COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Water trucks are rolling and National Guard troops are on the move in Ohio as more aid arrives in the aftermath of severe storms.
Federal emergency aid is bringing water into the state. First deliveries are going to a half dozen locations in southern Ohio. Federal and state officials are working on generator needs for critical places such as hospitals and emergency centers.
Some 200 National Guard troops are checking on residents' needs in Columbus and Dayton areas.
President Barack Obama and Gov. John Kasich declared emergencies in Ohio after hundreds of thousands were left without power during a heat wave.
The Associated Press