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National Guard helps during emergency

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Troops distribute water, food through FEMA

By Linda Ireland

Kentucky National Guardsmen arrived in LaRue County Wednesday, bringing food and bottled water to families who have been without power more than a week. Ninety percent of local residents lost electricity and many lost water when the Jan. 27 ice storm hit.

A convoy dropped off several cases of water and ready-to-eat meals at the Magnolia Fire Department. In the first 14 hours of the relief effort, FEMA had provided about 500 meals to residents, said E-911 coordinator Chris Jackson.


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