tanks to overfill into secondary containment

·        A report of a possible oil spill in Claiborne Parish coming from an exposed pipe hit by a tree. After site visit it was determined there was no release.

·        Diesel spill in Tangipahoa Parish. Boom was deployed to clean up release.

·        Complaint about oil floating on private property with strong orders reported by the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff's Office. The complaint was unable to be verified once the area was accessible.

·        Oil condensate and saltwater release in Lincoln Parish. Flood waters caused tank to move and a valve was broken. The site is still inundated with flood waters. Tanks have been emptied of any remaining material and there is no recoverable material on site.


LA Board of Regents

·        Flood damages reported at:  Northwestern State University, Louisiana Tech University, LSU Ag Center Hammond Research Station (Tangipahoa Parish), and LSU Ag Center Lee Memorial Forest (Washington Parish)

·        Flood damaged universities include: Grambling State University, Southeastern University, Northwest LA Technical College, LA Delta Community College, Central LA Technical Community College, River Parishes Community College, and Northshore Technical Community College. University of Louisiana Monroe - flood damages to Water Ski Facility, Fant-Ewing Coliseum, Malone Stadium, and Heard Tennis Stadium.


Department of Culture, Recreation & Tourism

·        Parks Still Flooded/Closed: Fort Pike State Historic Site, Lake Bistineau State Park, Tickfaw State Park, Forts Randolph & Buhlow State Historic Site – closed through Sunday.

·        Overnight Facilities Closed: Chemin-A-Haut State Park: 8 cabins, Fairview-Riverside State Park: 7 campsites, Lake Bistineau State Park: 7 cabins, 2 group camps, 61 campsites, Tickfaw: 14 cabins, one group camp, 50 campsites

·        Parks Back in Partial Service: Bogue Chitto State Park: Closed: all trails, day use area, bottomland campground, Chemin-A-Haut State Park: Closed: all 8 deluxe cabins, Fairview-Riverside State Park: Closed: boardwalk and parts of premium campground.

·        Parks Back in Full Service: District 1: all parks except Bogue Chitto, Fort Pike SHS, and Tickfaw; District 2: all parks; District 3: all parks, except Chemin-A-Haut and Lake Bistineau; District 4: all parks.

·        Tickfaw State Park should be able to open on Thursday, March 24. The only areas currently under water are the River and Cut-Thru Trails, the Tent Campground, and RV campsites #25 and #27.

·        Fairview-Riverside State Park’s premium campsites #61-67 will remain closed through the weekend, due to excessive mud in the area.
Lake Bistineau State Park and the deluxe cabins at Chemin-A-Haut will be closed through at least May.


Salvation Army

·        SHREVEPORT CORPS: Two Canteens in service in the greater Shreveport area serving first responders, citizens and shelter residents and will remain in service on 3/9/16.They will not be in service on 3/20/16. They will return to service on 3/21/16, and assess the need for additional service at that time.

·        MONROE CORPS: Two Canteens in service in the greater Monroe area. Served in Morehouse, and Caldwell Parishes. Canteen service in Caldwell Parish will continue through Saturday and then end. Canteen service in Richland Parish will be provided on Saturday and, if needed, on Sunday. Canteen service in Morehouse Parish will be provided on Saturday. All Canteen services in the Monroe area will end by Sunday, 21 March 2016. Corps continues to hand out cleanup kits and food boxes. Leadership is continues assessing other areas surrounding Monroe for needed services.

·        LAKE CHARLES CORPS: Lakes Charles Corps has been stood down for the feeding operation that was originally planned to begin on 3/21/16.

·        BATON ROUGE CORPS: The Baton Rouge Corps provided snacks at GOHSEP.

·        Cleanup kits were distributed by the Corps. Sack lunches were brought to PDA workers. 


Louisiana VOAD

·        LAVOAD is continuing a presence in the EOC, vet requests through GOHSEP, handle volunteer and donations requests and inquiries; working with DHTF.

·        Continue to work WebEOC requests for Union for donations and respond to request from Vernon.

·        Assist with request through EMDAC.

·        We will update services through an expanded report to be submitted at a later time.

·        LAVOAD is continuing to monitor WebEOC,  participating in coordination calls and fielding/directing requests from members, GOHSEP, FEMA and others Assisted EMDAC with special needs request.  Working with local VOADs on participation in MARCs/DRCs.



