JUNE 2011
ASHI Reporter June 2011, Feature

Working for FEMA in the Aftermath of a Devastating Tornado

It filled the local TV newscast and papers for days. Texas was on fire! Several years of a persistent drought left a bitterly dry rangeland that had ignited to create wildfires of unimaginable proportions. Ultimately, 1.8 million acres would burn and whole towns had to be evaluated because of the fire and smoke. Little did people realize that this was setting the stage for a disaster that would tear at the heart of the nation.

By: Jim Hemsell read full article
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