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Fin24.com | Millions affected by planned blackouts across California

News24 Thursday, 10 October 2019 ()
Half a million homes and businesses in Northern California lost power and more will soon follow as bankrupt California utility giant PG&E Corp. carries out its biggest-ever intentional blackout to keep power lines from sparking blazes.
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More than half a million California homes and workplaces had no electricity Wednesday after pre-cautionary power cuts to avoid wildfires. Sareena Dayaram reports.

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