LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — Friday hosted devastating and deadly weather across Kentucky and now the Lexington Division of Emergency Management is asking those impacted to report damage to prepare of possible federal and state funding for repairs.
“The information will be used to determine total property damage from these storms in Fayette County,” said John Bobel, Lexington Emergency Management, in a news release.
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- 2 reported dead after severe weather in Kentucky
- 3 tractor trailers blown over by wind in Fayette County
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Lexington Emergency Management stressed, there is no current promise to provide financial assistance, but to create an accurate assessment of Friday’s damages.
Reports must be filed using the city’s digital form. Some information will automatically fill in, but those filling out the form are asked to influence pictures and describe the nature of the damage in as much detail as possible.
File a report here.