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'No one at the rudder' to help: Eastern Kentucky flooding, 1 year later

A trailer home was swept away by massive flooding near Lost Creek, Ky.  As residents continued cleaning up from the late July floods that several people, rain started falling on already saturated ground in eastern Kentucky late Friday morning. (Brynn Anderson/AP)
A trailer home was swept away by massive flooding near Lost Creek, Ky. As residents continued cleaning up from the late July floods that several people, rain started falling on already saturated ground in eastern Kentucky late Friday morning. (Brynn Anderson/AP)

Here & Now host Deepa Fernandes speaks with Grist climate change solutions fellow Katie Myers who co-reported with WMMT radio a story on the aftermath of devastating flooding in eastern Kentucky one year ago.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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