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West Coast braces for heat wave, raising fears of wildfires in Northern California

USATODAY.com Saturday, 8 June 2019
Near-record high temperatures are expected to roast the West Coast next week, with gusty winds raising the danger of fire in a region still coping with last year's deadly wildfires.
 
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News video: Power Cut In High-Risk Areas To Prevent Wildfires

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Electricity utility PG&E Corporation shut off power on Saturday to around 1,600 customers in northern California, due to an increased risk of wildfires. Reuters reports PG&E said the proactive move might be expanded to tens of thousands more. Another 30,000 customers could have their power shut down...

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