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Power outages, again? 750K people in Northern California could be left in the dark this week, PG&E warns

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 19 November 2019 ()
While Southern California preps for its first rain of the season, PG&E warned it may shut off power for 750,000 people in Northern California.
 
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News video: PG&E: High Wind Event Could Prompt Power Shutoffs In North Bay, Sierra This Week

PG&E: High Wind Event Could Prompt Power Shutoffs In North Bay, Sierra This Week 02:05

PG&E is warning of another potential power shutoff in many Northern California counties starting Wednesday due to a high wind event. Betty Yu reports. (11-17-2019)

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