Disaster Relief Response with rescue boats, backhoes, chainsaw, tarping, and muck an gut teams is what we do best with over 45 Domestic disaster deployments in the last 10 years. Florida teams are deploying and Louisiana and Texas teams on the way as of 9/27. East coast teams will come to assist also. Clearing roads and trees off house, General Debris removal, delivering supplies to most affected areas, and coordinating logistics for a continuous supply chain is just a few task we perform.
The eyewall of Hurricane Ian with dangerous winds near Category 5 status has begun to make landfall, according to the National Weather Service, as the system is expected to barrel its way up toward Orlando tonight. At 11 a.m., the NHC said the center of Ian was located about 45 miles west-northwest of Naples, 50 miles south-southwest of Punta Gorda and 165 miles south-southwest of Orlando moving north-northeast at 9 mph. Massive flooding and damage is expected!
Chainsaw teams with the Backhoe teams will clear roads and debris off houses and property making it safer for the community. Boat crews will help trapped households or deliver supplies by boat where needed. Supply chain will be setup to buy and transport in needed supplies. Muck and Gut teams will help remove all wet items and gut house down to studs if needed to help with drying process to reduce water damage. Tarping teams will of course tarp roof make house livable again and reduce damage.
Helping to stabilize the community so people can return and start rebuilding. Minimizing future damage by removing debris and tarping house. Resupplying Community by boat or evacuating those that need it. After the response phase is done, DAUSA moves to help rebuild the most vulnerable parts of the community and those that are uninsured or underinsured. We can only do this as long as funds last