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Nearly a hundred thousand people without power in Los Angeles by fire

Nearly a hundred thousand people without power in Los Angeles by fire

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By a fire Saturday night at a power plant in the U.s. city of Los Angeles, almost a hundred thousand people without power. The fire is now under control, but it is still unclear when everyone has power.

The fire occurred after an explosion at the power plant in the San Fernando Valley. That happened to 18.53 hours local time.

Messages about power problems come from the neighborhoods of Porter Ranch, Winnetka, West Hills, Canoga Park, Woodlland Hills, Granada Hills, North Hills, Reseda, and Chatsworth, writes ABC7.

Were initially to some 140,000 people affected by the problems, but the regional utility, LADWP has nearly fifty thousand connections with power.

Crews have restored power to nearly 50,000 customers affected by RS-J fire/power outage as of 10pm. 94,000 remain out, crews are working.

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LADWP
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05:16 – July 09, 2017

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LADWP to let you know that it is not yet clear how great the damage to the central. Also the cause of the explosion is as yet unknown.

It was on the evening of the explosion, very hot in the region with temperatures above 37 degrees celsius.

@ABC7 @KTLA explosion just happened at Northridge

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02:52 – 09 July 2017

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