FEMA Updates Conditions in Moore, OK

MOORE, OK, June 2, 2013 - The Federal Emergency Management Agency has updated the conditions in Moore, OK. Review the photos and captions below documenting activities in Moore, OK.

Moore, Okla., May 23, 2013 - FEMA Corps Disaster Survivor Assistance Team (DSAT) members Brittany Bieler (blue) and Jaime Flynn provide these May 20 tornado survivors information about FEMA disaster services. DSAT not only provides recovery information but can actually register survivors on-site for FEMA assistance. George Armstrong/FEMA

Moore, Okla., May 23, 2013 -- As result of the deadly May 20 tornado, utility crews are replacing downed electrical service poles in preparation for restoration of service. FEMA Public Assistance funds under Category F may reimburse a portion of restoration costs. George Armstrong/FEMA

Moore, Okla., May 23, 2013 -- On Santa Fe Avenue, FEMA Public Information Officer Susan Solomon walks by state transportation vehicles involved in debris removal and miliary personnel providing security in this area affected by the deadly May 20 tornado. FEMA may reimburse the state for debris removal expenses under Category A, Public Assistance. George Armstrong/FEMA

Moore, Okla., May 23, 2013 -- FEMA Corps Disaster Survivor Assistance Team (DSAT) member Brittany Bieler is providing on-site registration for this storm survivor whose home was destroyed by the deadly May 20 tornado. DSAT can provide recovery information and as shown here, actually register survivors on-site for FEMA assistance. George Armstrong/FEMA

Moore, Okla., May 23, 2013 -- Storm survivors return to their destroyed home and begin to look for possessions scattered by the deadly May 20 tornado. FEMA Individual Assistance may help with housing and other services for eligible applicants. George Armstrong/FEMA

Moore, Okla., May 23, 2013 -- This Salvation Army vehicle is in the May 20 tornado disaster scene to provide snacks and beverages to storm survivors who are cleaning up debris and searching for possessions. Voluntary agencies provide much needed personal services and are important FEMA partners in disaster recovery. George Armstrong/FEMA

Moore, Okla., May 23, 2013 -- This is a dome storm shelter and is the only structure still standing undamaged in this area after the deadly May 20 tornado destroyed all the homes in the neighborhood. According to neighbors, the owners did not get into it in time and were rescued with injury from the debris of their home. FEMA Mitigation services can help home owners determine the best possible storm shelter options. George Armstrong/FEMA

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