Updating emergency disaster map
The terminal is now operating at normal levels with full re-gasification and send-out capability. TXDOT personnel have implemented innovative methods of powering traffic signals at critical intersections including use of portable generators and laying temporary drop lines.
Patients will be dispatched from the Astrodome to other hospitals for appropriate care. 69 from Lumberton to Woodville and from Zavalla to Huntington are on-way northbound. A telephone line, 1-800 Foster/Adopt, is available for reporting relocation and contract information to Child Protective Services (CPS).
DAMAGES: Many counties in affected areas remain without power, communications, water or basic services. Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC): Field reports and contacts with the EOCs in the affected counties continue to indicate that few animal issues persist, so the animal issues incident command post (ICP) will be deactivated today.
Henry Hub has resumed limited operation without compressors. October 5, 2005 PM The Texas Emergency Management Agency today issued its 15th Hurricane Rita Situation Report and its 16th Hurricane Rita Situation Report Today we updated the number of people still living in shelters which, as of 10/5/05 was 17,678 people. Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA): TDHCA is working with the GDEM Recovery Staff to conduct post-hurricane damage assessments.
The restored customers are Central Business District (100%), Central City (35%), Garden District (61%), French Quarter (95%), Upper 9th Ward (9%), Lower 9th Ward (0%), Audubon (60%), City Park (8%), Gentilly (45%), Lakeview (24%), Mid City (12%), Downtown (12%), New Orleans East (0%), Warehouse District (93%), and Algiers (100%). TXDOT is clearing debris along the ROW on major highways under the Federal Highway Administration’s Emergency Relief program.
Entergy reports that 39% of customers have gas service available (a total of 56,810 customers have had gas restored). 5164 meals distributed Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT): TXDOT has over 420 employees as contractors in the affected areas working continuously. TXDOT crews continue to clear debris on secondary roads and work with energy companies to clear electrical lines.Barrow; Kirbyville, TX Charles Burchette (409) 423-2739 19 Coldspring San Jacinto San Jacinto County Annex 111 SH 150; Coldspring, TX Shirley Brandon (936) 653-5290 20 Alabama Coushatta Polk Main Tribal Office 571 State Park Rd 56; Alabama Coushatta, TX (936) 563-1105 21 Groveton Trinity Court House Intersection of hwys 94 & 287; Groveton, TX Sherriffs Office (936) 642-1746 22 Colmsneil Tyler City Hall 204 W Elder / FM 256 W; Colmsneil, TX Carrie Edwards (409) 383-9109; City Hall (409) 837-2502 23 Onalaska Polk Fire Department Old Groveton/Hwy 190; Onalaska, TX Chief Roy Newport (936) 329 2715; Angela or Sherki (936) 646-6566 24 Port Arthur Jefferson Holiday Inn Hwy 69 & Jimmie Johnson Blvd; Port Arthur, TX 25 Groves (inactive) Jefferson Old Super KMART 4400 Twin City Hwy; Groves, TX Brad (337) 281-090; Jeff Phillips (409) 673-8663 26 Huntington Angelina Huntington High School Hwy 69 E.