This photo shows cracking and settling in a road to the cemetery near Loyall, in Harlan County. The headstones of Samuel and Cloey Howard are at the center of the photo, just past a spot that has settled several feet.
This photo shows cracking and settling in a road to the cemetery near Loyall, in Harlan County. The headstones of Samuel and Cloey Howard are at the center of the photo, just past a spot that has settled several feet. Bill Estep bestep@herald-leader.com
This photo shows cracking and settling in a road to the cemetery near Loyall, in Harlan County. The headstones of Samuel and Cloey Howard are at the center of the photo, just past a spot that has settled several feet. Bill Estep bestep@herald-leader.com

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