Flash flooding is killing at least eight people and about 40 more are missing after heavy rainfall in Central Tennessee. Humphreys County Sheriff Chief Deputy Rob Edwards confirmed the deaths in the area about 70 miles west of Nashville. Officials are doing a house-to-house check in the worst-hit areas of the rural county with a population of about 18-and-a-half thousand people. About eight- to ten-inches of rain fell Saturday morning. Many homes are businesses are without power and cell phone coverage has been lost from the major carriers.