Tree falls on woman; widespread power outages in Boyle Co.

DANVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ)- According to the Advocate-Messenger, windy conditions of 25 mph, with gusts up to 40 mph in Boyle County, may have caused the power outages throughout Danville and Junction City Thursday afternoon.

About 2,000 residents are currently without power according to Boyle County Emergency Management director Mike Wilder.

Use caution when driving due to traffic lights being out and tree limbs falling.

The newspaper says the roof blew off a house in Junction City and hit a transformer. Also, a female walking her dog in Jackson Park has been struck by a fallen tree and may have broken bones, Wilder said.

Firefighters said they initially thought they would need chainsaws to free the woman from under the tree but they weren’t required.

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