NJ-TF1 continues to perform search and rescue operations in Jackson County, Florida after Hurricane Michael left a path of devastation.
To date, the team has assisted 2 residents, reported 865 animal issues, assisted 3,108 residents sheltering-in-place, and conducted 2,550 structural damage assessments. In the past 48 hours they have covered 988 square miles together with our search and rescue partners from FL-TF7, IN-TF1, MO-TF1, OH-TF1, PA-TF1, VA-TF1, and VA-TF2.
Amid the destruction, the team remains positive and grateful for the ability to help those in need. If you would like to learn more about how to help those impacted by the recent hurricanes visit https://www.nvoad.org/howtohelp/current-responses/ to connect with vetted organizations making a difference in these areas.
Remember, pets are family too! Always include them in your emergency plans! Visit animalemergency.nj.gov to learn how today!
Our thoughts and prayers remain with the first responders and all those affected by Hurricane Michael.
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