Kentucky Governor Declares State Of Emergency

Kentucky Governor Declares State Of Emergency

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear, a Democrat, has declared a state of emergency after severe weather swept through the ‘Bluegrass State’ this week.

The storms started Monday and carried into Tuesday.

According to WBKO 13 News, the state of Kentucky experienced heavy rain, hail, lightning, intense winds, and possible tornadoes.

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“We have reports of substantial damage to a number of structures – and thankfully, as of right now we are not aware of any fatalities,” Beshear said.

“We need all Kentuckians to stay weather aware as we brace for more severe weather throughout the afternoon and evening,” he added.

WBKO 13 News reports:

Due to pending weather conditions, the Governor closed all Executive Branch state office buildings Tuesday, April 2, beginning at noon. The Kentucky Emergency Operations

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