PSO reports 68,000 outages in Tulsa County


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Updated: 7/24/2013 2:32 pm Published: 7/24/2013 6:08 am


PSO officials told FOX23 there are more than 68,000 customers without power in Tulsa County. 

They said midtown is the hardest hit area. Crews are waiting for daybreak to start assessing damage.

They said it could take days to restore power.

Other outages:

From PSO-
Wagoner County- 120
Osage - 461
Creek- 589

From OG & E
Sapulpa - 1783
Bixby- 991
Muskogee - 3703
Eufaula- 881
Porum 581
Warner 866
Ft. Smith 1950

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Jersey - 7/24/2013 9:42 AM
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Your an Idiot!!!!!

Steve In Tulsa - 7/24/2013 7:21 AM
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And Obama has set the EPA to shut down half of our power generation in the next two years because clean coal isn't clean enough. Our air is insanely clean compared to the sixties. We have come so far and continue to improve all the time. But that isn't enough for the totalitarians. Obama is shutting down half of our power generation and he has no plan to have any replacement online before they shut down. If they stay in business Obama will fine them and make prices skyrocket. If they shut down there will be rolling blackouts every summer and winter and prices will skyrocket. Tell Obama to leave the coal industry alone and stop forcing electrical plants to close. We need more power not less. Power drives out industries and the cost of everything will go up thanks to Obama and his totalitarian democrat fascists
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