Of 70s but time sunday rolls around at soaking up the weather ... undertakes a much new this morningin their own home this m as fadia patterson explains... a s-u-v almost ended up in the same room with them.
Those two weren't the only ones in the home... when that suv hit.
Police say there were others sleeping in their rooms. l32-line:427563:lpd: driver crashes into home beacon hill road lexington police say that driver was traveling on beacon hill... left the roadway and crashed into the home just after three this morning.
Luckily the suv did not go into the home.
If it did... it would have went into the living room where two people sitting and watching t-v.
Police say the suv did significant damage to the home.
The fire department came to the scene and condemned the home.
The family inside was forced to go and stay somewhere else.
Police say no one was injured.
They believe alcohol was a factor in this crash and the driver was arrested at the scene.
Reporting live in lexington... fadia patterson.... abc 36 news.
Clean up in some parts of kentucky... after those strong storms rolled in wednesday.
Heavy rain.... and hail.... strong wind gusts and lightning hit central kentucky.
This is in lexington... where water flooded roads.
Police were on scene to make sure drivers stayed aware of the high water..
This is in boyle county.... where the sheriff's department posted this photo to their facebook page... showing a tree blown down at the intersection of u-s 127 south and bon-ta lane.
And lincoln county e-m-a also shared these photos of the storm on their facebook page... warning people not to approach any downed trees or power lines in their area.
The national weather service say a mobile home in henry county turned over with a family inside... but no one was injured.
And another unoccupied mobile home flipped in hardin county.
There are no reports of injuries from the storms. the coroner has identified a man found dead after a house fire in pulaski county.
This is a picture of the home on summit avenue from the commonwealth- journal.
State police say the victim was 28-year- old charles kennedy of somerset.
The fire happened tuesday morning at around 10-30.
Investigators do not suspect foul play... .but do not know the exact cause of death.
Still no arrests in a drive-by shooting in lexington.
We told you about this yesterday on good morning kentucky.
It happened on east sixth street... near shropshire... close to william wells brown elementary school.
According to police... the teenager said he was standing with friends... when he was hit during a drive-by shooting.
Police say that victim, was shot once and taken to the hospital by a family member .
A townhome and a car in the area was hit by bullets.
No one else was injured.
Police are investigating another shooting in lexington... this one happened at around 1:30 wednesday afternoon.
Police say someone shot a man... once in the leg... near railroad tracks behind coolavin apartments.
It is not considered life-threatening.
That reported victim ran to west sixth street for help.
Police have not released a name.... and no one's been arrested.
The search continues for a missing nicholas county man.
He's 45-year-old perry loh.
He's six-foot-four.... 210 pounds.
Searchers looked in lake carnico tuesday... but say they didn't come up with anything.
Emergency management says he hasn't been in touch with his family... since last friday or saturday.
A follow up to a story we brought you yesterday on good morning kentucky.
State police say an arrest has been made in a double shooting in jackson county.
State police say 39-year-old steven jones and 37-year- old george maupin were found shot at a home on highway 2004 near sand gap tuesday night.
The two were airlifted to u-k hospital.
However... state police say their wounds were not life-threatening.
Police say they were shot during a fight.
One man has been arrested in connection to the shootings.
Police say 36-year- old eric king is charged with two counts of assault and possession of a handgun by a felon.
He is in the jackson county jail.
A referee... who worked the u-k- north carolina "elite eight" game..... has been getting criticism.... and even death threats... about how he called the game.
He talked with our sister station in omaha, nebraska..
A-b-c 36's melanie kendall has the story... 'what do you think of this from cal johnipari" another bogus better business bureau complaint at john higgins roofing company... weatherguard.
Higgins: "we got 25 thousand emails, 2-3 thousand phone calls a day, the relentless phone calls haven't stopped... "they hung up."
After kentucky lost to north carolina many blamed referee higgins.
But the calls have turned into death threats.
They talked about my family and me and my kids that was hard..."
The f-b-i is stepping in and investigators have flagged five legitmate threats.
Covered: "it was a little frightening" higgins still reffed the final four..
With extra security..
And he doesn't plan to stop.
We're gonna miss calls and miss plays, whether or not we miss them or don't miss them, it doesn't give people the right to threaten their lives and livelihood."
Abc 36 news.
Bam adebayo will try to go pro.... but he left the door open to coming back to u-k.
More on that... now in sports.
Bam adebayo will throw his hat in the ring looking ahead to the nba draft...the big difference though between bam's decision to leave and his two fellow freshmen in de'aaron fox and malik monk...bam will not sign with an agent... that means the big fella could come back to lexington for a sophomore season... fox is gone...his autograph tour is already in motion...the somerset wildcat wearhouse first up friday from 5:30-7... simple question to fox...why go now and how tough was it to leave?
The road to the kentucky derby and the first saturday in may is all about taking home roses...and some hardware... churchill downs unveiled this year's trophy wednesday... look at it...14 karat gold and green gold...65 ounces of championship perfection...plus a beautiful jade base the same artisan team has been hand crafting the piece since 1975... it's a 5-6 month process...but the 22- inch piece is worth it's weight in more than just gold if you ask it's maker.
Time is... she's worth a fortune...