Crews work to restore power to 100,000 after tornadoes, flooding
OKLAHOMA CITY – More than 100,000 people lost power during the tornadoes and the flooding that followed.
Crews have worked hard to lower that number.
As of Monday, officials are reporting a little more than 17,000 people are still without power.
OG&E said their employees plus more than 400 contractors and workers from neighboring utility companies are working to get the power restored.
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