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Power Restored To Draper Water Plant

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Residents across southeast Oklahoma City have reported low or no water pressure. Residents across southeast Oklahoma City have reported low or no water pressure.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

Power has been restored to a water treatment plant in southeast Oklahoma City, Saturday afternoon.

It was the second time the plant lost power in a month.

According to officials, Draper Water Treatment Plant experienced a power outage early Saturday morning. Residents across southeast Oklahoma City reported low or no water pressure. 

On February 9, Draper lost power due to frozen power lines. 30,000 customers had low water pressure or no water at all while city officials and electricians worked to resolve the issue. 

2/9/2014 Related Story: Power Outage Resolved At SE OKC Water Plant, Water Pressure To Return Sunday Afternoon

According to OG&E, as of 3:45 p.m. power was restored.

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