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County Officials Help Residents Get Rid of Spoiled Food After California Power Shutoffs

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County Officials Help Residents Get Rid of Spoiled Food After California Power Shutoffs

County Officials Help Residents Get Rid of Spoiled Food After California Power Shutoffs

After days without power, people across California are breathing a sigh of relief.

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