PADUCAH, KY (KFVS) - Numerous homes were flooded and some residents are displaced near Deer Lick Place Road.
Numerous people living on Oak Crest Drive in Paducah south of Kentucky Oaks Mall have been displaced.
Water was up to a foot deep along Whitney Drive in Paducah.
Assistant Police Chief Brian Krueger says crews worked to rescue a man below a bridge area on Irvin Cobb Drive known as Beltline Overpass. That man is out of the water.
Between two and five inches of rain fell in a short amount of time in areas of McCracken, Ballard, Marshall and Livingston counties..
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Experts say to never drive across a water-covered road, your car could become stranded or even swept away.
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