Stephanie Bentley of the Pike County Health Department gave Steve Thacker a tetanus shot Tuesday in Marrowbone. Thacker said his truck was destroyed on Harless Creek, where his parents live. Damage assessments and clean-up from Saturday's flash flood continued Tuesday.
Stephanie Bentley of the Pike County Health Department gave Steve Thacker a tetanus shot Tuesday in Marrowbone. Thacker said his truck was destroyed on Harless Creek, where his parents live. Damage assessments and clean-up from Saturday's flash flood continued Tuesday.
Stephanie Bentley of the Pike County Health Department gave Steve Thacker a tetanus shot Tuesday in Marrowbone. Thacker said his truck was destroyed on Harless Creek, where his parents live. Damage assessments and clean-up from Saturday's flash flood continued Tuesday.

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