Churchill Downs hit hard by possible twister


Churchill Downs hit hard by possible twister
Churchill Downs workers scrambled to corral horses driven from their collapsing barns when a possible tornado hit the famed Kentucky Derby horse track and officials must to decide when races can resume after several buildings including the chapel were damaged.

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