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Mother, Child Possibly Swept Away By Kentucky Flooding

(Lee County, KY)  --  Police in Kentucky are saying a mother and her child might have been swept away by high water today.  A powerful storm system is slamming the region, bringing heavy rain and wind.  Police in Lee County said today that a vehicle had been seen going underwater that may have been carrying a child and adult.  After local authorities failed to locate the vehicle, state rescue teams were dispatched to help.  A woman was killed early this morning when a tree fell on top of her at a campsite in the Lexington area during heavy flooding.

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