At height of storm, one-third of state lost electrical service
By Linda Ireland
Tuesday, February 17, 2009 at 7:00 pm
Freddie Carter was one of several hundred people living along Bardstown Road who lost electricity during the Jan. 27 ice storm. His neighbors had power restored a week ago.
Freddie, however, is still without electricity. The line from the pole to his house broke and Nolin RECC workers, busy in other sections of the county, had not repaired it by Monday evening.
He put a “No power. Line down.” sign in his yard to attract attention of workers.
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