Heavy snow is taking its time moving through the state of Kentucky. This will be a historic once its all said and done with a few spots around a foot of snow.
Some families say they're shocked and angry over the conditions at a Northern Kentucky cemetery.
Several graves have been destroyed, while others are in disrepair, at the Forest Lawn Cemetery in Erlanger. That's in Kenton County.
Some graves are half-filled with dirt and water from melted snow. In other spots, markers were pushed into the ground, after being rolled over by heavy equipment.
One man says his wife of 60 years is buried in the cemetery.
"These people deserve better than that," Charles O'Donnell said. "They paid a lot for these monuments. It just isn't right."
The cemetery is operated by a company called Stonemore, which is based in Pennsylvania.
Their website isn't working, and they haven't returned calls to the media.