Damaged to the Circuit Clerk's civil division office during a media tour of the water damaged Fayette Circuit Courthouse, 120 North Limestone St.,  in Lexington, Ky., Tuesday, October 22, 2013. Deputy Chief Justice Mary C. Noble of the Supreme Court of Kentucky conducted the tour. A water line break during the evening hours on Oct. 20 at the Robert F. Stephens Circuit Courthouse caused extensive damage to sections of the first, second, third and fourth floors. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff
Damaged to the Circuit Clerk's civil division office during a media tour of the water damaged Fayette Circuit Courthouse, 120 North Limestone St., in Lexington, Ky., Tuesday, October 22, 2013. Deputy Chief Justice Mary C. Noble of the Supreme Court of Kentucky conducted the tour. A water line break during the evening hours on Oct. 20 at the Robert F. Stephens Circuit Courthouse caused extensive damage to sections of the first, second, third and fourth floors. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
Damaged to the Circuit Clerk's civil division office during a media tour of the water damaged Fayette Circuit Courthouse, 120 North Limestone St., in Lexington, Ky., Tuesday, October 22, 2013. Deputy Chief Justice Mary C. Noble of the Supreme Court of Kentucky conducted the tour. A water line break during the evening hours on Oct. 20 at the Robert F. Stephens Circuit Courthouse caused extensive damage to sections of the first, second, third and fourth floors. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

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