Woodford County Humane Society open after storms

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WOODFORD COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ)- The Woodford County Humane Society is now open again after Friday’s storms.

Woodford Humane says power came back on Saturday night.

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Volunteers and staff worked a full day Saturday, cutting and removing as much debris as they could.

There is still more to do. The humane society estimates it’s looking at $8-10,000 worth of damage.

Click here to learn how to get involved or donate.

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