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San Francisco Power Outage Hits 90,000, Business District Affected

Epoch Times Friday, 21 April 2017 ()
San Francisco Power Outage Hits 90,000, Business District AffectedSAN FRANCISCO—A power outage on Friday morning in San Francisco affected around 90,000 people, stalling work in the technology and finance center as a vast swath of the financial district lost electricity.

Paul Doherty, spokesman for utility PG&E, said there …
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News video: San Francisco power outage caused by failed circuit breaker: PG&E

San Francisco power outage caused by failed circuit breaker: PG&E 00:56

PG&E's Vice President of Electric Distribution Barry Anderson apologized for the power outage that happened Friday morning affecting 88,000 customers. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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