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At least 37 dead in Kentucky flash floods, hundreds potentially still missing

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Nearly a week after flash floods struck eastern Kentucky, rescue teams are still searching through the devastation. More than 1,300 people have been rescued but officials think hundreds of people could still be missing. At least 37 people have been confirmed dead and that number is expected to rise as the search continues.