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Severe Storm ^ Tornado - Yazoo City, Miss. , May 6, 2010 -- At the Yazoo County FEMA/State Disaster Recovery Center, Mississippi Emergency Management Agency Individual Assistance Housing Specialist John Garcia provides information to a tornado survivor. FEMA and State partners are here in response to the April 24 deadly storm.  George Armstrong/FEMA

Severe Storm ^ Tornado - Yazoo City, Miss. , May 6, 2010 -- At the Yazoo County FEMA/State Disaster Recovery Center, Mississippi Emergency Management Agency Individual Assistance Housing Specialist John Garcia provides information to a tornado survivor. FEMA and State partners are here in response to the April 24 deadly storm. George Armstrong/FEMA

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Title: Mississippi Housing Worker at Disaster Center in Yazoo, MS

Production Date: 05/06/2010

Caption: Yazoo City, Miss. , May 6, 2010 -- At the Yazoo County FEMA/State Disaster Recovery Center, Mississippi Emergency Management Agency Individual Assistance Housing Specialist John Garcia provides information to a tornado survivor. FEMA and State partners are here in response to the April 24 deadly storm. George Armstrong/FEMA

Photographer Name: George Armstrong

City/State: Yazoo City, MS

Keywords: MEMA ^ DRC ^ IA ^ Mississippi Cottage

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

Disaster Types: Severe Storm ^ Tornado

Categories: Disaster Recovery Center ^ Individual Assistance ^ Recovery
Photographs Relating to Disasters and Emergency Management Programs, Activities, and Officials

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