Nicholas County Sheriff  Dick  Garrett talked about his handling of the incident involving a single-wide mobile home which overturned after it lost three of it's wheels while it was being moved along U.S. 68 in Nicholas County near Carlisle, Ky., pictured on Tuesday, November 18, 2008. The Nicholas County Sheriff's department said they worked for nearly 10 hours to get the trailer back on it's wheels before making the decision to push it off the road, overturning it and leaving the family to clean it up. The trailer had been blocking traffic on U.S. 68 for all of Friday night until it was pushed over by tractors. Photo by David Stephenson | Staff 7016
Nicholas County Sheriff Dick Garrett talked about his handling of the incident involving a single-wide mobile home which overturned after it lost three of it's wheels while it was being moved along U.S. 68 in Nicholas County near Carlisle, Ky., pictured on Tuesday, November 18, 2008. The Nicholas County Sheriff's department said they worked for nearly 10 hours to get the trailer back on it's wheels before making the decision to push it off the road, overturning it and leaving the family to clean it up. The trailer had been blocking traffic on U.S. 68 for all of Friday night until it was pushed over by tractors. Photo by David Stephenson | Staff 7016
Nicholas County Sheriff Dick Garrett talked about his handling of the incident involving a single-wide mobile home which overturned after it lost three of it's wheels while it was being moved along U.S. 68 in Nicholas County near Carlisle, Ky., pictured on Tuesday, November 18, 2008. The Nicholas County Sheriff's department said they worked for nearly 10 hours to get the trailer back on it's wheels before making the decision to push it off the road, overturning it and leaving the family to clean it up. The trailer had been blocking traffic on U.S. 68 for all of Friday night until it was pushed over by tractors. Photo by David Stephenson | Staff 7016

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