Flood Response Stalled in Some Counties as Some Areas Remain Impassable
Dave Mistich and John Cantees provide an update as a state of emergency remains in place for 44 of West Virginia's 55 counties after heavy rainfall has devastated pockets of the state.
Flooding, downed trees and other emergency situations have stalled response in some counties.
A search continues in Jackson county after a male toddler was swept away by swift rising water Thursday afternoon and the city of Richwood remains impassable.
Water rescues have been reported across the state.