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What To Do If Your Power Goes Out

Springfield CU line crews working along side local power crews in Joplin Photo: Image by KTTS File Photo

What To Do If Your Power Goes Out

By Chase Snider. CREATED Feb 21, 2013

Utility company's are prepping for the worst in case ice and high winds take out power this morning.

If you find yourself in the dark fire officials have a few tips to make sure you stay safe.

They say to always run generators outside so carbon monoxide doesn't build up in your home.

In addition make sure your cleaning out things like your wood burning stove before lighting the match.

Keep a flashlight handy and a battery-powered radio tuned to KTTS 94.7FM for the latest updates and school closings
 
City Utilities, Springfield
1-888-863-9001
Twitter: @CityUtilities

Empire District Electric Co.
1-800-206-2300

White River Valley Electric Cooperative
1-800-879-4056
Twitter: @WhiteRiverEC

Ozark Electric Cooperative, Inc.
1-800-947-6393
Mt. Vernon area:  417-466-2144
Nixa area:  417-725-5160
Cape Fair area:  417-538-2273

Webster Electric Cooperative
(417) 859-2216
E-mail: outages@websterec.com

Southwest Electric Cooperative, Bolivar

1-800-262-0326

Ameren Missouri

1-800-552-7583

Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc.

(417) 881-1204

City of Nixa: Utilities
(417) 725-3229
Chase Snider

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Chase works as Digital Content Producer for KTTS.com, managing all the great web products, apps, social media pages and other online products for the market leading stations in the Ozarks.