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Road still blocked for FM2 bread man but he's home

2019-03-14 - Cumberland County, KY - Photo by Paul Sullivan, Farmers Market bread booth.
The popular Farmers Market booth owner that everyone knows as "the bread man from Burkesville" has reported in on the high water around his place. He is still locked in but Cumberland County EMS has been his "Godsend", rafting him in and out. He had to stay in the hospital for eight days but they got him there and then brought him safely home where he made these photos yesterday. The one on the left shows his still-flooded driveway at his home on Goose Creek. He said water from the Wolf Creek Dam release is still pushing the creek 40 yards outside its boundaries and has his drive totally covered. On the right, well, he said his farm still looks like a lake. He ended his note with, "We need some dry weather coming after the storm, please keep us in your prayers."

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