Tree Falls On Lexington House; Trapping Man Inside

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 6/04 11:36 pm
There were reports Wednesday night of some minor storm damage throughout the Commonwealth.

There were some small, sporadic power outages, according to Kentucky Utilities.

In Lexington, firefighters said a man was trapped inside a home after a tree fell on the structure.

It happened on Lynn Road.

Firefighters freed the man and said he was okay.

Meanwhile, there were also reports of downed trees along KY 519 near Peyton Ridge, in Morgan County.
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