Counties Cleaning Up From Severe Storm Damage

Contributor: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 12/23/2013 12:14 am

Several counties are cleaning up from severe storm damage that happened this weekend.

Kentucky Emergency Management said a number of roofs were blown off in Cynthiana, like China House and the Prizing House.

They also said around 1,500 homes lost power in Harrison County.

In Frankfort, winds knocked down the Christmas tree in front of the Old Capitol Building and South Elkhorn Creek topped its banks.

A tree fell on a house in Georgetown and split it in two. There was also a barn that was destroyed a Scott County barn on Devil’s Hollow Road and also leveled a shed.

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