Monday, July 24, 2017

Ward Parkway Center Shut Down Amid Ongoing Kansas City Power FAIL 2017

Update on local biz taking a hit because of fairly typical rain, wind and lack of infrastructure reinvestment by a local corporate monopoly. Take a look:

Stores closed at Ward Parkway Center after power outage

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Thirty businesses have been without power at Ward Parkway Center since Saturday. A transformer reportedly exploded at the shopping center at 85th and Ward Parkway sometime after Saturday's storm. The shopping center has made use of an emergency power source, but a large area of the center is still in the dark.

6 Comments:

Anonymous said...

70-80 mph winds aren't typical.

Please remove your head from your ass.

Anonymous said...

Another nigger pit.

Anonymous said...

There are still stores open at Ward Parkway?

Anonymous said...

Yea,I saw your fat momma there.

Anonymous said...

5:59AM, you would know if you ever left your house or did anything but post on blog all day. Pants-shitting geezer.

Northlander said...

So why did power go out ?
Was it because of fallen tree?
If trees not being cut from the lines ahead of time why not ?
Why don't we have a city law to make sure trees are 40 feet from power lines ?