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Fri February 27, 2009
By Chad Lampe
Murray, Ky – It's been one month since the devastating ice storm struck the region. More than 700-thousand Kentuckians were without power. Many still remain without power. The Federal Emergency Management Agency was summoned to help with resources initially, and now are facilitating reimbursement for civic organizations and first responders. Chad Lampe speaks with FEMA public affairs specialist Diana Gee about the reimbursement process.