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Severe Storm ^ Tornado - Lexington, Miss. , May 1, 2010 -- FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer Michael Bolch (left), Governor Haley Barbour(center), and State Press Secretary Dan Turner arrive at the Holmes County Ebenezer fire station disaster staging area. FEMA is here in response to the deadly tornado of April 24.  George Armstrong/FEMA

Severe Storm ^ Tornado - Lexington, Miss. , May 1, 2010 -- FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer Michael Bolch (left), Governor Haley Barbour(center), and State Press Secretary Dan Turner arrive at the Holmes County Ebenezer fire station disaster staging area. FEMA is here in response to the deadly tornado of April 24. George Armstrong/FEMA

 
 
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Title: Federal Coordinating Officer and Governor at Disaster Area

Production Date: 05/01/2010

Caption: Lexington, Miss. , May 1, 2010 -- FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer Michael Bolch (left), Governor Haley Barbour(center), and State Press Secretary Dan Turner arrive at the Holmes County Ebenezer fire station disaster staging area. FEMA is here in response to the deadly tornado of April 24. George Armstrong/FEMA

Photographer Name: George Armstrong

City/State: Lexington, MS

Keywords: FCO ^ state officials

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

Disaster Types: Severe Storm ^ Tornado

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

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