The Number of People Who Lost Their Lives from Flooding in the US State of Kentucky Increases to 15
It was announced that the number of people who lost their lives in the flood disaster caused by heavy rains in the state of Kentucky, located in the southeast of the USA, increased to 15.
Flooding occurred in the state of Kentucky, which is located in the southeast of the USA, as a result of heavy rains. It was announced that the number of people who lost their lives in the flood disaster increased to 15. Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear evaluated the latest situation after the flood disaster. "Our losses are now 15, but I expect that number to more than double," said Governor Beshear.
It was learned that the National Guard supported the search and rescue efforts in the region where the flood disaster took place.
Heavy Rains May Continue in the Region
About 25,000 homes were left without power due to the flooding, which caused great damage in eastern Kentucky. While many houses were flooded, vehicles dragged by the flood waters became unusable. In addition, a state of emergency was declared in 6 regions due to flooding.
The National Weather Service warned that heavy rains could continue around the city of Hazard, located at the foot of Mount Cumberland in Appalachia.