Authorities have reported a total of 32 deaths in eight states as Ike moved from Texas northeastward across the U.S. midsection:
Texas - seven dead, including one person found in a submerged vehicle in Galveston and a 4-year-old Houston boy dead of apparent carbon monoxide poisoning from an emergency generator.
Louisiana - six dead, including a 16-year-old boy trapped in rising water.
Tennessee - two dead, both golfers killed by a falling tree.
Arkansas - one killed by a tree falling on a mobile home.
Ohio - four dead, including one killed by a tree falling on a home.
Indiana - six dead, including a father and son killed helping children escape from a ditch.
Illinois - two dead, including an elderly man found in a flooded backyard.
Missouri - three dead, including a woman struck by a tree limb and an elderly man suspected of drowning in a flooded yard.
Kentucky - one dead, a 10-year-old boy struck by a tree limb while mowing a lawn.