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Kentucky churches care for neighbors hit by floods
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At least 30 people have died during the historic flooding in Eastern Kentucky, with hundreds still unaccounted for.
Bridges and roadways have washed away, making search and rescue efforts even more difficult.
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Armstrong Chapel is actively involved,
we have sent supplies down to aid those in need.
‘Worst I have ever seen’ After record flooding, Eastern Kentucky UMCs serve on the front lines providing comfort, assistance
“With no fan and no electricity, I just about smothered up here, but the electricity finally came back on,” she said. Sexton has lived in her modest home high up a hillside in rural Knott County for 52 years. She said she has never experienced anything like the record flood that hit the area in late July.
Looking out days later as rain still fell in sheets outside her door, Sexton said: “It has been a disaster. It’s the worst I have ever seen or read about in history.”
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