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Storm damage reported in Adair - first responders out

From Gale Cowan, Adair County Judge Executive

There are reports of multiple trees & power lines down, including power outages throughout Adair County.

We do have all fire departments, other emergency responders, including electric companies, and state and county road departments out in Adair County working on removing trees, debris, and power lines out of the roads.

Roads affected by storm debris include:
  • Casey Creek Road
  • Buell Collins Road
  • Bull Run Lane
  • Sano Road
  • Liberty Road
  • Hwy 55 South Road
  • Tucker Warren Road
  • Clear Springs Lane
  • Taylor FoRoad Road
  • Cumberland Parkway
Please do not call 911 to report your power outage. If you have one, you need to call your power company yourself due to our dispatchers being covered in emergency calls due to this storm.




This story was posted on 2022-06-22 20:07:42
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