EMT workers involved in ambulance crash

The Captain said had the weather been better they would have flown her out.

More thunderstorms are expected this afternoon. A few could be on the strong side.

Rounds of strong to severe storms continue to move into the mountains, causing power outages in several counties.

As people in the Evarts community of Harlan county continue repairing damages from the last severe storm, they are also now working to make sure they are more prepared for severe weather now and in the future.

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