·        The LA BEOC located pallets for the sandbagging operation in Avoyelles Parish.  The pallets were donated by local retailers in Mansura, Louisiana.  The LA BEOC will send another request for assistance (donation) for moving boxes and tape for residents to use who were displaced by the flooding.  The LA BEOC coordinated the donation and shipment of a trailer load of water.  The water is in route from Virginia and will arrive at the Camp Minden staging area this weekend.  

·        The LA BEOC is attempting to locate moving boxes to support local request.  Contact has been made with International Paper and currently awaiting return information.  staff is looking for other companies that may support this request 

·        The LA BEOC has made initial contact with the Louisiana Hotel and Lodging Association to assist FEMA.    

·        Working with LA VOAD to locate warehouse space in the Shreveport area to support Adventist Community Services.  


Disaster Recovery (JFO)

·        Twenty-six parishes – Allen, Ascension, Beauregard, Bienville, Bossier, Caddo, Calcasieu, Caldwell, Claiborne, De Soto, Grant, La Salle, Livingston, Madison, Morehouse, Natchitoches, Ouachita, Richland, St. Tammany, Tangipahoa, Union, Vernon, Washington, Webster, West Carroll and Winn – have been designated under DR-4263-LA for Individual Assistance and Public Assistance (Categories A and B, including direct federal assistance). Assistance can include grants for temporary housing and home repairs, low-cost loans to cover uninsured and underinsured property losses, and other programs to help individuals and business owners recover from the effects of the disaster.

·        FEMA has started housing inspections. All FEMA inspectors have official IDs and residents should ask to see them. If you suspect fraud, call the FEMA Disaster Fraud Hotline at 866-720-5721.

·        All flood survivors are urged to check with their local permitting office before doing any repairs. Also, remember: federal assistance is available only for primary homes – not vacation homes.

·        Residents with flooding damages living in parishes not named in the federal disaster declaration can still register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). If a parish is added to the declaration, applications from that parish will be automatically processed.

·        FEMA has a National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) call center to support NFIP policyholders. Call 800-621-3362 and press 2 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Individuals who live in special flood hazard areas who received FEMA assistance in the past were required to maintain their flood insurance. Those who did not are by law ineligible to receive FEMA grants to repair and rebuild their property. However, even if you have not kept up your flood insurance, you should still contact FEMA as other assistance may be available. Examples of the type of possible assistance include: temporary rental and clean-up costs, clothes, household items and medical and dental expenses.

·        Individual Assistance (IA):

o   Joint FEMA/State IA PDA teams conducted assessments in Jackson and Franklin parish on 03/17/16.

o   A State IA PDA team conducted assessments in St. Helena Parish on 03/17/16.

o   IA Totals: Total registrations: 14,628; Registrations in designated parishes: 14,337 (26); Registrations in undesignated parishes: 291 (27); Total IHP Approved: $22,728; Housing Assistance: $20,366; Other Needs Assistance: $2,362; Inspections Issued: 12,169; Inspections Returned: 41; Inspectors in the field: 59

·        The following parishes have pending requested for Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC): Bienville, Caddo – Inspected on 3/16/16, De Soto –Inspected on 3/16/16, Grant – Inspected on 3/16/16, La Salle – Inspection scheduled for 3/19/16, Livingston – Inspection scheduled for 3/21/16, Morehouse, Ouachita – Inspected on 3/17/16, Richland – Inspected on 3/17/16, St. Tammany – Inspected on 3/17/16, Tangipahoa – Inspection scheduled for 3/19/16, Washington – Inspected on 3/17/16, Webster – Inspected on 3/16/16, Winn – Inspection scheduled for 3/18/16

·        DRCs have been opened in the following parishes: Bossier – Opening date is Saturday, March 19, 2016. Location is at the Bossier City Public Safety Complex, 5850 Shed Rd., Bossier City, LA 71111. Hours of operation will be 8:00AM to 6:00PM Monday thru Saturday and, Noon to 5:00PM on Sunday.

·        The State and FEMA continue to work with these local parishes to have building inspections preformed so those DRC sites can be open to the public as soon as possible.

