Tue, 29 Apr 2014 19:07:59 GMT — Sunday's severe weather outbreak has claimed the life of a second Keokuk County resident. A spokesperson for the family of Pam Ledger informed KTVO she died on Tuesday morning as a result of injuries suffered during the storm. Ledger was critically injured when she was caught in a barn collapse near Martinsburg. Ledger worked at Cambridge investments in Fairfield for the past five years. Cambridge Vice President Cindy Schaus said Ledger will be dearly missed. She also expressed the desire of the family to have their privacy respected during this difficult time. The Associated Press has been reporting that the storm also killed a resident of Kinross. Kinross is in the northeast corner of Keokuk County. The name of that victim hasn't yet been made public. The Keokuk County's Sheriffâ??s Department declined to comment on either incident.
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