Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear got emotional as he delivered an update on the damage caused by deadly tornadoes that devastated the region over the weekend, saying that like the residents in the western part of the state who are dealing with the aftermath of the storms, "I'm not doing so well today."
ANDY BESHEAR: I know, like the folks in Western Kentucky, I'm not doing so well today, and I'm not sure how many of us are. I was working on getting the confirmed. That's this morning, and realized I was writing on the back of-- of notes that one of my kids took from school. And here's what-- what it is.
It's-- it's notes on inertia. It means that an object that's in motion will stay in motion. So we're going to keep putting one foot in front of the other and push through this.
Everybody out there, get the help you need. Take care of yourself, and we'll continue to provide updates. To the people of Western Kentucky, we're not going anywhere.
We're going to be with you today. We're going to be with you tomorrow, and we're going to be there with you to rebuild. This is one state of people that love one another, and I think everybody in Kentucky, but also everybody in the country, is standing with you.