Hurricane Irene was a storm that hit North Carolina a few years ago that can give some insights into what the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is doing to prepare for the expected strike Friday of Hurricane Florence. FEMA stressed yesterday that they’ve learned from every prior event.
Manufactured Housing Units (MHUs) are one of several options that federal officials can respond with when it comes to disaster relief/emergency housing needs.
FEMA and MHUs have evolved since this video linked here or shown above with Adobe flash was produced.
If Hurricane Florence does hit the East Coast, as many weather experts fear, hopefully FEMA officials will do a better job with their terminology (the t-word is significantly overused in the first linked video, above).
If, God forbid, Florence hits as a major natural disaster, manufactured home production could be shifted, as we learned last year.
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