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Hurricane/Tropical Storm - Windsor, Conn. , September 27, 2011 --FEMA External Affairs Officer Marquita Hynes, works in the local Joint Field Office set up to assist with the federal response to Tropical Storm Irene.  Jocelyn Augustino/FEMA

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Hurricane/Tropical Storm - Windsor, Conn. , September 27, 2011 --FEMA External Affairs Officer Marquita Hynes, works in the local Joint Field Office set up to assist with the federal response to Tropical Storm Irene. Jocelyn Augustino/FEMA

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Title: FEMA Employees Work at the Joint Field Office in Connecticut

Production Date: 09/27/2011

Caption: Windsor, Conn. , September 27, 2011 --FEMA External Affairs Officer Marquita Hynes, works in the local Joint Field Office set up to assist with the federal response to Tropical Storm Irene. Jocelyn Augustino/FEMA

Photographer Name: Jocelyn Augustino

City/State: Windsor, CT

Disasters: Connecticut Tropical Storm Irene (DR-4023)

Disaster Types: Hurricane/Tropical Storm

Categories: Operations
Photographs Relating to Disasters and Emergency Management Programs, Activities, and Officials

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