William George remembers the flood of 1937

"The one thing I remember most vividly is the darkness," William George Jr. tells us about the 1937 flood. Mr. George, now 97, was a 27-year-old Covington resident when the flood waters rose that year. Amanda Carnes talks to him about his memories of that time. Visit CET's 1937 Flood website for video and community memories.

Length: 
10 minutes
Date Recorded: 
01/11/2007
Location Recorded: 
Florence, Ky.