Garrard County Cleans Up Mess From Storm

The damage caused by this ice storm is substantial in nearly every community.

Nearly 70 percent of Garrard County is without power. Officials there are now concerned about the safety of their drinking water.

The city cut water service to much of the county on Wednesday morning because officials said they need to have water in reserve in case of fire in the city limits.

Water service has since been restored to most customers, but people are still being advised to boil their water for three minutes if it is to be used for drinking or cooking.

Every city employee in Lancaster was called in on Wednesday to help cut away downed trees and branches to help make it easier for power company officials to do their job and restore power.

In addition to damaging power lines, many homes have been damaged as trees crack and fall.

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  • by kk Location: garrard on Feb 18, 2009 at 10:40 AM
    manoman scary
  • by Lisa Location: Nicholasville on Jan 29, 2009 at 06:54 AM
    How are people supposed to boil their water if THEY HAVE NOT ELECTRICITY?!?!?! I have a 5 month old and NO POWER. The electricty guys came out Tuesday morning to tell us the didn't know when power would come back on, to wait til morning then watch the news. Seriously. How am I going to watch the news WITHOUT ELECTRICITY?!?!?!?!


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