·        Public Assistance (PA): In an effort to expedite a request to include Categories C - G (permanent work) in the Major Declaration, GOHSEP has sent out information to local parish officials to conduct a "desktop PDA".   Instead of FEMA/GOHSEP having to physically come out to each site within the parish to capturing damages/estimates, GOHSEP is asking that the Parish conducts their own PDAs and submit to GOHSEP.  This effort will allow parishes that meet their parish threshold to quickly get approval for a permanent work declaration.  The quicker estimates are captured, the quicker we can request FEMA review for consideration of a permanent work declaration. These "desktop" PA PDA's will be conducted prior to scheduling any joint FEMA/State PA PDAs.

·        Disaster Survivor Assistance: FEMA Disaster Survivor Assistance (DSA) crews continue to arrive. The teams answer questions about the types of help available, help survivors apply for state and federal assistance and update an applicant’s contact information. So far they have visited 718 homes and interacted with 1,272 survivors and registered 342 people. The teams registered survivors in the following location: Merryville City Hall Annex in Beauregard Parish. They are scheduled to register residents in Natchitoches at a location provided by the sheriff (726 Third Street). A request was made by the Vernon Parish sheriff to register at the parish library as many homes are still under water.


Parish Actions as of 4:30 PM



·        Per Regional Coordinator: Coordination efforts for FEMA –PA and Cat A&B outreach assistance for desktop assessment process.

·        115 structures have water ranging from 8 feet to 4 inches.

·        Damage assessments are being conducted across Parish as water recedes. Parish is still experiencing high water in the Oberlin and Kinder area  making several status changes for future damage assessment necessary when teams can get to the locations.

·        Allen Parish still working with DHH on cemetery and coffins incident though it is in the final stages of response.

·        Decided to request a DSNAP  Team for registration of people within the parish requesting food stamps, a DRC  will be set up at the Allen Parish Civic Center, Tiger Lane  Oberlin  after DSNAP has finished registration using same location. FEMA through the Parish is setting up  several locations for parish registration for IA. Oak-dale 19-20 Oberlin 21-22 Kinder 25-24 Grant Mittie 25-26 at the area fire station. Fire Chiefs are coordinating each separate location then moving to Allen Parish sheriff’s office for as long as it takes to get the process well documented.

·        It has been reported that the electrical company has disconnected at least 500 homes in and around the area  of flooding in which power is being reconnected as the water reseeds. Loss of food and relocation issues will be expected.  



·        Parish waterways are closed until further notice.

·        Two pump operations to relieve the water on Buxton Road/Buxton pump Station are ongoing.

·        24 hour flood control operations continue at Marvin Braud, Henderson Bayou, Sorrento pumping stations.

·        HESCO Baskets are being placed along the risk areas.

·        Currently, we have local resident shelter open and all major roadways are passable.

·        Requested JPDA/IA.



·        Brouillette levee operation:

o   The first 1,800 feet of the levee was completed on March 19 at 2:00 p.m. with 1,800 ft. of plastic sheeting, 354 super sacks, and over 8,000 small sand bags.

o   The second low section of the levee is 1,200 feet. The plastic sheeting and 334 Super sacks of sand were placed on March 19; it will completed on March 20 by 7:00 p.m.

o   On March 19 at 4:00 p.m., there was a small levee breach that would immediately affect over 15 homes. Plastic sheeting was placed, and small sand bags filled in the breach to stop the leaks and protect those families.  

·        Dirt was hauled on the levee in Vick 18 to 20” on top of existing levee to protect resident’s structures, livestock, & farm equipment.  

·        30- 35 residents that have evacuated. LANG is continuing with sand bag operations delivery & support.  ARC is on stand by for sheltering operations.

·        Residents advised to evacuate began at 9:30 a.m. on 03/18/2016 in the Brouillette community due to high crest of the Red River. Volunteer evacuation began on 03-18-2016 for Grand Lake,  Grassy Lake, WMA area in Bordelonville, Spring Bayou in Marksville, and Old River In Mansura.

·        There have been 112 electrical services that have disconnected because of high water or flooding.

·        Per Regional Coordinator: A team physically informed approx. 256 people of possible danger and urged them to take protective action. There are 5 roads currently closed due to high water. Marksville  Old River In Mansura  due to the Black River & Red River at record flood Stages. Request: NG personnel, inmate labor, equipment, super sacks and visquine.

·        PDA/PA desktop assistance is scheduled forWednesday, March 23 at 9:00 a.m.



·        Dumpsters placed at pre-approved sights for trash other than trees, etc. The dumpsters will be marked maintained daily and at night kept secured.

