Tree Falls On House As Storms Hit Lexington

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Updated: 8/10/2012 12:38 am
Another round of storms hit Kentucky on Thursday, causing some downed trees and other damage.

In Lexington, a woman is looking ahead to some clean-up work. A tree fell on her home on East Fourth Street Thursday afternoon. Kathy McCullough says she's not sure if it was lightning strike or not. But she knows it took out a gutter, hit the chimney, and caused her to lose power. She says KU and her insurance company have already paid a visit.

There are also reports of trees down in Versailles and Nicholasville, and some apartments flooded in London.
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