Small Town America Isn’t Prepared For Natural Disasters

In 2016, this tiny Appalachian town experienced a catastrophic flood. Water rushed down its main street from the mountains above, washing away cars and destroying dozens of homes and businesses. Shipments of food and aid were cut off on the main highway, and there was no electricity for days.

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