Two men who were thought to have been lost in West Virginia’s fatal flooding have been found alive, officials say. Along with 23 other people who were killed in the storms, two men were presumed dead after their camper was swept away in rushing waters. Twenty bodies have been found, and three people are missing and presumed dead. Officials have not released more information about how the two men were found or what their conditions were. Heavy rain is expected to continue this week in the state. “Everybody’s just keeping an eye on the sky,” said Tim Rock, a West Virginia emergency management spokesman.