A lady takes pictures of flooding in Island Park in Ronceverte. The flood of 2016 was described as a 1000-year flood and killed 23 people in West Virginia.
Homes lie under water in Ronceverte.
Dean Hanson takes pictures of his hay bales that were swept over a road in Caldwell.
From left, Amber Phillips, 31, Keirra Phillips, 7 and Caleb Bennett, 18, survey the damage to Amber's mothers home Friday morning.
Carroll Mann, 75, survey's the damage to his home in White Sulphur Springs. Mann has lived in his home for 50 years.
Two ladies walk through the rubble in a neighborhood in White Sulphur Springs the morning after the flood.
Residents hung photographs that were found in the rubble after the flood.
Ronnie Scott, who lost his wife and home in the flood, stands with his daughter and sister during a prayer at the Hope Village dedication ceremony in White Sulphur Springs.
Annie O'Neil helps clean up Villa Park on in White Sulphur Springs. O'Neil created a Facebook event and helped organize volunteers to clean up the park.
Volunteers helps clean up Villa Park on in White Sulphur Springs after the flood damage destroyed the ball park and bleachers.
Dallas Richards, 9, a cub scout from Martinsville, helps carry boxes of donated produce to hand out to residents at Old White Motors in White Sulphur Springs.
A White Sulphur Springs resident cleans out his house after muddy waters destroyed most of his belongings.
A year after losing his wife of 36 years in the flood Ronnie Scott sits by the tree she clung to for 6 hours as the water rushed around her. She died in the hospital two days later with burns on over 75 percent of her body.