Second Incident Management Team Returns from Louisisana
Oct. 23, 2008
- Fairfax County continues to support people affected by Hurricane Ike with Incident Management Team deployments.
- Second team Fairfax County member returned on Sunday, Oct. 19.
Paul Lynch of the Fairfax County Department of Public Works and Environmental Services (DPWES) returned from Cameron Parish, La., to Fairfax County on Sunday, Oct. 19. Lynch was deployed to Cameron Parish, on Oct. 3, to assist in the aftermath of Hurricane Ike in response to an Emergency Management Assistance Compact (EMAC) request through the Virginia Department of Emergency Management (VDEM).
Lynch was Fairfax County's only member on a second Incident Management Team, primarily based out of southwestern Virginia, that provided support for emergency operation center operations in east and west Cameron Parishincluding operational support and relief for city personnel. The first team deployment included Fairfax County's Dan Williams, DPWES, and Michael Guditus, Office of Emergency Management. They returned Oct. 4.
Lynch is director of the Residential Inspections Division, Land Development Services for DPWES.
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