Klantucky Town Under Water Over 1000 Evacuees - Justice For Breona Taylor
More than 1,000 people in Kentucky are evacuated over fears a dam could BURST as heavy rains see the worst flooding in the area for 60 YEARS. Floodwaters hit several Kentucky counties as weary officials and residents prepared to take stock of the damage to homes, businesses and roads. Significant flooding occurred in several Eastern Kentucky counties, where one county official said the high water was the worst since 1957. There were 49 local declarations of disaster across the state as of Tuesday. Five inches of rain were also dumped on parts of Arkansas, Tennessee, West Virginia and Maryland.
Thunderstorms also brought damaging winds to Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi, knocking down power lines and trees.
Narrated by: Brother Jacob Israel
Hebrew Israelite Radio Show Host