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PG&E announced another round of power shut offs for Wednesday night.
Due to current weather forecasts, some parts of service area are under a WARNING for a Public Safety Power Shutoff. PG&E tweeted “A PSPS is intended to reduce the risk of wildfires by proactively turning off power where dangerous weather is forecast.”
PG&E has Community Resource Centers to support customers impacted by Public Safety Power Shutoffs. Many will open tonight from 5 PM-10 PM. To find a location near you and hours of operation, visit: https://t.co/X1ClEBDDlC pic.twitter.com/f3NuwVn7Si
— PG&E (@PGE4Me) October 15, 2020
In order to be prepared and stay safe, PG&E recommends to, “Keep emergency phone numbers handy and consider staying with a friend or relative during an outage. Check with local authorities regarding available resources.”
Find out if your address will be impacted, the time power is expected to be turned off, the estimated time of restoration and more on PG&E’s official website.