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More than 500,000 in California are already without power in effort to curb wildfire risk

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 9 October 2019
Almost 1 million California homes and businesses could go dark Wednesday in a Public Safety Power Shutoff aimed at curbing fire risks amid high winds.
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News video: Power outages in California: Could it happen here in Arizona?

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With parts of California without power as a precaution to not spark a wildfire, could SRP or APS do something similar in Arizona? We asked. Here is what we found out.

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