·        Having to have an electrical inspection performed before the power will be turned on by either Beauregard Electric or CLECO.

·        Baptist Men Association and other nonprofits have entered the area and have started work.

·        Approximately 340 structures with minor to major damage.

·        FEMA IA teams are in the area and will begin operations Monday 3-21-16 in the Merryville and N/W section of the parish and then south as water recedes.

·        DSNAP is scheduled to start Monday 3-21-16 in the parish and will used the location they have agreement with in the DeRidder area.

·        Still in phase of damage assessment and clean up and working details out with the Town of Merryville and the Police Jury P/W section.

·        Was advised of an oil leak on the river, but the water is still too high to enter the area and locate the leak. The State Police Haz-Mat troopers were advised and as soon as the water goes will enter the area to determine the source of the leak. Could more as the water goes down and wells can be looked at.

·        The parish is continuing with the recovery phase with FEMA IA team and other groups in the area conducting cleanup and repairs. FEMA has established an field office in Merryville and taking registrations as needed. A full IA team due next week.

·        The government agencies are preparing for the PDA visit and gathering  their expenses (receipts) together for the meeting next week on Public Assistance.

·        Conducted a town meeting in the Fields area on Saturday, March 19 about the flooding. LANG will provide security support at the American Legion DSNAP location on Highway 112.

·        No further meetings scheduled until the March 24 (PWs workshop) and March 25 (Recovery meeting).



·        Evacuated 40 people. Approximately 75 homes with flood damage; 15 homes with over 18 inches of water. Approximately 40 evacuated citizens.

·        PDA’s are ongoing and recovery operations are beginning. DSNAP operations will begin on Monday 3/31/16.

·        Per DSA Summary Report: Heavy debris in water on east side of Lake Bistineau.



·        Red Cross to go to the Haughton Community to assist in damage assessments and recovery operations.

·        Estimates for water in houses: Haughton Town: 50, East 80 Tall Timbers:30, South Bossier too wet to see them all: 200+.

·        Per Regional Coordinator: Forward Assistance Centers stood up on 3/17/16 (not full MARC but basic commodities sites in most troubled areas). Soft opening today of DRC was a success. DSNAP site has been identified and satisfactory; operations will begin on 3/21/16. Still battling high water areas on south side of Parish.

·        Parish has now established another Forward Assistance Center and IC post in the community of Koran to address needs for approximately 150 citizens.



·        Evacuated approximately 289 citizens.

·        City of Shreveport and Parish will create maps for PDA teams.

·        Salvation Army has multiple food donations available to support shelters and responders.  Call 424-3200 for any food needs.

·        Per Regional Coordinator: DRC and DSNAP sites have been identified, coordinated and inspected. DSNAP operations will begin 3/21/16. Forward Assistance Center was a success. FEMA DSAT on scene. FEMA will execute its own security contract for the DRC site. The parish is expected to sign the contract on Sunday, March 20.



·        Parish Sheriff department established two staging areas, one on Hwy 109 in Vinton & Hwy 12 in Starks. Also set up check points and criminal patrols.

·        At least approximately 705 homes have received flood damage.

·        One shelter operational/Pet shelter (KC Hall Vinton, LA): 16 evacuees, 4 pets

·        Mosquito Control preparing to spray early next week. Public Health started administering Tetanus shot to 1st Responders.

·        Coroner's Office:  5 cemeteries in the affected areas, over 100 caskets disinterred.

·        Per Regional Coordinator: Still in response mode but moving towards recovery. Conducting Recovery meetings. Coordination efforts for FEMA – DSNAP IA programs and teams, PA and Cat A&B outreach assistance for desktop assessment process.

·        Met with GOHSEP Officials and FEMA for preliminary evaluations of flooded areas.



·        Beginning recovery operations.

·        Sandbagging, Sheltering and FEMA applicants continuing through March 23, 2016.

·        D-Snap to open on Monday, March 21st in Caldwell Parish.

·        Salvation Army Canteen trailer is here to serve hot meals to all affected. Red Cross has sent 100 cleaning kits.

·        Damaged house count is up to 190.

·        FEMA moved in the Parish Community Center taking applications. Today the FEMA total is 190 applicants.  DRC requested for next week. 

·        Police Jury passed ordinance for a 10pm-6am curfew in the Hebert area and closed Long Lake.

