Tornadoes and flooding led to two deaths in Kentucky on Saturday.
Around 2:20 p.m., the Simpson County Sheriff's Office received a report that a vehicle was submerged in Drake's Creek near the low water crossing of Kenny Perry Drive.
When officials arrived to the scene, they found the man inside the vehicle. Simpson County Fire and Rescue were able to recover the victim, but he was deceased.
In Logan County, a possible tornado led to one death. Dallas J. Combs, 79, of Adairville, was killed when her home on Dot Road was destroyed in the storm. Her 79-year-old husband, John, sustained minor injuries when the home collapsed on him.
On Sunday, the National Weather Service confirmed that an EF-2 tornado hit Logan County with max winds of 135 mph and a width of up to 400 yards.
An EF-2 tornado also struck Hopkinsville shortly before 9 p.m. It began approximately a half mile west of intersection of Fort Campbell Boulevard and Pennyrile Parkway and ended 5.5 miles east of Hopkinsville, just east of Overby Lane.
Several units at the Eagle Crossing Apartments were destroyed. Three people were transported to area hospitals with minor injuries, while several others were treated on the scene by EMS.
As many as 14 people were displaced by that tornado. They were provided shelter by the Hopkinsville Parks and Recreation Department, as well as the Red Cross.
At least 90 Kentuckians sought shelter Sunday night at 10 shelters across the state and in southern Indiana.
Shelters remaining open across Kentucky and Southern Indiana include: Hardin County, KY Colvin Community Center, 230 Freedom’s Way, Radcliff, KY Henderson County, KY The Gathering Place, 1817 North Elm Street, Henderson, KY Campbell County, KY Alexandria Community Center, 8236 West Main Street, Alexandria, KY Jefferson County, KY UAW Lodge 862, 3000 Fern Valley Road, Louisville, KY Clark County, IN First Christian Church, 3209 Middle Road, Jeffersonville, INThe following shelters will be relocating on Tuesday: Carroll County, KY Relocating from the National Guard Armory to Relevant Church, 2505 Highland Avenue, Carrollton, KY Christian County, KY Relocating from The Recreation Center to Saint John United Methodist Church, 2808 South Virginia Street, Hopkinsville, KYThe following shelters have been placed on standby and will be opened if needed: Harrison County, IN Unity Chapel United Methodist Church, 1760 Lost Creek Road NW, Ramsey, IN Trimble County, KY Morgan Community Center, 147 Victory Ave, Bedford, KY Daviess County, KY Heritage Baptist Church, 3585 Thruston Dermont Rd, Owensboro, KY McCracken County First Baptist Church, 2890 Broadway Street, Paducah, KY
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