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Asked at Massachusetts Street on June 5, 2016
Ryan Lee, between jobs, Lawrence
“Maybe 2 1/2 hours. It seemed like that, at least.”
Scott Rowe, teacher, Lawrence
Melissa Lumpkin, chaplain, Lawrence
“Way back in the day, it went out for probably 24 hours.”
Raena White, stay-at-home mom, Minneapolis, Kan.
“Seven or eight days. It was up in Washington when we all lost power.”
Related story, June 5, 2016, LJWorld.com
“See more:KU still tallying total cost of massive internet fiber cut, weighing options for preventing a repeat outage”
3 days in O.P., Ks, in the middle of winter . They only bright spots were cooking on the gas fireplace starter flame and havindg
1 year, 10 months ago
Sorry,.....having gas hot water heater for a shower was good . Electric stove, forced air furnace, a deep freeze and two refrigerators were not working because of no electricity .The fireplace log cradle topped with bricks was my cooking surface but it did dirty a pans bottoms pretty well .
So this is not about power out ? Sorry again . Probably 6 hrs or so and I didn't die from lack of Internet service but the tv going out as well was boring, ha, ha, ha !
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