North Carolina Forest Service
1616 Mail Service Center Raleigh NC 27699-1616 North Carolina
Raleigh, NC 27699
|Current as of|
|Date of Origin||Wednesday September 12th, 2018 approx. 07:00 AM|
|Location||4300 Fayetteville Road, Raleigh, NC 27603|
|Incident Commander||Unified Command: NC Forest Service (Red Team), NC Emergency Management and NC National Guard|
|Incident Description||Reception, Staging, Onward Movement And Integration (rsoi)|
|Coordinates||35.721 latitude, -78.658 longitude|
Primary Hazards- Deployment of resources into flooded areas, roads with damage, downed trees and power lines, pollutants and fire ants.
Decontamination of vehicles and equipment used in flood water is ongoing. Demob of responders is continuing to occur. We have demobed 551 responders and continue to support 784.
Manage current RSOI and secondary staging area.
|Projected Incident Activity|
12 hours: Continue to manage a Receiving, Staging, Onward Movement and Integration (RSOI) operations. Logistically
supporting, deploying, tracking, and demobing emergency responders. Manage secondary staging area and decontamination unit located at the State Highway Patrol training facility
in Garner. Continue to manage mobilization and demobilization of resources.
24 Hours: Continue to manage mobilization and demobilization of resources.
Manage secondary staging area and decontamination unit located at the State Highway Patrol training facility
in Garner. Safely and effectively deploy resources into flooded areas.48 Hours: Manage RSOI operations. Safely and effectively deploy resources into flooded areas.
48 Hours: Manage RSOI operations. Safely and effectively demob resources coming back to RSOI. Demob will be transitioned to the Eastern Branch of North Carolina Emergency Management and the State Emergency Operations Center.
72 Hours: Demob of IMT 2 Red Team (Smith IMT) on September 25th.
Block 7: Response effort is statewide.
Block 45: Cost reflects NCFS team personnel, supplies, and equipment only.
Rivers in eastern North Carolina have crested. Portions of the Black River, Neuse River, Cape Fear River, NE Cape Fear River, Trent River, and Lumber River will
remain at major flood stage for several more days.