The Kansas City ice storm - Stock image

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Stock photo ID:139254200
Upload date:February 16, 2012

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In January 2003, Kansas City was hit with a debilitating ice storm. Dramatic changes in weather caused rain to turn to a solid coating of ice on every exposed surface. Crews from states away came to help restore downed power lines, and many were without heat for days. As for me and my family, we hung out with friends, went out to eat a lot, and when I got really cold, I would shut myself in the darkened bathroom, lighting a candle, and running the shower, heated by the gas water heater, of course.
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