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McCreary County was hit by extreme winter weather during Christmas weekend as temperatures plunged to -4 degrees Fahrenheit with a wind chill factor making it feel 10 to 15 degrees colder. A blanket of thick ice and light snow covered the area.
Emergency response personnel helped all McCreary County creatures great and small, both two-legged and four-legged, as they helped those who needed assistance traveling back and forth for dialysis, took heaters to a pregnant woman in need, and even helped one woman get her sliding glass door unfrozen and open so her beloved fur-baby could get outside to potty. Road crews, emergency response personnel, water district employees, utility workers, and others braved the frigid temperatures to keep McCreary Countians safe and warm.
As evidenced through the outpouring of photos posted to The Voice’s Facebook page, McCreary Countians weathered the extreme temperatures well and came up with lots of creative and fun ways to pass the time. The Voice is happy to share some of the photos in this week’s edition. See inside for more photos.