California utility company says weather didn’t warrant shutting power down as Camp Fire raged – Fox News

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In a report sent to the California Public Utilities Commission on Tuesday, PG&E said a decision was made in the early afternoon on Nov. 8 that it would not go through with a possible shutoff of power in the area as a precaution against possible wildfires.
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