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Update: Big Brothers/Big Sisters & YMCA Offices Back Open

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Updated: 4/23/2013 6:32 pm
     The Big Brothers/Big Sisters & YMCA Offices located on Georgetown Street in Lexington are back open after officials say a car ran into the building two weeks ago.

    According to the organizations a driver at the neighboring laundromat accidentally put the car in 'drive' instead of 'reverse' and slammed into the building taking out a portion of the brick wall and a window.

    The two groups had to move their offices to a community center on Third Street while repairs were completed.

    Bluegrass Big Brothers/ Big Sisters CEO and President Eric Ward says the repairs cost 16-thousand dollars.
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