Local Red Cross worker to help flood victims

In this photo made from video, debris from the Jordan Creek near Clendenin, W.Va., piles up against a culvert along U.S. 119 on Thursday night June 23, 2016, just before the creek's entry into the Elk River. Multiple fatalities have been reported in flooding that has devastated parts of the state, a state official said Friday morning. (Chris Dorst/Gazette-Mail via AP)

Marlborough, Conn. (WTNH)- Another American Red Cross volunteer from Connecticut is heading down to West Virginia to help in recovery efforts following historic floods.

Suzanne Sycafoose, who lives in the Marlborough area, is heading to Charleston where she will serve as a health services service associate.

Thousands of people remain without power and gas service in some West Virginia communities since last weeks deadly floods. In addition, as many as sixty roads have either been flooded or damaged by the water. Sycafoose is the fifth Red Cross worker from Connecticut to deploy to West Virginia in the past week.

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