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LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – Help is on the way in eastern Kentucky.

A Lexington-based business is donating more than 800 cases of water to those who will be without it for months.

Nearly two weeks after tragic flooding changed lives and destroyed hundreds of homes across eastern Kentucky. Amteck is sending water to those who will need it for flood-damaged water systems. After the powerful floods damaged water systems, water has been limited.

“We have had several employees, it is their family members that have lost homes, we have not had any fatalities in that group itself. You know it touches close to home so for sure,” said Daren Turner, CEO of Amteck.

People who live in eastern Kentucky said they have been going through several cases of water daily for drinking and for cleaning their muddy possessions.