Friday, 24 June 2016

The Majority Of West Virginia Is Under A State Of Emergency After Floods Devastate The State

InsideClimateNews

Forty-four of West Virginia’s 55 counties are under a state of emergency as severe weather and devastating floods have killed at least 14 residents and left hundreds of thousands without power. A spokesperson for West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin told ABC News that the floods, in some areas, had the potential to be “the worst in 100 years.” Story here.