Two deaths have been confirmed with a third possible in the wake of flooding this week in central Pennsylvania caused by five days of heavy rain. Improving conditions since early Thursday have allowed floodwaters to begin receding, with residents and officials now assessing the damage. Governor Tom Wolf says unfortunately, two deaths have been confirmed. The search continued Thursday for a third victim swept away by flood waters in York County. Wolf says if total damage from the flooding comes to at least 18 million dollars, local governments in the region would be eligible for federal disaster aid.