Windy conditions keep California burning--and its power out
Clip: 10/29/2019 | 1m 48s
California utility company Pacific Gas & Electric is cutting power to customers for the fourth time this month, as wildfires rage and high winds persist. The measure aims to keep downed power lines from sparking new blazes. Many residents have had to evacuate, and with winds forecast to gust up to 80 miles per hour Tuesday night, their timeline for return is unknown. Stephanie Sy reports.
Aired: 10/29/19Video has closed captioning.
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