Electrical Companies Respond to Worst Ice Storm in Kansas City History

The phone has been ringing off the hook at Tann Electric since a winter ice storm roared through Kansas City last week.

Frozen tree limbs crashed on power lines and ripped the meter housings apart from homes, leaving 387,000 homes without power. John Tann, president and owner of Tann Electric, said all 15 of his electricians responded to the disaster, the worst ice storm in Kansas City's history.

“Our philosophy is to get the power back on to the people as soon as we can,” Tan

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