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Storm Damage Reported Across Western Kentucky

storm damage surfkyWESTERN Ky. (1/14/13) – Officials throughout the Western Kentucky region have reported damage to two churches, a grain silo and other structures as strong winds and a possible tornado hit on Saturday afternoon.
 
Fortunately there have been no reports of injuries or deaths associated with the storms at this time.
 
In Livingston County, a gymnasium at North Livingston Baptist Church was destroyed and a steeple blown off at Hampton Methodist Church.
 
Hickman County Sheriff, Mark Green, confirmed that a grain bin fell over in Clinton.
 
Other counties have reported minor damage and flooded roadways associated with the storms.
 
The National Weather Service, along with local officials, will be inspecting the impacted areas to determine if it was straight line winds or a tornado.
 
Kentucky Emergency Management reminds Kentuckians to remain aware, alert, tuned to weather radios, local media broadcasts for weather updates and heed official advice.
 
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