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More than 78,000 remain without power after Oklahoma storm
November 29, 2015 16:32 GMT
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- More than 78,000 power outages remain across Oklahoma as a slow-moving storm brought ice and freezing rain to western and central sections of the state.
Oklahoma Gas & Electric -- the state's largest electric utility -- reported more than 74,000 outages Sunday morning with nearly 30,000 of those in Oklahoma City and nearly 17,000 in the Oklahoma City suburb of Yukon. About 15,500 more customers were without power in suburban Bethan, El Reno, Mustang and Warr Acres while about 2,800 had no electricity in Enid in northern Oklahoma.
Public Service Company of Oklahoma -- the second largest supplier of electricity in the state -- reported nearly 4,400 outages in southwestern Oklahoma, including nearly 2,200 in Washita County.
From the FOX 25 First Forecast Center...
Hello everyone...A few isolated to scattered t'storms possible late tonight and Wednesday mainly across northern and western Oklahoma but few and far between. ...
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