·        The Police Jury Emergency meeting will be held March 22, 2016 at 10AM with the GOSHEP PA and Debris Contractors along with all parish entities.

·        Today the FEMA total is 190 applicants for the three days.  DRC requested today for next week. 

·        Per Regional Coordinator: Visited Parish with FEMA Group Supervisor, Met with DSA Team, checked with shelter, met with Director to discuss debris program. Coordinated GOHSEP IA regarding DRCs – should be in the que to open next week.



·        No water in homes reported as of now only camps. Homes in the area south of Harrisonburg, Sandy lake and Larto will start receiving water today.

·        Catahoula Parish continues to sandbag and build protective measures to prevent flood water from the Ouachita River. Continuing utilizing LANG to create elevation stages on Ouachita River for temporary levee building.

·        Town of Jonesville continues to pump waste water over levee drainage structure.

·        Tensas Basin Levee district has closed 26 drainage structures.

·        USACE placing Hesco baskets on Black River Levee slide south of Jonesville, La.

·        Voluntary evacuation in effect for residents in low lying areas of the Parish. Will have 3 high water vehicles from LANG on 3/20/16 to assist with evacuations if needed. Shelter options are available in combination with LaSalle parish.

·        30+ Parish roads are still closed.

·        Private levee had water blowing over top during storm. Only has about 1 ft. of free board left before over topping in Larto-Vick areas. 6 homes and 2 businesses could be affected, residents relocating to higher ground in case of levee tops.

·        PDA/PA desktop assistance is scheduled for Thursday, March 24 at 9:00 a.m.



·        Approximately 100 citizens have been evacuated. Approximately 27 homes with major damage, 28 homes and 12 businesses with minor damage.

·        Beginning Recovery Operations. DSNAP operations will begin on 3/21/16.

·        Per Regional Coordinator: Working towards recovery efforts, need to request DRC (reportedly done but can’t locate in WebEOC).



·        All lakes have been closed to traffic.

·        Water continues to rise, Black and Red Rivers are causing tributaries to back up. All Lakes are closed to recreational use.



·        Animal control has been advised and Pine Ridge Vet Clinic has volunteered space if needed also.

·        EOC has set up a hotline for damage reporting (318) 872-1939.

·        Evacuations of River Road and Garrett's Park in Logansport, have been lifted and residents are allowed to reenter these areas at their own discretion.

·        DSNAP operations will begin on 3/21/16.

·        Per Regional Coordinator: Working a "fact sheet" or something similar with Mike Steele to distribute to parishes to help identify the different roles/processes in a one-sheet.


East Baton Rouge

·        Public Works Department are monitoring sewer and water levels across the Parish. 

·        Parish is populating the database with impacted areas utilizing the 311 System, coordinated a medical pick up, and also coordinating with ARC to put shelters on standby.


East Carroll

·        3 damaged homes, many farm areas still filled with water, many parish roads still have water.

·        Road crew is out assisting with drainage issues.



·        Sheriff McCain met with Col. Wadell this morning and it was determined that the barricades on Hwy 492 still need to be staffed during night time hours by LANG personnel (4 soldiers & 2 vehicles). The other sites may be dissolved

·        GPSO has placed three deputies on 24 hour patrol in the Georgetown in response to looting.

·        26 homes destroyed, 90 with major damage & 110 with minor damage.

·        Water deliveries are on the decline.

·        FEMA has setup a temporary location at the Civic Center with a full DRC planned.

·        DSNAP operations will begin 3/21/16 at Grant Parish Civic Center, 420 Richardson Dr., Colfax and Grant City Hall, 4418 Hwy 500, Georgetown. Information on the schedule will be released to the public.

·        The levee gap at the rail road crossing near Lake Nantachie has been completed and is blocked. DOTD made notification to KCS to stop all rail traffic.

·        Assessments have been made on the status of the parish. Water is continuing to fall on Iatt Lake and Little River but rising on Nantachie and in the Bynum/492 area. This is due to the breach in the levee that is allowing held backwater to be released south.

·        Water is being delivered to the Nantachie community via HWV and LANG personnel.



·        Approximately 50 homes and 1 high school have sustained water damage.

·        PDA Teams deployed to the Parish for assessments.



·        Joint PA/PDA team to assess damages to hurricane protection (burrito) levee in Grand Isle. PDA team is scheduled for Monday, March 21 at 10:00 in Grand Isle at Bridge Side Marina.



