Gregg Williams looked through his belongings after his home was one of three destroyed Monday morning by a tornado near Eminence in Henry County. The National Weather Service said a tornado also touched down in Taylor County.
Gregg Williams looked through his belongings after his home was one of three destroyed Monday morning by a tornado near Eminence in Henry County. The National Weather Service said a tornado also touched down in Taylor County. AP
Gregg Williams looked through his belongings after his home was one of three destroyed Monday morning by a tornado near Eminence in Henry County. The National Weather Service said a tornado also touched down in Taylor County. AP

At least 2 tornadoes touch down in Kentucky

March 01, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED March 01, 2011 06:16 AM

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