A recent electrocution has put attention on boat docks around Lake of the Ozarks. Seth Agnew, a master electrician, recently checked the electrical installations around James Markland’s boat dock ahead of the holiday weekend. The news was good: Agnew said Markland’s dock could be repaired with just a few new parts and didn’t need a complete rewiring.
A recent electrocution has put attention on boat docks around Lake of the Ozarks. Seth Agnew, a master electrician, recently checked the electrical installations around James Markland’s boat dock ahead of the holiday weekend. The news was good: Agnew said Markland’s dock could be repaired with just a few new parts and didn’t need a complete rewiring. David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com
A recent electrocution has put attention on boat docks around Lake of the Ozarks. Seth Agnew, a master electrician, recently checked the electrical installations around James Markland’s boat dock ahead of the holiday weekend. The news was good: Agnew said Markland’s dock could be repaired with just a few new parts and didn’t need a complete rewiring. David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com

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