Lightning strike uncovers 1930's grave

By CINDY BAXLEY,

Clarke County Coroner Greg Fairchild, along with Emergency Management and a crew from the county road department worked Monday to preserve a grave in the Shubuta Cemetery that had been presumably struck by lightning.

 
 
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