Flood damage is widespread in Kentucky and Indiana, spanning several counties. Hopkins county, Kentucky was one of those areas hit hard by this latest round of heavy rain. Crews began closing roadways before the sun came up. Around two Friday morning, several families in Madisonvilles Chateau Mobile Home Park were awakened by rescue teams in boats and several feet of water entering their homes. One shopping center was completely flooded. Business owners were scrambling to save merchandise from getting wet. Several motorists also found themselves stuck in flood waters. For many, its the worst flooding seen in the area in years. Although the water is receding in some areas, there is still a lot of work to be done. Organizations like the Red Cross and Salvation Army are helping residents in need and providing cleanup kits.