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#124975 - 01/15/07 08:15 PM Ice Storm in N.E. Oklahoma
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These are pictures of ice damage in my area and to my house. Looks like a new service entrance for me.

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#124977 - 01/15/07 08:17 PM Re: Ice Storm in N.E. Oklahoma
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#124978 - 01/16/07 02:36 AM Re: Ice Storm in N.E. Oklahoma
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Great photo's !

Pity that your service entrance got damaged with this storm.

Hope you get your power sorted out soon.
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#124979 - 01/16/07 03:53 AM Re: Ice Storm in N.E. Oklahoma
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BUMP!
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#124980 - 01/16/07 05:45 AM Re: Ice Storm in N.E. Oklahoma
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Holy smokes!

How do you even get around to begin the cleanup when everything is still frozen?

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#124981 - 01/16/07 05:42 PM Re: Ice Storm in N.E. Oklahoma
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What's the red car?

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#124982 - 01/16/07 09:49 PM Re: Ice Storm in N.E. Oklahoma
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Looks like you've got some work to do. Can you run an extension cord to a neighbor's house for now?

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#124983 - 01/17/07 10:24 AM Re: Ice Storm in N.E. Oklahoma
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I would run the new riser through the roof

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#124984 - 01/19/07 08:40 AM Re: Ice Storm in N.E. Oklahoma
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Tree limbs weren’t the only thing breaking. There were three towers in a row with broken or bent arms on that side.

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