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Worst Floods in 100 Years Kill 20 in West Virginia

West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin has declared states of emergency in 44 counties after the worst flooding in the mid-Atlantic state in 100 years killed 20 people. "The damage is widespread and devastating," Tomblin said Friday. "Our focus remains on search and rescue." As much as 25 centimeters of rain fell on Thursday, sending numerous rivers in the southwestern and central parts of the state over their banks and into the streets of nearby...

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