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Their jobs are to rescue victims of flooding, especially flash flooding, many times risking their own lives in the process.
The Bedford County Emergency Management Agency started the program in 2007 and has since grown to include 13 tornado shelters.
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Amy Boggess said she suggests those looking at assisted living facilities to talk to them about how they prepare their residents.
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In the last 30 years, there have been 64 flood-related deaths in the state.
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The break will continue until at least midday when storms should be moving towards the Tennessee River.
Todd Polk, of Sumner County, likes to kayak the creek after a heavy rainfall when the water levels are high.
Sumner County saw what Mother Nature can do and how a man can make her impact that much worse.
Parts of Sumner County and neighboring Kentucky experienced severe flash flooding after several inches of rain fell.
Flooding in the neighborhood isn’t unusual when it rains, but seeing this much flooding is.