400K remain without power from Kentucky storm
The governor of Kentucky is calling ice storm that hit his state last week the worst natural disaster in Kentucky's history, which called for 4,600 national guard troops to help with recovery on Sunday.
USA Today reports that the guardsmen went door to door throughout the hardest hit areas to make sure roads got cleared, people had water and food, and to provide security.
At the height of the crisis more than 700,000 people lost power, and 400,000 are still without it.
CNN.com reports that 92 of the states 120 counties had declared emergencies.
So far, 21 people are dead although it is unclear if all the deaths are a result of the storm. Some people have been killed because of carbon monoxide poisoning due to using generators indoors.