Flooding and damage from the storms

Flooding from the storms

Kentucky: Louisville flood (WAVE/CNN)

  • In downtown Louisville, the Ohio River has surpassed typical levels. While it's usually around 12 feet deep, it's expected to reach 31 feet. There are reports of at least two deaths caused by the flooding in Kentucky.

Kentucky: Downtown Louisville flooding (WAVE/CNN)

Tennessee/Kentucky storm damage (WTVF/CNN)

In Robertson County, Tennessee a storm severely damaged a home, flipped vehicles and uprooted trees. The National Weather Service in Louisville, Kentucky, says one person was killed Saturday when storms destroyed a home in Logan County.

Clarksville, Kentucky storm damage (WSMV/CNN)

  • The National Weather Service confirmed that a tornado of at least EF-2 strength damaged homes in Clarksville, Tennessee Saturday night.

Michigan: Dam breaks on Thornapple River (WXMI/CNN)

  • The high waters taking out an earth dam in barry county Friday morning. Officials say the dam on the Thornapple River at Irving Road failed. It's part of the spillway for a concrete dam nearby. Officials have warned people living down-river of the breach. Right now there are no evacuation orders and the main dam is not at risk of failure.

Michigan: Comstock flooding (WWMT/CNN)

Arkansas: Flooding in Little Rock (KATV/CNN)

Texas: Dallas flooding and water rescue (KTVT/CNN)

  • Dallas emergency crews rescued a homeless man who got stranded in high water Friday. Officials say the man was standing in a creek when the water level began to rise dramatically. A witness called 911. First responders say the man was able to hold onto a concrete structure for safety as they worked to rescue him. In the few minutes that it took to lower a ladder to the man, the swollen creek had risen from his ankles to his waste. Officials say he appeared to be okay but would be checked for hypothermia
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