All the losses were calculated in Kentucky following the storms, the governor said

At least 76 people have been confirmed dead in Kentucky as a result of hurricanes and typhoons

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Beshear said on Thursday the number of unidentified people in the province had risen to just a dozen, dropping from more than a hundred earlier in the week.

"Right now, the missing people based on the hurricane are no more," Beshear said earlier in a statement on Saturday.

Beshear applauded the news, which he received from state emergency services officials, saying he hoped it meant no more people in Kentucky would be found dead as a result of the storm.

At least 91 people have been confirmed dead, including 76 in Kentucky, in the form of hurricanes and tornadoes that once hit Arkansas, Tennessee, Illinois and Missouri last weekend, according to the NBC News tally.

"We mourn with their families," Beshear said on Saturday.

Assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency has been extended to six other states and that assistance benefits provided for funeral expenses have been increased to $ 10,000, according to Beshear.

Some houses remain powerless or under the advice of boiling water and 944 Kentuckians have been offered shelter in government hotels or parks. Applications were received in 14 Kentucky counties for disaster relief.

Last weekend's storm revealed the suspicious activity of workers in a candle factory after a tornado ripped through a building, killing eight workers and injuring many more.

Five workers told NBC News that management had threatened to fire about 15 people who wanted to leave work as the storm approached.

A lawsuit filed on Wednesday by some employees alleges that the company showed "indifference" to them on the night of the storm. The case seeks compensation for damages and penalties. News statistics.

Beshear said on Thursday the number of unidentified people in the province had risen to just a dozen, dropping from more than a hundred earlier in the week.

"Right now, the missing people based on the hurricane are no more," Beshear said earlier in a statement on Saturday.

Beshear applauded the news, which he received from state emergency services officials, saying he hoped it meant no more people in Kentucky would be found dead as a result of the storm.

At least 91 people have been confirmed dead, including 76 in Kentucky, in the form of hurricanes and tornadoes that once hit Arkansas, Tennessee, Illinois and Missouri last weekend, according to the NBC News tally.