Fourth deceased victim discovered after flooding at Lake LBJ

JUNCTION, TX – The fourth and final victim of the recent Hill Country flooding has been found and identified, according to a statement released by Sheriff Hilario Cantu of the Kimble County Sheriff’s Office. After extensive forensic examination, the victim has been positively identified as Charlotte Moye of Flomaton, Alabama. Mrs. Moye was found on October 20, 2018, in the area of Circle Drive near Kingsland on Lake LBJ in Burnet County.

The flood washed through South Llano River RV Park on October 8, leaving a reported 19 people needing to be rescued, along with the loss of the four deceased individuals.

Sheriff Cantu says that Junction is still recovering from the flooding and the town is thankful that the number of injuries and deaths weren’t larger. He also adds that damages and losses are still being identified around the area.

Once the data is gathered, the city will submit it to State partners due to being included in the Governor’s declared disaster area.

“We will always remain grateful to the host of Junction rescuers who sprang into action, as well as the dozens of professional responders and searchers who came to our aid.”

The search for known victims is complete and the sheriff advises the community that there is no longer a need for anyone to continue searching and risk jeopardizing their own safety.

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