Pike County officials declared a state of emergency Friday evening related to a series of storms that caused flooding during the week, and state and local officials began conducting damage assessments.
Officials are asking people to report losses and damages to their local county emergency director.
"Damage from Friday's storms are not eligible for disaster assistance under the federal declaration we received from the May 8th flooding," Brig. Gen. John W. Heltzel of the state Division of Emergency Management said in a news release. "However, you should still notify your local officials to make them aware of the impact the storm had on your community and help meet any needs."
There were no reports of injuries or fatalities from the storms.
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The storms caused more flooding in Pike County, and felled trees and caused wind damage in Warren and Barren counties.
Two homes in Pike were destroyed, seven were uninhabitable and 23 more were classified as damaged but habitable as a result of floods and mudslides, according to the Kentucky Division of Emergency Management.