COLUMBIA — The devastation after disasters such as the EF-5 tornado that ripped through Oklahoma City and its suburbs on Monday spurs an influx of willing volunteers and item donations. But Federal Emergency Management Agency representative Fa'tima Miller said the public's misunderstanding of disaster response disrupts the organization's ability to deliver services.
Local FEMA representative speaks about disaster challenges
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