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Thursday, 20 Feb 2003 ( #95 ) - LEXINGTON, United States
Lexington, Kentucky has been suffering from a severe winter ice storm, which has caused an electrical  power loss to Clark Material Handling Company from Sunday, Feb 16.  The power is still off as of today, Wednesday, Feb 19.   Clark is suffering from a main electrical power loss, the facilities are completely closed due to no power and  phones / faxes / computer servers are not functioning.  More than 70,000 residents have also lost power, with significant ice damage, falling trees, traffic lights out, many accidents, etc.  The Lexington area is in a state of emergency.

The Clark Parts Distribution Center in Louisville, Kentucky is operating at normal strength, however, the email ordering system has been interrupted.  All parts orders should be faxed to the Clark Parts Distribution Center in Louisville at fax 502-966-2343.  All Clark contacts will be notified as soon as power is restored at Clark.
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