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Storm leaves 1 dead in KY, several homes damaged

One person has died and several homes damaged after a severe storm swept through parts of southern Kentucky and northern Tennessee. According to Logan County Sheriff Wallace Whittaker, an elderly woman was killed Saturday afternoon after she was hit by ...

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