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This morning as we look back to the situation that has happened over the weekend in Kentucky.
And sad to report -- right now that there is another -- reported there after this weekend's tornadoes 22 people have now lost their lives in the Bluegrass State.
And cleanup efforts are getting under way the snow.
That they had is said to be melting today but it -- make things any easier.
Yeah the National Guard we visited Maine this thing -- -- event so.
Will live thing that we lived -- the tornado will live through this -- but you can.
I want to cure here in the middle always someone -- we have in place to go look yourself feel very fortunate didn't.
I just feel -- for these people.
-- -- is live in west liberty Kentucky one of the hardest hit areas and that state morning -- in my.
Good morning -- and if you look behind me you can see some of the power crews working behind me and a lot of -- is going out to these power cruiser 125.
Guys in ten crews and they have been working around the clock they work through the driving snow yesterday.
Work through the bitter cold and we can -- tell you that power is restored to about 95%.
Of the grid.
And you may be asking if you got a house has been knocked down by a tornado.
How do you restore power -- what you can do is restore power right up to the front of the house in the event that you rebuild he can tap into that power once again I can also tell you.
All but one of the cell towers in the state of Kentucky's back up and running.
Hi Mike thank you very much Mike Tobin I reporting from any deficit situation -- -- on the -- By the day.
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