A woman was saved in the flooded Kentucky region when a firefighter noticed a tiny cell phone light. The firefighter still believes it to be a God’s miracle.

The Red River was flooded and the rescue teams were on their way to help the citizens. They noticed a woman who was waving her phone, while she was stuck in the water. The rescue teams saved more than five people from drowning.

Stacy, a firefighter, managed to rescue a woman who had a cell phone with her. Stacy mentioned that they were not trained for such incidents, but she was happy to

In the flooded Kentucky region, a woman was saved when a firefighter noticed her by cell phone light. She believes it to be God’s miracle.

In the flooded Kentucky region, a woman was saved when a firefighter noticed her by cell phone light. She believes it to be God’s miracle.

Kentucky floods Cell phone light leads to a ‘miracle rescue’In the flooded Kentucky region, a woman was saved when a firefighter noticed her by cell phone light. She believes it to be God’s miracle.

save a human life. Stacy was shocked at how the woman survived this incident. This is no less than a miracle.

Kentucky was flooded after heavy rains wreaked havoc in the region on Sunday.

The governor was quick to respond, as he immediately declared a state of emergency in Kentucky to avoid more damage.

He ordered the deployment of the National Guards to ensure the safety of the people in this critical hour of need. The people are suffering because of these unusual weather conditions and people are finding it hard to cope up with them.

In more than 13 counties, The National Guards was deployed to ensure that the people are saved from unprecedented floods.

The Bowling Green county and Louisville counties were hit hard due to torrential rains. As a consequence, 11 more counties have declared an emergency to counter the prevailing situation.

The weather experts have warned of more floods in the coming week. The rescue teams are being deployed in the region.