Flooding has devastated West Virginia and dozens are feared dead.
This comes after a week of intense rain that overflowed rivers and streams in the area.
West Virginia rescue crews worked steadily overnight and into the morning to answer emergency calls from residents stranded by fast-moving floodwaters that have killed at least 26 people — the deadliest flash flooding in the United States since 2010.
Heavy rain battered much of the state earlier this week, and floodwaters pouring out of creeks and rivers prompted scores of rescue calls. Utilities were working to restore power for residents and businesses.
Please pray for those affected by this terrible tragedy.
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