The most possible hazards for Los Alamos are wildfires, severe weather conditions, floods, drought, rock fall, earthquakes, volcanoes, natural health hazards etc.
The agencies are Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos Country Council, Federal Emergency Management Agency, US Forest Service, Fire department, Police department, Public works department, Animal Control Groups etc.
Los Alamos was not a prepared community.
I would first ask the women to visit a doctor so that her cuts and abrasions can be taken care of. Next step would be to convince the lady to go to the government assistance or to the recovery centre so that she can describe the appearance of her husband and ask for their help in searching him. The next step would be to ask for some identifier like the photo of her husband so that the same can be distributed across the area as this would help the local people to search her husband. Lastly, I would comfort her by telling her that she should not lose hope (Cruz, 2013).
Whenever any disaster occurs, the government agencies, the non-governmental organizations and the community should all join hands together to bring back life in the area undergoing a disaster. There is no segregation of the amount of work among these agencies. The government has the power and potential to help the disaster affected area. The non-governmental organizations primarily deal in giving assistance to communities. The community which has experienced a disaster would have to work continuously to make up for the losses which occurred due to the disaster. Hence for the community recovering from a disaster is an ongoing work. However the government agencies and the NGO’s should join hands together with the community to pull the community out of the disaster (Cruz, 2013).