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California utility to cut power to 27,000 customers to reduce wildfire risk

Reuters Sunday, 9 June 2019
California utility to cut power to 27,000 customers to reduce wildfire riskUtility PG&E Corp planned to proactively shut off power on Saturday to 27,000 customers in Northern California due to an increased risk of wildfires, officials said.
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News video: Dangerous Heat Threatening Millions As Wildfire Burns Out West

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California’s largest power company has cut power to customers because of extreme fire risk.

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