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California braces for possible round 2 of outages

Seattle Times Wednesday, 23 October 2019
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — California’s largest utility planned to decide Wednesday whether to black out some half-million customers as dangerous fire weather returns to California. Pacific Gas & Electric said it could begin precautionary power shutoffs as early as Wednesday afternoon to about 189,000 homes and businesses in portions of 16 counties, mostly in the […]
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News video: California Communities Brace for Another Round of Possible PG&E Power Shut Offs

California Communities Brace for Another Round of Possible PG&E Power Shut Offs 01:49

Residents in some Northern California counties who are threatened with another Pacific Gas and Electric power outage are not too happy about the prospect of losing electricity just two weeks after the last one.

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