David McDowell, Director, Carroll County Emergency Management
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Mr. David McDowell

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Director

Local Address: Delphi, Indiana, United States
Carroll County Emergency Management
 
Background

Employment History

  • Owner
    McDowell Consulting, Inc.
  • Chief, Planning Division
    Carroll County Emergency Management Agency
  • Corporal
    Indiana State Police
  • Senior Corporal
    Dallas Police Department

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Oversight Committee
    Carroll County Emergency Management Agency

Education

  • Bachelor of Science , Public Affairs/Criminal Justice
    Indiana University

Certifications

  • CDBG Grant Administrator
    State of Indiana

Biography

  • Mr. McDowell is the Emergency Management Director for Carroll County, Indiana.  Since January 2008, he has helped guide the responses to a 500 year flood (FEMA 1740), and two 100 year floods (FEMA 1832), as well as tornadoes, a fire lasting nearly tw...
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"We got real lucky," said Dave ...
www.jconline.com, 7 June 2010 [cached]
"We got real lucky," said Dave McDowell, director of Carroll County's Emergency Management Agency. "We had a few close calls, but no one was hurt. We had to relocate about 5,000 pigs, but no people.
"The storm did between $3 million and $4 million worth of damage."
McDowell said most of today will be spent collecting any additional reports of damage and aiding businesses however they can.
He added that the forecast doesn't call for any new devastation.
"There's a line of debris that's over a mile long," he said.
"The Tippecanoe River is inching up ...
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"The Tippecanoe River is inching up slightly," said Dave McDowell, director of the Carroll County Emergency Management Agency. "People should be alert. But there's really no need to panic."
McDowell said the area received less rain than was expected. He didn't expect the area's streams to rise much more.
According to Dave McDowell, ...
www.jconline.com, 9 June 2010 [cached]
According to Dave McDowell, director of the Carroll County Emergency Management Agency, officials from the Indiana Department of Homeland Security have been canvassing Carroll County trying to assess the damage.
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In Carroll County, the count was 21 properties damaged, including four or five that McDowell said were destroyed.
Initial estimates may have been higher due to reports coming in from several different sources before being confirmed, McDowell said. Still, McDowell said, the final count could be higher.
All damage noted in Carroll County were properties McDowell had seen, he said: "I haven't had anyone calling in to report damage."
McDowell urged people to call in damage reports to help state officials get a clear picture. "It's important to know the extent of the damage," he said.
Two EF1-category tornadoes -- carrying ...
www.jconline.com, 8 June 2010 [cached]
Two EF1-category tornadoes -- carrying wind speeds of 100 mph to 110 mph -- touched down early Sunday causing damage to an estimated 30 properties, said Dave McDowell, director of the Carroll County Emergency Management Agency.
He said it was the worst wind-related damage he's seen during his three years with the agency.
"I'm shaking my head in disbelief that we didn't have anybody hurt," McDowell said.
On Monday afternoon, McDowell was working with the Indiana Department of Homeland Security to assess tornado damage. He said a helicopter has taken aerial photographs in Carroll County.
He drove around the damaged areas Monday, including Angel Shores Mobile Home Park. The trailer park is west of the Fillinger Marine Services and the Yeoman United Methodist Church. Both structures were badly damaged when a tornado crossed Lake Freeman, from White County into Carroll County at 1:05 a.m. Sunday.
The second tornado touched down at 1:20 a.m., near Rockfield, according to the National Weather Service.
"It looks like there is damage to homes and trailers close to Lake Freeman; maybe a dozen houses near Lake Freeman," McDowell said.
McDowell said the twisters weren't "super powerful," but they affected a lot of structures.
"There are a couple trailers that look like they've been through a blender, while right next to them, other trailers were untouched," he said. "It is a lot like a battlefield."
He said the main task now is to get accurate information and transmit the data to authorities, including the Indiana Department of Homeland Security.
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In Carroll County: People whose property was damaged by Sunday's tornadoes should call Dave McDowell with the Carroll County Emergency Management Agency.
Two EF1-category tornadoes -- carrying ...
www.jconline.com, 8 June 2010 [cached]
Two EF1-category tornadoes -- carrying wind speeds of 100 mph to 110 mph -- touched down early Sunday causing damage to an estimated 30 properties, said Dave McDowell, director of the Carroll County Emergency Management Agency.
He said it was the worst wind-related damage he's seen during his three years with the agency.
"I'm shaking my head in disbelief that we didn't have anybody hurt," McDowell said.
On Monday afternoon, McDowell was working with the Indiana Department of Homeland Security to assess tornado damage. He said a helicopter has taken aerial photographs in Carroll County.
He drove around the damaged areas Monday, including Angel Shores Mobile Home Park. The trailer park is west of the Fillinger Marine Services and the Yeoman United Methodist Church. Both structures were badly damaged when a tornado crossed Lake Freeman, from White County into Carroll County at 1:05 a.m. Sunday.
The second tornado touched down at 1:20 a.m., near Rockfield, according to the National Weather Service.
"It looks like there is damage to homes and trailers close to Lake Freeman; maybe a dozen houses near Lake Freeman," McDowell said.
McDowell said the twisters weren't "super powerful," but they affected a lot of structures.
"There are a couple trailers that look like they've been through a blender, while right next to them, other trailers were untouched," he said. "It is a lot like a battlefield."
He said the main task now is to get accurate information and transmit the data to authorities, including the Indiana Department of Homeland Security.
"People with damages should call my office first," he said.
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