What's next: Will PG&E blackouts happen again in California?
from Emergency Management
The inventory of woes from PG&E’s recent power shutdown across Northern and Central California continues to come in: Students at UC Berkeley worrying that the intentional outage may have resulted in the loss of two years of research into fighting drug-resistant forms of cancer. Businesses that lost income from the cutoff even as PG&E’s website crash sowed widespread confusion and chaos. Reports of vehicle collisions at intersections where the power to traffic lights had been cut.
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