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PG&E: Massive Power Shutoffs Affecting 800K Customers A 'Last Resort'

Video Credit: CBS 5 SF KPIX - Duration: 02:27s - Published
PG&E: Massive Power Shutoffs Affecting 800K Customers A 'Last Resort'

PG&E: Massive Power Shutoffs Affecting 800K Customers A 'Last Resort'

PG&E says it's a last resort measure to cut power to about 800,000 of its customers across the state.

34 counties are affected.

The shutoffs will hit all bay area counties except San Francisco.

Betty Yu reports.

(10-8-2019)

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