Lexington police and firefighters, members of the First Responders Missional Community, on Friday helped Johnson County residents gather debris left from flooding that overtook the area in about an hour on July 13. The Lexington group planned to stay through Sunday.
Lexington police and firefighters, members of the First Responders Missional Community, on Friday helped Johnson County residents gather debris left from flooding that overtook the area in about an hour on July 13. The Lexington group planned to stay through Sunday. Herald-Leader
Lexington police and firefighters, members of the First Responders Missional Community, on Friday helped Johnson County residents gather debris left from flooding that overtook the area in about an hour on July 13. The Lexington group planned to stay through Sunday. Herald-Leader

Lexington police, firefighters help Flatgap residents pick up pieces after devastating flood

July 24, 2015 06:17 PM

UPDATED July 26, 2015 01:29 AM

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