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Floodwater Submerges Roads in Kentucky's Taylor County

Roadways were flooded in Campbellsville, Kentucky, after storms moved through the region on Sunday, February 28, officials said.

The Campbellsville/Taylor County Fire Department said this footage shows flooding near Salem Church Road in Campbellsville on Sunday. The fire department urged drivers to be cautious as “several” roads were submerged in floodwater.

The National Weather Service said flash flooding would likely affect several states on Sunday, including Kentucky, West Virginia, Tennessee, and others. Credit: Campbellsville/Taylor County Fire Department via Storyful