Animal Emergency Clinic of Springfield

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Animal Emergency Clinic of Springfield
Animal Emergency Clinic of Springfield is listed in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category in Springfield, Illinois. Displayed below is the only current social network for Animal Emergency Clinic of Springfield which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Animal Emergency Clinic of Springfield on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 59.

Contact information for Animal Emergency Clinic of Springfield is:
1333 Wabash Ave
Springfield, IL 62704
(217) 698-0870

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Animal Emergency Clinic of Springfield has an overall ZapScore of 59. This means that Animal Emergency Clinic of Springfield has a higher ZapScore than 59% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Springfield, Illinois is 37 and in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category is 52. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Animal Emergency Clinic shared Andrea Bialeschki's post.
UPDATE: Parker's owners are on their way to pick her up. Thanks to all those who shared. This little one will be going to Animal Control when they open this morning.
Dispatch brought this little one in no microchip. Pup is staying at the animal emergency clinic for the night. We typically do not keep strays here since we do not know their history and have sick pets here but the poor dispatch man didn't know what else to do. If this is your dog please call 217-698-0870 we are open until 8am and then we will be transferring it to the shelter or to APL whichever will take it. Must confirm when picking up the sex of the dog and the color of the collar or provide picture proof. Thank you for your understanding and please share share share so we can find this sweet pups home❤️

Join us in wishing Dr. Moskop a Happy Birthday!

Meet Chester! Chester is a sweet domestic shorthair cat who was unlucky and got a fishhook and lure stuck in his leg. Thanks to Dr. Davis and the team at the Animal Emergency Clinic the hook was retrieved and Chester is feeling great! #veterinary #emergency

Update: Power has been restored at AEC and phone lines are working. Give us a call or stop in for all your animal needs.

Animal Emergency Clinic shared City Water, Light and Power (CWLP)'s post.
Our power may be out and phone lines are not working but we are still fully staffed! Don't hesitate to come to the clinic for your veterinary emergency needs! https://www.facebook.com/4CWLP/posts/1581108835264522
UPDATE 9:30 PM: Tree crew is on scene for 35 customers on N Lincoln and Illinois south of Jefferson who are without power due to a tree down in the alley. This repair requires the tree crew to clear the line before power can be restored safely. Estimates are about 3 hours for this area to have power restored. Thank you for your patience. UPDATE 9 PM: New information in from Electric Operations at CWLP on outage causes and counts. At peak, CWLP had approximately 11,000 electric customers out of service. The vast majority, 10,000+, were due to partial or total interruption of service to substations on the southwest and west areas of Springfield. Outages began at approximately 5:33 PM and all substation service was restored just over an hour later. Multiple lightning strikes to transmission lines and a transmission intertie transformer are suspected as the cause of these larger outages, but investigation and inspection is ongoing. As of 8:45 pm, around 300 customers remained without power. The remaining outages are in scattered areas throughout the city with the largest remaining outages being 107 customers in an area bounded by Ash, 1st, Spring, and Lenox; and 73 customers in a 3-block area immediately south of Hobbs Park. Customers among the substation outages, but affected by more trouble, who remain without power, need to call in to Dispatch at 789-2121 with address and phone number for call back. The substation outage area was roughly bounded by I-72 on the south, MacArthur on the east, Archer Elevator Road on the west, and a line formed by Monroe/Old Jacksonville Road and Lawrence on the north. The Dispatch desk has worked to see that all customers in those areas were restored, but do to isolated trouble, may need to identify any more customers out and to identify repairs. UPDATE 7:15 PM: Customer outages are down to under 1,000 and these are located in 17 outage areas. This is down from over 5,000 affected in 47 outage areas. The three major substation outages have been cleared and power was restored and crews are now focusing on the smaller distribution outages in smaller pockets around the city. Dispatch is also busy calling customers back to see that where power was restored, that no isolated areas were missed. Customers do not need to call back if your outage has already been reported. We may ask that customers call back in later, 789-2121 to report. Those who haven't reported their outage, and if not in a known and already reported area, should call that in to 789-2121. UPDATE 6:45 PM: Customer outages at the height were at over 5,000 customers affected. Two substation outages are expected to be restored by 7:30 pm, this includes: Old Jacksonville sub serving customers going north and west from the water tower including Leland Grove and the park; also White Oaks sub serving customers in that area--power will be back by 7:30 pm. Westchester area and Parkway Pointe and Jerome subs were restored recently. Next on deck our crews will be addressing distribution outages in smaller pockets. If your outage area is already shown below or already reported, you do not need to call Dispatch back at 789-2121. Phones are busy now with finding all remaining outages so crews can be assigned to restore power as quickly and safely as possible. UPDATE 6PM: We are responding to a large number of outages due to three substations being down. This is affecting from Leland Grove/Jerome/Chatham road going west to Veterans off Old Jacksonville Rd and going south to Parkway Pointe. Cause is being sought and investigated to get power restored as quickly and safely as possible. We will again update here again when cause is known and if any estimates are available. FROM EARLIER Reports of power outages due to this storm are coming in. Electric Dispatch at 789-2121 is where trouble should be reported first. We'll update this post with more info as it becomes available. Call volume at Dispatch may be high so we appreciate your patience.