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FEMA - 29523 - Emergency Response Vehicle being loaded in Texas



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Denton, TX, April 25, 2007 -- A U.S. Army Emergency Response Vehicle (ERV) is loaded onto a USMC C-130 by members of VMGR 234, based at Ft. Worth’s NAS Joint Reserve Base. The ERV, attached to the Defense Coordinating Element assigned to FEMA Region 6, accompanied the FEMA team sent to Eagle Pass, Texas to survey the damages from Tuesday’s tornado. Earl Armstrong/FEMA.

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