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Monday, July 13, 2015

Fort Thomas Kentucky - Storm Pictures (7-13-15)

Customers Affected: 2,365
Number of Outage Locations: 17
First Reported: Jul 13, 1:41 PM
Latest Estimated Restoration: Assessing damage; 5:00 p.m. 
Damien Skop. On US 27, by Woodfill Elementary. 
Mollie Bell. Ohio Avenue. 

A large power line is down on Highland Avenue just before Highland Hills Baptist Church. Power is out in the middle and south end of town. 
Power lines and trees are down as a result of the sudden tornado-like storm that rolled through Campbell County. FTM is working with FTPD to get a list of hazardous road conditions and closures.

If you have reader submitted photos and information, please submit them so that we can continue to spread the word.

According to Fort Thomas Police, there are no closures at this time.

Mike Jansen. 

Judy Dedeker. 

Jennifer Fields Summer. 

Chelsea Arnold. Camp Springs. 

Randy Adams. 
Erik Geiman. FTFD are clearing the roads here off of US 27. 

Khrys Crawford.
Randy Adams. Corner of Highland and Grand. 

Reader submitted info:

- Ohio Avenue tree blocking street. 
- Rossmore Avenue tree blocking street. 
- Huge tree down on Summit. 
- No power, Nob Hill. 
- Minor flooding on Memorial Parkway
- No power on Daisy Lane and Newman Ave
- No power on Kimberly 


  1. Was this just high winds or a tornado? I was traveling but heard that there had been warnings.

    1. Tornado sirens went off and a warning was given for Campbell, but I don't know that anything actually touched down. Saw there were spurts of 60/70 MPH winds, though.