Scot Stidham, with Asplundh, clears brush away from a downed power line Monday Feb. 20, 2012 in Perry County. Several inches of heavy, wet snow snow Sunday caused power failures throughout southeast Keentucky and out-of-town crews were called in to help American Electric Power get the lines operational.  Photo by John Flavell
Scot Stidham, with Asplundh, clears brush away from a downed power line Monday Feb. 20, 2012 in Perry County. Several inches of heavy, wet snow snow Sunday caused power failures throughout southeast Keentucky and out-of-town crews were called in to help American Electric Power get the lines operational. Photo by John Flavell
Scot Stidham, with Asplundh, clears brush away from a downed power line Monday Feb. 20, 2012 in Perry County. Several inches of heavy, wet snow snow Sunday caused power failures throughout southeast Keentucky and out-of-town crews were called in to help American Electric Power get the lines operational. Photo by John Flavell

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