Learning from Tulsa's worst ice storm

In early December 2007, somewhere inside shells of ice were power lines. Freezing rain clung to what became one of Tulsans most craved commodities: electricity.

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Mayor Maynot - 2/21/2013 1:44 AM
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The one in 2007 was something like waay out there in left field. Winters here in the 1960's were a little more snowy. We actually had snow for a few months back then. In the aftermath of the 2007 storm I helped carve the way through the debris. Later on hooking up with a local tree service for a year. Those were good days.

kindagreywolf - 2/20/2013 11:15 PM
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Fortunately O.K.Lahoma isn't a snow state. Unfortunately, that means O.K.Lahoma can't always be prepared. I think they did a great job during the power outages of 2007 even though I was without electric for two weeks. All we can hope for is the weather doesn't throw us to many curve balls.
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