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Berry Home, one of two totally destroyed in Knifley Explosion

2014-02-13 - Elkhorn Road, Knifley, KY - Photo Special to CM. The Mike Berry Home, above, was one of two homes destroyed by the pipeline explosion this morning, as was the home diagonally across the road owned by Jim Hardin. A third home, directly across KY 76/Elkhorn Road, owned by Kathy and Bradley Tucker, was heavily damaged by a spray of falling rocks. Mrs. Tucker said the roof was protecting them for a period of time. "We couldn't leave because of the danger of falling rocks," she said at the Knifley Fire House. "But later our son, Justin Tucker, came and got us. I couldn't say how long - but it seemed like an eternity. I didn't know if we'd make it or not." Mrs. Tucker is an aunt of 51st District Rep. John BAM Carney. - Ed Waggener
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