After the historic floods in Kentucky, there clean-up efforts have been underway. Now residents are moving towards the second phase of this destruction, long term care.
That’s going to be a problem for most of the state.
Only about one percent of properties in the hardest hit counties of the state have federal flood insurance.
Homeowner insurance policies do not cover flood damage.
National Correspondent for The Tablet and Crux, John Lavenburg, is on the ground in Kentucky at a recovery center that opened up at a community college. He joins Currents News with the latest.