Hillsgrove, Sullivan County - Even though it is one of the smallest counties in our area, parts of Sullivan County are still dealing with big problems.
Roads are still closed and many homes were washed away in the Hillsgrove and Forksville areas.
Because of all the damage, the popular Bowhunter's Festival has been cancelled for this weekend in Forksville.
Standing outside the Hillsgrove Fire Company, Carole and Pete Thomas say they're lucky to be alive.
As they look around the damage done in their community, they say they got out of their home with just the clothes on their back.
"We were unable to take anything. It was just...we thought it was a little too dangerous so we just thought we'd better go," Carole Thomas said.
The couple's trailer home is now wrapped around a tree, miles away from where it should be standing.
Damage is evident almost everywhere you go in this part of Sullivan County.
"I can't even describe it. It was so bad. Go down Route 87 towards Montoursville, it's really bad. I just can't believe all this," Pete Thomas said.
On Route 154 in Forks Township, fast moving flood waters took away chunks of the road.
In the community of Forksville itself, many homes are like the Myers home, which was destroyed by nearly three feet of water.
"Everything in the whole house is gutted. We had to take up the sub-floors, the walls, everything," homeowner Nesta Myers said.
Muddy posessions, keepsakes and memories now line the front yards of many homes. While sad, most people say they just have to move on.
"There's a lot of things that you look and you want to cry but there's no sense of crying because there's already enough water," Myers said.
Many people are still being helped out at the Hillsgrove Fire Company. The Red Cross is set-up there with food and water.
Starting at 5:00 PM Friday night, volunteers say they will also be able to give out tetnus shots to anyone that needs them.