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Severe storms cause damage, flooding, power outages throughout Kentucky

Severe storms caused issues throughout Kentucky and damage reports continued throughout the day Thursday.

LEXINGTON, Ky. - Severe storms caused issues throughout Kentucky and damage reports continued throughout the day Thursday.

Trees toppled over in many areas of Lexington, including Armstrong Mill Road, where the road was closed between Squires Hill Lane and Delong Road because of downed trees.

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced an emergency road closure at Colby Road and Combs Ferry Road in Clark County because of tree damage.

Kentucky Utilities reported thousands without power in Fayette and Woodford Counties because of the severe thunderstorms. Heavy rains have caused flash flooding in many areas. Some viewers measured more than 3 inches of rain in a short period of time. Roads in Mercer and Boyle Counties have water over them. This includes Ky. 127 south of Harrodsburg. Emergency managers in Harrison County received reports of trees down and a barn roof which blew off near Kelat.

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