·        Joint PA PDA team scheduled for site assessment on damages at Fourchon beach. POC is Chett Chaisson, Greater Lafourche Port Commission. Site visit scheduled for Monday, March 21 at 10:30 a.m.



·        During the fly over of LaSalle determined that 90-100 structures that were inundated with high waters. Currently collecting data of flooded structures.

·        Faith based shelters are on standby (also available for Catahoula parish residents).

·        Parish OEP & Communications District currently working on mapping flooded structures, due to Old River waters rising, structures may increase.

·        Sandbagging efforts continue as Old River (south end of Parish) has begun to threaten camps/houses.

·        DSNAP & DRC sites will begin on 3/21/16. DSNAP site housed at Woodmen of the World Lodge, 1720 East Oak St., Jena LA 71342. DRC site housed at East Jena Baptist Church family Life Center 1220 Peppers St., Jena, LA 71342.

·        PDA/PA desktop assistance is scheduled for Monday, March 21 at 1:00 p.m.



·        Shelter at Trinity Methodist Church, on standby

·        Parish working on damage assessments in preparation for PDA Teams scheduled for next week.



·        Waterways are closed to recreational boat traffic.

·        464 is the estimated number of flooded homes from the respective jurisdictions. This is not a final estimate.

·        Parish hotline will remain open until further notice to collect flood data from residents.



·        200+ home affected from this event however, there have been no reports of damaged homes.



·        Request for PDA/IA teams.

·        The Care and Hope center is open to provide supplies for residents affected by flooding (provide food, clothing, essentials)

·        Evacuated approximately 1,000 citizens. 175+ homes, 25+ mobile homes, 60+ apartment units, 5 business, and 8 public buildings with major damage. 

·        DSNAP has been requested to set up at Dotson Park in Bastrop, will begin on 3/21/16.

·        Per Regional Coordinator: Debris removal and recovery briefing conducted. Arranged for initial interviews with DSA Task Force and Division Supervisor to coordinate DSA activities. Coordinated GOHSEP IA regarding DRCs – should be in the que to open next week.

·        Sandbagging ongoing in Bonita due to rising water. Bonita water system is threatened.

·        Local church is providing hot meals.

·        Per DSA Summary Report: Care & Hope Ministry thrift Store provided information to distribute to Spanish speaking communities.



·        Shelter at the MLK Recreation Center 700 Martin Luther King Dr. with the assistance of Red Cross

·        Pipe closed at Chivery Dam.

·        100 plus families have been evacuated. Approximately 3,500 structures have sustained damage.

·        DSNAP operations will begin 3/21/16 at the Council on Aging, 1016 Keyser Ave.

·        Water still rising on the south end of the parish (Cloutierville, LA) area

·        Hay has been requested for cattle.

·        Providing MREs and water from volunteers to residents who can't get out.

·        Per DSA Summary Report: Georgetown registration intake location is a POD for hot/cold food, water and clean-up kits located at 4418 Highway 500.

·        PDA/PA desktop assistance is scheduled for Tuesday, March 22 at 9:00 a.m.

·        LNO at Natchitoches Parish is standing down as of 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 20.



·        Water deliveries are on the decline. All mandatory evacuations have been lifted. Even though water is still in many neighborhoods, residents are being allowed back to salvage as much as possible and survey the damages.

·        Debris operations have begun on the west side of the Ouachita River.

·        FEMA Survivor Assistance teams have arrived in the Parish.

·        Sandbagging operations are ongoing at Loggy Bayou & Town and Country control structure.

·        Currently there are 1,724 addresses in our data base that have had or still have water in them. Approximate evacuation number is 1,825.

·        The FEMA rep has arrived. Have requested IA & PA teams. PDA forms have been distributed to all agencies. DSNAP operations will begin 3/21/16.    

·        Contracted for 4-30 inch pumps to pump down the Chauvin Basin.  These should be on the ground the evening of Sunday, March 20. Two additional 30 inch pumps were requested through Web EOC.

·        A portable shower unit has been installed at the shelter on Jackson Street.

·        PDAs for categories C-E are due to the EOC from all local government agencies at noon on Sunday, March 20.

·        The DRC in Monroe will have a soft opening Sunday, March 20 and should be in full swing by Monday, March 21. An additional DRC requested for west side of parish.



·        Waters continue to rise, request for additional sandbags.

