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  • Update on Whitaker Ball Park Accident
    Exercise-Exercise-Exercise DATE: 9-19-2018 News Release 004 at 1058 Media Inquiries Only: (859) 280-8099 Avoid Russell Cave Road and Whitaker Bank Ballpark Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government’s Division of Emergency Management is asking Fayette County residents to avoid the vicinity of two ongoing incidents, located on Russell Cave Road and at Whitaker Bank Ballpark, respectively. A train […]
  • Jacobson Park operational as a reception center
    Exercise-Exercise-Exercise DATE: 09-19-18 Jacobson Park Activation News Release 005 at 1107 Media Inquiries Only: (859) 280-8099 First Responders and Community Aid Agencies Arriving At Lexington’s Jacobson Park ~ Expect Traffic Impact The Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government (LFUCG) Divisions of Emergency Management, Police, Fire and Emergency Services, Human Services and The Salvation Army, The American Red […]
  • Train Accident in north Lexington releases dangerous gas; shelter in place order in effect
    Exercise-Exercise-Exercise DATE: 9-19-2018 News Release 003 at 1023 Media Inquiries Only: (859) 280-8099 Anhydrous Ammonia leaking from overturned train A train carrying Anhydrous Ammonia has overturned onto Russell Cave Road near WLEX-TV studios. At least one car is leaking. Emergency Management is telling people within a half-mile radius of the site to shelter in place […]

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