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California’s power outage mean problems for electric cars

Seattle Times Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
SAN FRANCISCO — As more than half a million customers in this area lost power Wednesday amid a series of planned outages aimed at thwarting wildfires, Tesla owners were confronted with another troubling possibility: their cars running out of juice. The automaker issued a preemptive over-the-air advisory overnight to many vehicle owners telling them to […]
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News video: California Family Says Man Died When Oxygen Tank Lost Power During PG&E Power Shut-Off

California Family Says Man Died When Oxygen Tank Lost Power During PG&E Power Shut-Off 01:46

The family of a 67-year-old California man believes he would still be alive if PG&E didn`t shut off their power this week in his community.

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