·        Continuing protective measures along the Rigollette Bayou area, Ruby-Kolin area along the Red River, & along the Bayou Maria area. Ample prefilled sandbags have been placed at the FD in the Rigolette area.

·        Voluntary evacuations in effect for residents in low lying areas of the Parish.

·        1 shelter open & have additional on standby.

·        Levees holding – no immediate concerns that we have not developed a response plan for up to & including pre-staged response assets.

·        Damaged homes:  confident we are near or have met the threshold.  Anticipate requesting IA by Monday or sooner. Preparing maps of areas impacted & marking those address points that have confirmed inundation.  Will review with Region SAL on Monday.

·        PDA/PA desktop assistance is scheduled for Monday, March 21 at 10:00 a.m.


Red River

·        Have evacuated 15-20 people; 24 homes with water inside, 50+ homes with water surrounding.

·        Operations continue to provide food and water to the homes that are surrounded by water and have no access out to purchase food or water.

·        Monitoring and sandbagging (as needed) all three culverts within the Parish.

·        8 State highways and several parish roads are closed.

·        Per Regional Coordinator: DRC is being scouted in anticipation of a declaration. IA and PA PDAs requested.



·        Water is rising west of State Hwy 133 near Shirtail Rd and Bosco Rd. Situation is being assessed by the Police Jury Superintendent.

·        7 apartment units with major damage. Estimated 40,000 -50,000 acres underwater at this time.

·        Per Regional Coordinator: Coordinated with Parish, SO and ARC to provide regular feeding for shelter in Rayville. Continuing with transitional housing challenge, exchanged several emails and monitored housing conference call. Visited Parish with FEMA Group Supervisor, surveyed DRC location, met with shelter team, discussed DRC Inspection Team issues, and met with Sheriff.

·        Shelter is open and supporting 14 evacuees at this time.

·        45 parish roads are underwater, 18 are closed. 5 State Highways are closed.

·        Local law enforcement will increase security in the Woolen Lake area.

·        Will continue to provide sandbags on the south end of the parish for the Woolen lake area.

·        7 dumpster locations throughout the Parish for flood debris.

·        Preliminary Damage Assessments are underway.

·        FEMA performed a DRC inspection at 112 D Morgan St. The FEMA DRC Task Force and Richland Parish Sheriff/OEP will meet on Sunday, March 20 to resolve the security issue with the DRC facility in Rayville.

·       DSNAP location is being changed to First Baptist Church Family Life Center 1306 Louisa Street, Rayville, LA 71269. It’s being set up as of 2:00 p.m. on March 20. DSNAP operations will begin 3/21/16.



·        Water is subsiding in Toledo Bend.

·        Evacuated a total of approximately 12 citizens.

·        PDAs in progress, expected completion date: 3/24/16. Recording names of residents with flood damage for IA.

·        Progressing with home cleanup effort.

·        Emergency repairing high priority roads and bridges.

·        Per Regional Coordinator: State will send IA PDA next week.


St. Helena

·        14 homes with a roof leak, 6 homes with flood damage, and 1 church with roof leaks. Residents continue calling in to report damages.

·        Multiple damaged roads that will need culvert replacement asphalt, gravel, and drainage ditched cleaned. All parish roads/State Hwys are open.

·        Working on temporary repairs at this time.

·        IA PDA teams have been deployed. PA PDA Teams are scheduled to deploy next week.


St. Tammany

·        Emergency Command Post located in the Towers building in Slidell has been deactivated. Primary EOC in Covington.

·        City of Pearl has called for evacuations of homes along Pearl River. Evacuations ongoing in Goodbee in the Tallow Creek area.

·        1st Responders have performed over 600 rescues thus far. STPSO remains ready for SAR as necessary.

·        Conducting windshield assessments. 673 flooded structures in St Tammany Parish. This number does not reflect the East side of the Parish. Damage assessment for the east side of the Parish will begin Monday, March 21.

·        Completed emergency response efforts and transitioning into recovery phase.

·        DSNAP operations will begin 3/21/16 at the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office Training Facility.

·        Per DSA Summary Report: Eagle Heights Community Center is being relocated to the National Guard Armory, 55420 N Railroad Ave in Independence.

·        DRC will open Monday in the Towers Building at 510 Old Spanish Trail in Slidell. A second DRC is schedule to open later in the week at Coquille Recreation District's facility.

