CALIFORNIA - Restoration has begun in some areas that have been affected by PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoff, according to PG&E.
Thursday morning, Oct. 10, PG&E reported that improving weather conditions in some areas affected by the power outages have allowed for safety inspections, repairs, and restoration in some areas to begin.
Approximately 126,000 customers were restored by 6 a.m. on Thursday, PG&E said. However, there are still currently 600,000 customers without power.
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