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California power outages: PG&E cuts power to prevent wildfires

Al Jazeera Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
Hundreds of thousands in California wake up in the dark after PG&E started shutting off power to curb wildfire risk.
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News video: Terrifying high winds in California amid power outages

Terrifying high winds in California amid power outages 00:47

Terrifying high winds in Camarillo, California, amid power outages in Ventura County. A usual and peaceful commute to work on Thursday (October 10) became a nightmare for a driver named James.

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