It's been one year since rushing floodwaters devastated part of Washington County, Tennessee.
Several homes were destroyed and more than 100 damaged on Dry Creek Road on August 5th, 2012. Click here to read more.
Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam issued a state of emergency in northeast Tennessee after the heavy flooding. None of the homeowners affected had flood insurance so many applied for loans through the small business administration. Click here to learn more.
Since then, many volunteers have been working to rebuild homes in the community. Several homes have been rebuilt with the help of the Appalachia Service Project.