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They came. They fixed the leak. 120 ft over Lake Cumberland

2013-01-06 - Fishing Creek Bridge, KY 80, Pulaski Co., KY - Photo by Junior Stotts. Barry Stotts, Doug Melton, Dan Lawhorn, and Ritchie Nanny, work high over Lake Cumberland to repair a leaking water line traversing Lake Cumberland. The line is attached underneath the Fishing Creek Bridge, which is approximately 1,000 feet long on KY 80 east of Nancy, KY. The water line is now back in service, providing clean potable water from the Western Pulaski Water District to the Nancy, Pulaski County area and on to the Russell/Pulaski County Line. The workmen are employees of Stotts Construction Company, Columbia, KY. - Photo by Junior Stotts Paired photo. See also: Water main leak 150 feet over Lake Cumberland
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