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Flooding Leads to State of Emergency in West Virginia

by Daphne Thompson, on Jun 24, 2016 2:00:00 PM

Rainfall amounts approaching 12 inches have caused massive flooding problems in West Virginia. Known for its mountainous terrain, high water has flooded homes and business, cut power, and damaged the infrastructure in some area.


West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomlin has declared a State of Emergency for 44 counties. Multiple fatalities have been reported. Damage is extensive, as seen in some recent tweets.