PG&E warns of power shutoff for parts of 7 counties starting Tuesday

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The Latest (Monday, Jan. 18):

By Monday, PG&E said roughly 5,465 customers in seven counties will be affected by the power shutoff, which is estimated to begin Tuesday morning:

Fresno County: 1,823 customers, 107 Medical Baseline customers
Kern County: 23 customers, 0 Medical Baseline customers
Madera County: 288 customers, 20 Medical Baseline customers
Mariposa County: 2,236 customers, 136 Medical Baseline customers
San Luis Obispo County: 373 customers, 13 Medical Baseline customers
Santa Barbara County: 287 customers, 7 Medical Baseline customers
Tulare County: 435 customers, 8 Medical Baseline customers


Original story below:

(KTXL) — PG&E warns nine counties may be affected by a power shutoff in order to avoid igniting a fire. 

According to PG&E, about 21,000 customers could have their power shut off starting Monday night until about Wednesday morning. 

Customers by county who could potentially be affected by this PSPS event”

Calaveras County: 5,291 customers, 183 Medical Baseline customers
Fresno County: 2,220 customers, 139 Medical Baseline customers
Kern County: 762 customers, 39 Medical Baseline customers
Madera County: 289 customers, 20 Medical Baseline customers
Mariposa County: 2,532 customers, 163 Medical Baseline customers
San Luis Obispo County: 2 customers, 0 Medical Baseline customers
Santa Barbara County: 621 customers, 18 Medical Baseline customer
Tulare County: 435 customers, 8 Medical Baseline customers
Tuolumne County: 9,734 customers, 554 Medical Baseline customers

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