Russell Cave Elementary To Remain Closed Wednesday

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Updated: 1/02/2013 12:02 am
Students at Russell Cave Elementary in Lexington will get an unexpected day added to their holiday break on Wednesday.

The school will be closed due to an electrical problem, which meant no heat in the facility.

Contractors worked to fix the problem on New Year's Day, which included underground work.

Fayette County School officials said they hoped the school would be able to reopen on Thursday.

Classes will resume as scheduled on Wednesday, January 2, 2013, for all other Fayette County Public Schools.
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