West Virginia University looks to help neighboring Kentucky in aftermath of deadly flooding

The images are wrenching. Homes destroyed. Lives lost.

Massive flooding in neighboring Kentucky and its grim aftermath are resonating at West Virginia University, where an effort is underway on the Morgantown campus to provide relief from a disaster that has left at least 37 dead and entire communities reeling.

“Often, we have fellow Mountaineers that are either from affected areas or know someone who is, and we want to make sure we are supporting them,” said Kristi Wood-Turner, assistant dean for community engagement and director of the WVU Center for Community Engagement.

Read more on the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

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