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Adair Road crew out tonight on flood of 3 Jul 2015 cleanup

Praise for Adair County Road Department. Guardian Angels were busy tonight on Old Gradyville Road, where a raging big creek rolled up sheets of newly laid blacktop like carpet.
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By Betsy Fausnaugh

Props need to go out to the Adair County Road crew!

They are working at 10pmCT, tonight, Friday, July 3, 2015, to clear and fix the bridge over Big Creek in Gradyville, KY.


Nice to know that they are making it safe for folks even on a holiday weekend.

There were several folks who decided to drive over it while it was still flooded. Guess the guardian angels were busy tonight. --Betsy Fausnaugh


This story was posted on 2015-07-03 23:02:53
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Gradyville Flood 3 Jul 2015 - Big Creek out of banks, again



2015-07-03 - Old Gradyville Road, Gradyville, KY - Photo By Betsy Fausnaugh .
(Fri 3 Jul 2015, at 6:38pmCT) - "Water is once again well over Old Gradyville Rd. at Big Creek! Creek is at least 20ft. out of it's banks. Turn around don't drown!" - Betsy Fausnaugh

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Gradyville Flood 3 Jul 2015 - Aftermath of Raging Big Creek



2015-07-03 - Old Gradyville Road, Gradyville, KY - Photo By Elizabeth Fausnaugh.
GRADYVILLE, KY (Fri 3 Jul 2015, 7:58pmCT) - "Looks like part of the new blacktop is gone again at the bridge over Big Creek." - Betsy Fausnaugh

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