Posted: Wed Feb 10, 2010 7:20 am Post subject: ILLINOIS Earthquakes, severe weather
4.3 Quake Rattles Chicago Illinois
Feb 10, 2010 A moderate 4.3 magnitude earthquake struck northern Illinois, waking up residents in the Chicago area.
The quake was centered 48 miles west of Chicago near Sycamore.
REPORTS - The whole house shook, The chimes that hang were all ringing,
I thought a plane had gone down.
Twitter - Earthquake woke us! In ravenswood it was a second or so.
EARTHQUAKES are one harbinger warning GOD sends, to indicate His righteous wrath is being stirred - REPENT!
Illinois Lawmakers Vote against GOD
Nov. 6, 2013 Illinois lawmakers decided to become the largest state in the heartland to allow Sodom-marriage, with the praise of Barack Husatan Obama.
Starting in June this filthy damned SIN may wed, but will still bring Gods curse on Illinois.
14 states plus Washington D.C., allow Sodom-marriage SIN.
A Godly Marriage is ONLY between a man and a woman. A group of Chicago-area pastors vowed to line up against some evil lawmakers who voted yes.
As a note, Illinois had a small earthquake this week near Chicago. http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/wi...ouse-votes-gay-marriages-20795167
Storms cut power to 600,000 in Michigan, Illinois
Sept 6, 2014 - More than 600,000 electric customers in Michigan and Illinois lost power at the height of storms that brought heavy winds and lightning, ripping up trees, downing power lines and leaving at least two people dead.
Commonwealth Edison, an Exelon Corp unit, reported more than 174,000 customers lost power in Illinois in Friday's storms. About 62,000 were without power Saturday and ComEd said it hoped to restore power by Sunday night.
In southeastern Michigan, about 312,000 DTE Energy Co customers were without power Saturday afternoon after wind gusts of more than 75 miles per hour (120 km per hour) and lightning downed more than 2,000 power lines on Friday night, DTE Energy spokesman Scott Simons said.
About 375,000 customers lost power at the height of the outages on Friday, the 10th highest total DTE has recorded.
DTE expects the vast majority of customers to be restored by late Monday, though some may not have power until Wednesday.
DTE crews are being assisted in the repairs by more than 600 line workers from utilities in Ohio, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, New York and Tennessee.
DTE urged caution around downed power lines. The Detroit News reported that a Warren, Michigan, man was electrocuted after coming into contact with a downed line.
Consumers Energy reported that 77,000 of its customers across southern Michigan had lost power on Friday. That number had dropped to 46,000 by midday Saturday and it expected to restore power to most customers by Sunday night, it said.
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