Lexington Sees High Water & Power Problems In Storm

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 8/13/2013 12:34 am
Parts of Lexington coped with high water and power problems Monday during storms.

Drivers saw high water at Davenport and Alexandria, among other areas.

The rain also knocked out some power in the city.

Traffic lights were out at Versailles Road and Parkers Mill.

Trees were also knocked down in the storms.
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