Country Music To The Rescue: Well-known Kentucky native is helping flood victims

Country music artist, Tyler Childers, showed up in Jenkins, Kentucky to help out flood victims. He is posing here with James Addington who is from the impacted area.

Childers himself is actually a native of eastern Kentucky and graduated from Johnson County in 2009.

According to Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear, the death toll has risen to at least 37.

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