LOGAN COUNTY, Ohio (WDTN) - Many residents of the Whispering Valley Trailer Park near Indian Lake were forced to evacuate when flood waters creeped up their front steps overnight.
"It's getting past the second step and it's the third step that goes up in the trailer," said Beth Steffey, who stayed with her neighbor Sunday night after she noticed the water rising.
Many people who woke up to the flooding had to wait for a ride. One resident with a large truck drove through the water to rescue people from their homes.
"I don't know what we're gonna do. We don't know yet. We just decided we'd better get our stuff together and get," said resident Jenny Turnmire.
Turnmire said she had been forced to evacuate her trailer once before because of flooding, but it never got into her home. That's why, she said this time she and her family waited too long to leave. Turnmire was able to grab some photos and her mother's ashes, but everything else had to be left behind.
"I mean I could take my fishing pole out there and go fishing if I want, I'm just kind of worried about my house going down the river," Turnmire said.
Unfortunately, Turnmire does not have insurance.
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