A goose swam through a flooded portion of Kentucky River View Park on Monday in downtown Frankfort. A state of emergency remained in effect for Franklin County, where eight roads were closed because of flooding and four were closed due to structural failure
A goose swam through a flooded portion of Kentucky River View Park on Monday in downtown Frankfort. A state of emergency remained in effect for Franklin County, where eight roads were closed because of flooding and four were closed due to structural failure Herald-Leader
A goose swam through a flooded portion of Kentucky River View Park on Monday in downtown Frankfort. A state of emergency remained in effect for Franklin County, where eight roads were closed because of flooding and four were closed due to structural failure Herald-Leader

Emergency continues in Franklin County; a dozen roads remain closed by flooding

April 06, 2015 10:45 AM

UPDATED April 06, 2015 09:19 PM

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