Overnight, a tornado that stayed on the ground for more than 200 miles ravaged several counties in Kentucky.Among the hardest hit areas were Mayfield, Kentucky — which is about three hours outside of Louisville — where a candle factory full of workers was leveled, as well as Spencer County, Taylor County and Bowling Green.Bullitt and Hardin counties reported damage as well. In all, there are damage reports in 17 counties. We have crews at several of these places. Here’s what we’re seeing:Graves County, MayfieldSpencer CountyBowling Green Muhlenberg CountyWLKY will continue to update this story.

Overnight, a tornado that stayed on the ground for more than 200 miles ravaged several counties in Kentucky.

Among the hardest hit areas were Mayfield, Kentucky — which is about three hours outside of Louisville — where a candle factory full of workers was leveled, as well as Spencer County, Taylor County and Bowling Green.

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Bullitt and Hardin counties reported damage as well.

In all, there are damage reports in 17 counties. We have crews at several of these places.

Here’s what we’re seeing:

Graves County, Mayfield

Spencer County

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spencer co. damage

Hearst Owned

mayfield tornado damage

Bowling Green

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Ohio County

Muhlenberg County

WLKY will continue to update this story.

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