Little Rock, Iowa, Power Could Be Out For Days
June 26, 2010, 4:15 PM
LITTLE ROCK, IA -
The tornado that swept through the Little Rock area left people there without power, and it could be out for another three days.
Little Rock fire chief Arden Kopischke said twenty crews from as far away as Mason City, Iowa and Albert Lea, Minnesota are out working to restore the downed lines.
Officials say at least 60 poles are down, leaving 400 people in the dark. Crews will continue working through the night, and they hope to have some electricity up and running by tomorrow morning.
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