OG&E reports 200,000-plus customers without power
Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co. reported more than 200,000 customers were without power across the metro area Tuesday morning.
OG&E had restored power to nearly 70,000 customers as of 11 a.m., but said ice accumulation continues to cause additional outages.
Edmond Electric was reporting nearly 8,000 customers without power.
The Oklahoma City Fire Department is asking residents not to call fire stations to report down tree limbs or power lines, unless a true emergency exists.
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