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Severe Storm ^ Tornado - Lexington, Miss. , May 1, 2010 -- At the Ebenezer Community Volunteer Fire Station FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer Michael Bolch speaks with Governor Haley Barbour and his press secretary Dan Turner while being photographed by FEMA photographer David Fine. FEMA is here in response to the deadly April 24 tornado.  George Armstrong/FEMA

Severe Storm ^ Tornado - Lexington, Miss. , May 1, 2010 -- At the Ebenezer Community Volunteer Fire Station FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer Michael Bolch speaks with Governor Haley Barbour and his press secretary Dan Turner while being photographed by FEMA photographer David Fine. FEMA is here in response to the deadly April 24 tornado. George Armstrong/FEMA

 
 
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Title: FEMA FCO and Governor Barbour at Recovery Center in MS

Production Date: 05/01/2010

Caption: Lexington, Miss. , May 1, 2010 -- At the Ebenezer Community Volunteer Fire Station FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer Michael Bolch speaks with Governor Haley Barbour and his press secretary Dan Turner while being photographed by FEMA photographer David Fine. FEMA is here in response to the deadly April 24 tornado. George Armstrong/FEMA

Photographer Name: George Armstrong

City/State: Lexington, MS

Disasters: Mississippi Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding (DR-1906) ^ Mississippi Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding (DR-1916)

Disaster Types: Severe Storm ^ Tornado

Categories: Disaster Officials ^ Press Conferences ^ Recovery ^ Special Event ^ State/Local Officials
Photographs Relating to Disasters and Emergency Management Programs, Activities, and Officials

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