Police Tower Falls Due To Wind

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Updated: 3/12 6:07 pm
On Wednesday morning strong winds were blamed for knocking over a radio tower.

It happened on Old Frankfort Pike at the Lexington Police Department’s fitness center.

According to the Lexington Fire Department the tower hit at least five vehicles in the parking lot when it fell.

The fire department removed the tower in pieces after cutting the portion that fell.

Lexington Police say the radio tower is supplementary, and didn’t expect it to cause any problems for the police department.

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