Two residents of Kentucky were the victims of floods and torrential rains and thunderstorms that swept in the county Bluegrass. About 160 people were evacuated from the disaster zone in Louisville.
Police said Kentucky, one of the women died as a result of the fact that her car jumped the track during heavy rainfall and water level rising. Her car flew into a ditch in Lee County, 220 miles south of Louisville. The body of the deceased was found after the waters were abated. In addition to her in the car no one else there.
The second woman was killed in Powell County as a result of the fact that the tent during the storm fell a tree. Her husband had been injured. At the same time in the tent were still three children, but none of them was hurt.
Rescuers pulled out of the water 163 people, in addition, 59 cars were stuck in the flow of the flood and after the flood blurry roads. At the request of the mayor of Louisville Greg Fischer, all managed in a timely manner to help.