Widespread Power Outages Across California’s Bay Area After Emergency Is Declared

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Widespread power outages were being reported on Tuesday morning across California’s Bay Area region, according to the state’s largest utility, amid high temperatures and statewide “Flex Alerts.”

Pacific Gas & Electric reported more than 20,000 customers in the North Bay, South Bay, and East Bay had lost power on Monday afternoon. That number dropped to fewer than 10,000 across the region, PG&E said on Tuesday.

Officials told KRON that on Monday, more than 5,600 people lost power in Livermore, 2,100 lost power in Cupertino, about 2,080 lost power in Pleasant Hill, 1,900 lost power in Morgan Hill, and 1,580 lost power in Santa Clara.

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