PG&E: Nearly all customers have power restored

PG&E: Nearly all customers have power restored


PG&E STILL WORKING TO GET THE
LIGHTS BACK ON, FOR CUSTOMERS
STILL IMPACTED BY ITS LATEST
ROUND OF POWER SHUTOFF. WE GOT OUR LAST UPDATE ABOUT AN
HOUR AGO. AS OF THAT TIME, 1400 CUSTOMERS
STILL IN THE DARK. REPAIRS WILL NOT BE MADE UNTIL
TOMORROW. THIS WAS THE THIRD SHUTOFF IN A
WEEK. IT AFFECTED HUNDREDS OF
THOUSANDS OF PG&E CUSTOMERS.>>TONIGHT, THE HEAD OF THE
COMPANY SAYS HE UNDERSTANDS THE
FRUSTRATION OF LOSING POWER, BUT
SAYS THE ALTERNATIVE IS MUCH
WORSE.>>THESE EVENTS CAN BE HARD ON
PEOPLE, REALLY HARD ON PEOPLE,
PARTICULARLY PEOPLE WHO HA
STRUGGLES ANYWAYS. THERE ARE COMMUNITY BASED THINGS
YOU CAN DO, FOOD BANKS THESE
KINDS OF THINGS, BUT FOR US THE
MAIN THING IS, WE DIDN’T CAUSE
ANY FIRES, WE DIDN’T BURN DOWN
ANY HOUSES. THE KINCADE FIRE IS STILL UNDER
INVESTIGATION, I GOT THAT BUT
ONE OF THE THINGS WE DID WAS
GIVE THEM THE OPPORTUNITY TO
REFILL THEIR REFRIGERATO
BECAUSE THEIR HOUSE IS THER>>PG&E SAID IT FOUND WIDESPREAD
DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL GRID
AFTER THIS WIND EVENT. THERE WERE NEARLY 400 INCIDE

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2 Comments

  1. Just leave them off and use solar and wind you freaks. Or burn your landfill garbage to make electricity for the nation. Murdering CA govt. is filthier than wind turbines.

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