Posted BY: Wyatt | NwoReport

The number of deaths from massive flooding in Kentucky climbed to 26 on Sunday and several dozen people remained missing amid a renewed threat of more heavy rain.

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said on NBC’s ‘Meet The Press’ that the death toll had risen by one since Saturday from last week’s storms, and predicted the count would continue to rise in the coming weeks. 

‘This is one of the most devastating, deadly floods that we have seen in our history,’ he said, ‘With the level of water, we’re going to be finding bodies for weeks, many of them swept hundreds of yards, maybe a quarter-mile-plus from where they were lost.’  

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As many as 37 people remain unaccounted for, according to a daily briefing from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

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