Out of the 200 evacuees who arrived in Henderson County today, four were pronounced dead. One person is in critical condition. The remaining evacuees were given a medical evaluation at the Henderson County Fair Park Complex.
Volunteers are doing everything they can to make their stay here a comfortable one. It was evident upon arrival, these evacuees have been through much turmoil. "There was a mother that came in. We couldn't find her child. They had been separated. We have a gentleman who's all by himself with no family at all and he's frightened because he's all by himself. Some of them come in and just want to take a shower and rest," said Paul Redic, a volunteer pastor.