·        St. Tammany Parish Assessor has waived permit fee for damaged structures.



·        Eagle Heights Shelter Population: 81

·        Debris Kickoff Meeting will be held Friday at 10 am.

·        Several teams are conducting damage assessments.

·        Approximately 850 homes have been flooded; Approximately 2,500 citizens evacuated; Approximately 2,750 citizens have been rescued.

·        DSNAP operations will begin 3/21/16.



·        Evacuated approximately 500 citizens. Citizens around D’Arbonne Lake, Ouachita River and D’ArLeutre areas are evacuating their homes.

·        Shelter: Willie David Recreational Center 116 Cox Ferry Rd, Farmerville, LA 71241

·        Approximately 500 homes and camps have sustained damage; approximately 750 citizens have been evacuated.

·        Per Regional Coordinator: Local church is providing meals and debris cleanup is going well.

·        Beginning recovery operations. DSNAP operations will begin 3/21/16.

·        Per DSA Summary Report: Parish Landfill/Solid Waste Department is reporting a major issue with debris removal. Debris left on the ground is rotting with snakes and rats starting to nest in it.



·        Coordination efforts are being made to more organize volunteer and donations within the parish.

·        A Mobile Shower Unit request was delivered to the Burr Ferry Fire Dept for volunteer workers and evacuees.

·        FEMA Representatives are in the parish. A Red Cross Disaster Assessment Team in Vernon Parish.

·        DSNAP operations will begin 3/21/16 and will be located at the East Leesville Baptist Church located on LA 8. Working on coordinating a DRC location.

·        Coordination is ongoing with the Vernon Parish Coroner's Office to address the issues related to the cemeteries. Marking of graves in the cemetery on Bonner Rd. has been postponed based on current flood estimates.

·        Evacuated approximately 150 citizens, evacuations are ongoing; Approximately 300 homes damaged.

·        Two Parish POD sites remain open, continue to provide hot meals, clothing, snacks, coffee, water, and information.

·        A Command Post by VPSO was set up @ the Burry Ferry Pentecostal Church POD site to gather contact info from residents.

·        FEMA Teams in parish registering applicants.  Fixed post location to be established in Evans on 3-20-16.

·        Police Jury should have debris contract available to bid by 3-21-16

·        EOC returned to normal operational hours on 3-18-16.



·        Sever Lift Station at the end of Pearl is only accessible by boat and the sewer treatment plant behind Riverside Medical Center is inundated by flood waters. 

·        Approximately 1200-1500 citizens have been evacuated. ESM Bogalusa Shelter – 7

·        Damage Assessments are ongoing.

·        The parish has made repairs to numerous damaged roads.  6 remain damaged. 2 State roads closed to only local traffic.

·        Mobile DRC will be opened on Monday, March 21, 2016 in Bogalusa. DSNAP will also open on Monday, March 21, 2016.  Hillcrest Baptist Church in Franklinton and American Legion Home in Bogalusa.

·        FEMA has 1 DSA team in the parish

·        Parish continues to work diligently to get PA declaration # of home damaged in the parish is 500-550.



·        Approximately 416 damaged homes. Approximately 200 citizens have been evacuated.

·        DSNAP operations will begin 3/21/16.

·        Per Regional Coordinator: Much of south end of Parish is still inundated with water. FEMA DSAT registered nearly 100 people, will soon move to field for more. Event today with Joe Leblanc Food Pantry(resource distribution, FEMA DSAT, VOADs), one community with water issues – boil advisory implemented – will distribute water today.

·        Per DSA Summary Report: City of Minden conducted outreach to Whole Community Partners; conducted registration intake at the courthouse.

·        Parish established FACs in Sibley and Doyline for resource distribution.

·        DRC build out scheduled for Sunday, March 20; likely soft opening will be on Monday, March 21.


West Carroll Parish

·        75 homes have damage thus far, expect that number to increase as we hear more from the southwestern portion of the Parish.

·        Working on list of damaged or affected residents & address to get areas together when the PDA/IA team comes  

·        Per Regional Coordinator: ARC has begun food distribution.   



·        Winn Parish Road Department are placing all available road closed signs.

·        Backwoods Water System is still not back online, bottled water still being provided to those without.

·        100 + homes damaged.

·        DSNAP operations will begin 3/21/16 at Laurel Heights Baptist Church, 1001 San Pedro St., Winnfield, LA 71483.

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