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More than 43,000 without power in Manhattan after 'major disturbance'

FOXNews.com Saturday, 13 July 2019
A large-scale power outage in parts of New York City was reported Saturday evening, knocking out traffic lights, stalling elevators and limiting subway service.
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News video: Manhattan Left In The Dark As Widespread Power Outages Sweep Borough

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Widespread power outages were reported in parts of New York City’s Manhattan borough on Saturday evening. According to Reuters, subway stations were affected and street lights were out on part of the Upper West Side. The city’s subway system said it was receiving reports of power outages in...

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