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Massive power outage puts part of New York City in the dark for several hours

CBS News Sunday, 14 July 2019 ()
Massive power outage puts part of New York City in the dark for several hoursAn outage in New York City led to more than 70,000 customers without power on Saturday. New York City officials and Con Edison CEO John McAvoy give a press conference as power started to return.
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