In California without light left 2.7 million person


В Калифорнии без света оставили 2,7 миллиона человека

The unprecedented power outage to avoid fires in California were unprecedented in scope. As of Sunday evening in the state remained without electricity for 2.7 million people.

Off occur against the background of attempts to locate powerful Kincade Fire, which extinguish 3000 firemen from around the state. The flame spread under the influence of powerful winds, Windsor, under the threat of total burnout. The fire now encompasses 84 square miles on Sunday evacuated hundreds of thousands of residents of the Northern part of the state, mostly from SONOMA County.

Meanwhile, the company Pacific Gas & Electric continues to turn off the electricity, the total number of clients with no light reached 2.7 million people. This is not the end – this week coming fourth wave of shutdowns to avoid fires.

Governor of California Gavin Newsom (Gavin Newsom) has declared a state of emergency in the state because of the “consequences of the unprecedented strong winds, which led to the fires and evacuations throughout the state.”

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