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  Today Normal Record 6/25/2015
High 101° 93° 117° (2006) 112°
Low 66° 64° 53° (2012) 71°

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CBS12 Chico

The Latest: Death toll from West Virginia flood up to 24

The Latest: Death toll from West Virginia flood up to 24

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - The Latest on flooding that has devastated parts of West Virginia 

State officials say the death toll from West Virginia's devastating floods has risen to 24 people.

State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Director Jimmy Gianato says the 24th confirmed fatality occurred in Greenbrier County. Most recently, officials said 23 people have died.

Sixteen of those killed were in Greenbrier County, six were in Kanawha County, and one died in both Jackson and Ohio counties.

Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin's Chief of Staff Chris Stadelman has said the administration believes Greenbrier is the only remaining county where people are missing.


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