A man looks at a collapsed Dairy Queen building on June 25, 2016 in Clendenin, West Virginia. The flooding of the Elk River claimed the lives of 26 people in West Virginia. Ty Wright/Getty Images/AFP
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With the missing accounted for in all but one county, West Virginia on Sunday turned its attention to recovery after disastrous floods killed at least 24 people and rendered many more homeless.Sunday marks the first day people can apply for Federal Emergency Management Agency aid in the three worst-hit counties.President Barack Obama's signature Saturday on the federal disaster declaration lets residents in Greenbrier, Kanawha and Nicholas counties get aid for temporary housing and home repairs, receive low-cost loans to cover uninsured property losses, and qualify for other assistance for individuals and business owners.More than 24,000 homes and businesses remained without power Saturday evening.Fifteen of the 16 deaths in Greenbrier County struck the tiny town of Rainelle. Help came from multiple sources, including two search and rescue teams from Virginia.
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