Crews search Garrard Co. cavern for clues about Savannah Spurlock

Savannah Spurlock

GARRARD, Ky. (WTVQ)- A 911 call led to a search for missing Richmond mother, Savannah Spurlock, Saturday night in a cavern.

Police, state troopers, emergency management staff, and fire and rescue workers say they searched the cavern in Garrard County for clues.

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The search included lowering a member of the Camp Dick Rescue Squad into the cavern.

Garrard County Emergency Management says, unfortunately, the search didn’t lead to anymore information about Spurlock’s disappearance.

She was last seen early in January leaving a Lexington bar.

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