A burning house is dragged down a creek in White Sulphur Springs after major flooding are reported across West Virgina right now.
Meanwhile a state of emergency has been decreted in 44 impacted counties, where at least 2 people have died already.
At least two people are dead as significant flooding inundated several West Virginia counties on June 23, 2016.
A state of emergency was expanded to 44 of those counties impacted.
Nothing can resist. Not even a tractor-trailer:
Eight-year-old died at a West Virginia hospital Thursday after he slipped into a creek and was swept away by raging waters.
An elderly man drowned in floodwaters around 8:30 p.m. Thrusday night in Kanawha County.
The frightening news comes one day after several tornadoes touched down in Ohio and northern Illinois on June 22, 2016 leaving tens of thousands without power across the Midwest.
Coming back to our burning house: Howard’s Creek, which runs through White Sulphur Springs came out of its banks following several inches of rain during a short period of time. Here again the video (Youtube format):
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