At least thirty people have now died in the Appalachia region of eastern Kentucky, as the region braces for more rainfall.
Reports say, Kentucky Governor, Andy Beshear said the death toll would continue to rise as hundreds remain unaccounted .
More than twelve thousand households remain without power, and hundred homes and businesses have been flooded .
According to reports, the Governor said yesterday that the damage to roads, bridge and other infrastructure will take millions to repair.
Mr. Bashear, who toured some of the hardest hit neighborhoods over the weekend, said he had seen houses swept away, and “schools ruined” making it clear that this is the worst flash flooding the region has seen in decades.