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Hundreds of thousands of Kentuckians remain in the dark today after the remnants of Hurricane Ike unleashed windstorms through the Commonwealth on Sunday -- knocking apart trees and downing power lines and forcing Gov. Steve Beshear to declare a state of emergency.
More than a half-million people were without power on Sunday, which Beshear called the largest power outage on record in Kentucky. Winds exceeded 70 mph in Shelby County and were clocked at 75 at Standiford Field.
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