At least 14 deaths were reported across the Northeast after dangerous flash floods swept across the area.
The remnants of Tropical Storm Ida were seen throughout the Northeast, leading to flash flood and tornado warnings in New York and New Jersey.
The mammoth storm sparked torrential rain, flash floods and tornadoes that pummeled the region.
“I don’t want to lie,” hero pilot Joel Boyers said. “It was almost a little fun for me.”
Recent flooding in Tennessee and North Carolina highlights the threat of extreme precipitation in a warming world.
Search crews with dogs went door-to-door and looked through debris to find the missing.
Many of the missing live in the neighborhoods where the water rose the fastest, Humphreys County Sheriff Chris Davis said.
Torrential rains have destroyed homes and bridges, carried away cars and made roads unusable in three Black Sea provinces.
In the past 24 hours, nearly 12 inches of rain fell on the camps hosting more than 800,000 Rohingya.
People were trapped in waist-high water on the subway and cars floated through the streets as severe floods tore through China’s Henan province.