Flooding in Kentucky kills at least 15, including children








Gov. Andy Beshear called the disaster the “worst in the history” of the state. The area hit by bad weather is one of the poorest parts of the United States



Heavy rains have caused flooding in the Appalachia region of the United States since Thursday. Water overflowed levees and levees in eastern Kentucky, flooding homes, factories and streets. Rescue teams used helicopters to rescue a large number of families who had taken shelter on the roofs of houses.

Biden declared a state of emergency

– Biden declared a state of emergency in Kentucky. The President has ordered aid to be sent to states affected by bad weather. This is stated in the note issued by the White House. Biden also agreed to allocate federal funds to support local governments in post-disaster reconstruction and emergency management. The area hit by bad weather is one of the poorest parts of the United States.




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