How FEMA uses Waffle Houses in disasters

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Fugate said the system “came out of the ’04 hurricanes,” when he was Florida’s emergency management director. Here’s how Fugate described the test on a 2016 episode of NPR’s comedy podcast Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me:

“They are open most of the time. And that was the index. If a Waffle House is closed because there’s a disaster, it’s bad. We call it red. If they’re open but have a limited menu, that’s yellow,” he said. “If they’re green, we’re good, keep going. You haven’t found the bad stuff yet.”

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