High Winds Leave Power Outages & Damage In Lexington

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Updated: 10/31/2013 10:31 pm
High winds left damage throughout Lexington Thursday night.

Firefighters put out a small fire on Chinoe Road.

They say a tree limb fell on an electrical wire.

The owners were not home and no one was hurt.

But firefighters say the entire street lost power.

Crews were called to a downed tree off Richmond Road on Walnut Hill.

A tree also fell onto a driveway on Belmont Drive.

There were power outages in several areas, including south Lexington in the Copperfield subdivision.

Tune into ABC 36 News at 11 for more details.
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