Winter Winds Blow Roof Off Of Carlisle Building

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 1/06 7:20 pm
Frigid temperatures weren't the only outdoor element Central Kentuckians dealt with overnight.

Strong winds were also a big problem.

Some businesses in a building in downtown Carlisle had their roof blown off Sunday just after midnight.

It became entangled in power lines before crashing in front of another business.

Power was cut off until the lines could be repaired.

No other damage was reported.
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