Floods Submerge Parts of Appalachia

Willie Hensley surveyed flood damage to his small, tin-roofed house, where rescuers had pulled him out by rope because of flood water.

``That place may not look like much, but it's home,'' he said Sunday.

Water up to 20 feet deep washed out homes, roads and bridges over the weekend in northeast Tennessee after 12 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. No deaths or injuries were reported in Tennessee. One person died in flash floods Saturday in eastern Kentucky, and one woman was missing.