Severe Storms Tear Down Trees In Central Kentucky

Contributor: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 6/02/2013 1:25 am

Severe Storms spread across central Kentucky this afternoon causing trees to fall down in Lexington.

A tree that fell across Bowman Mill Road blocked the street for a few hours.

The National Weather Service also reporter a large tree limb that fell on a car in Lexington and tore down some power lines in Jessamine County.

Kentucky Utiliites reported several power outages after the storm.

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