Local Organizations Organize for Flood Relief in Eastern Kentucky | Local News

Many residents of Elizabethtown and Hardin County have been busy collecting donations since devastating flooding hit many areas of eastern Kentucky, leaving at least 37 people dead and many others injured, stranded or missing. The severe flooding has also left hundreds of people homeless and thousands without power.

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear announced the latest death toll Monday night on Twitter, saying, “We end the day with more heartbreaking news from eastern Kentucky. We can confirm that the death toll has now risen to 37, with many more still missing. Let us pray for these families and join together to wrap our arms around our fellow Kentucky people. »

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