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  • Huge floods ravaging West Virginia have killed at least 26 people. About 32,000 homes and businesses remain without power after severe flooding hit the state. The West Virginia Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management also said that more than 60 secondary roads in the state were closed. Here: Jason Bergnoli, left, uses a rope to help Main Street Motors employee Zach Bennet, right, retrieve as many company documents as he can, June 24, 2016, in Richwood, West Virginia, after the company's building was knocked off its foundation by extensive flooding.
    Christian Tyler Randolph/Charleston Gazette-Mail via AP Photo
  • People and vehicles are stranded at Crossing Annex Shops in Elkview, West Virginia, June 24, 2016, after a bridge collapsed due to heavy rains and flooding the night before.
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  • Kathy Bostic sits on a roof as she looks through a muddied plastic tote full of family photographs that she rescued from her flood-damaged home along Jordan Creek Road in Elkview, West Virginia, June 24, 2016.
    Sam Owens/Charleston Gazette-Mail via AP Photo
  • Road signs signaling to US 119 along Frame Road in Elkview, West Virginia, are surrounded by flood waters, June 24, 2016.
    Sam Owens/Charleston Gazette-Mail via AP
  • Lt. Dennis Feazell, of the West Virginia Department of Natural Resources, rows his boat as he and a co-worker search flooded homes in Rainelle, West Virginia, June 25, 2016.
    Steve Helber/AP Photo
  • Jay Bennett, left, and step-son Easton Phillips survey the damage to a neighbor's car in front of their home damaged by floodwaters as the cleanup begins from severe flooding in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, June 24, 2016.
    Steve Helber/AP Photo
  • Jimmy Scott gets a hug from Anna May Watson, left, as they clean up from severe flooding in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, June 24, 2016.
    Steve Helber/AP Photo
  • A handout photo from the Defense Video Imagery Distribution System (DVIDS) shows members of the 811th Ordnance Company, 321st Ordnance Battalion, 38th Regional Support Group, perform rescue operations and emergency assistance in partnership with local and state emergency first responders in the town of Rainelle, West Virginia, June 24, 2016.
    EPA
  • A handout photo from the Defense Video Imagery Distribution System (DVIDS) shows members of the Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit getting locals to safety near Clendenin, West Virginia, June 24, 2016.
    EPA
  • The words "Pray for West Virginia" were written on the back of a truck containing fresh water and other house items along State Route 4 on June 25, 2016 outside Clendenin, West Virginia.
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  • People stand in the middle of a mud covered street left over from the flooding of the Elk River on June 25, 2016, in Clendenin, West Virgina.
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  • Maynard Tanner, 65, eats a snack on a damaged bridge as part of a mobile home floats down Jordan Creek behind him, Falling Rock, West Virgina, June 26, 2016.
    Marcus Constantino/Reuters
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