PG&E planned power shutdown: Here’s what you need to know
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SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — We all take the modern convenience of electricity for granted until the lights go out.

And for as many as 250,000 Bay Area residents those light may be going out as early as Wednesday morning. A wind advisory and red flag warning have Pacific Gas & Electric officials considering cutting the power to about 250,000 Bay Area customers as a safety precaution. The utility estimates total of 800,000 customers in Northern and Central California will have their power shut off.

PG&E planned power shutdown: Here’s what you need to know

Massive California power outages may begin early Wednesday

LIST: Counties, cities affected by PG&E power outage in Bay Area, rest of California

 



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