President Joe Biden saw firsthand on Monday what he described as “incredibly heartbreaking” devastation inflicted by recent flash floods that killed at least 37 people in southeastern Kentucky and left a path of destruction across several counties.
Biden’s motorcade wound along Lost Creek in Breathitt County, whose banks were strewn with flood detritus including building materials and clothing. A plastic laundry basket was lodged high in a tree. A prefabricated home was twisted and lifted off the ground along its axis. A large red “X” was painted on its side.
The motorcade stopped briefly at a site where a school bus, carried by floodwaters, was crashed into partially-collapsed building.
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