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Storms barely scrape county

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By The Staff

Winds that tore through the Midwest and hit Louisville and southern Indiana hard did relatively little damage here Tuesday night.

In Shelbyville, two large trees came down, said City Public Works Director Al Minnis. His crew was sawing up a part of a large ash tree that came down on utility wires, split a telephone pole and landed on the roof of a building on Bradshaw Street. Another large tree came down on a fence near Daniel Field.

Bagdad Fire Chief Rusty Newton said a tree fell on a house in Bagdad but did only minor damage.


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