Knott County had some of the worst flooding in the Redfox and Litt Carr communities where more than four inches of rain fell in a matter of a couple of hours.
"I've lived here almost all my life and I honestly have never seen it this bad," explains Cindy McClain, a resident of the Red Fox community. "My backyard is like a big swimming pool, the docks that were in the pond are now in my back yard. There is run off from the coal mining company that is just up the hill. It's the worst I've ever seen it."
Quite a few snap shots showed roads being completely covered with rushing water. It looks like a river in places that are normally dry as the flood came very quickly. Some people were even stranded and evacuations were ordered according to emergency managers. But those people were rescued and no injuries were reported. Landslides and high water caused closures on Highway 160.
People in the Redfox community have since been allowed to return home.
In Perry County the Viper area, a viewer submitted picture showed water rushing across the road.
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