Power outage leaves 12000 without power in southern California

Power outage leaves 12000 without power in southern California

A blackout in Southern California on Friday reportedly left around 28,000 customers without power and grounded all flights at Orange County’s John Wayne Airport through 7 a.m. Saturday. Flights arriving at the airport after 7:30 p.m. Friday were diverted to other airports and all departing flights were canceled.

Ryan Strasser
Ryan Strasser
Evolved
Evolved 7 months

Fuck you. More than that were down in Wisconsin like two weeks ago and we didn’t get a story about it.

Interdimensional alien
Interdimensional alien 7 months

Ah California. What paradise, at least the cost of living is low 😒

ThatOneGuy WhoDoesThatThing
ThatOneGuy WhoDoesThatThing 7 months

Last week we had a pair of storms here in Michigan that cut power huge swaths of Wayne county (my home was without power for 5 days strait). Did we get msm coverage? No, because this shit happens, deal with it commiefornia. With how it’s going for you it’ll just get worse...

Chris Davis
Chris Davis 7 months

Anybody taking bets on how long until this becomes a humanitarian disaster that is "all Trump's fault"?

Unity.Nat
Unity.Nat 7 months

Better Get more useless Solar panels. I'm sure after 10 Trillion dollars into renewable energy and our souls added to that bill and I'm sure it won't be enough

Arnulfo
Arnulfo 7 months

Weird. I live in San Diego and did not see a blackout last night.

woodchuck 00
woodchuck 00 7 months

I wonder if PG&E declaring bankruptcy last week has anything to do with this?

Mr Nobody
Mr Nobody 7 months

Good thing everyone had solar panels right?? Oh wait no one over 18 cares about the environment.

Daniel McEwen
Daniel McEwen 7 months

If California were using all that green energy they promote would this even be an issue? Solar panels on every house would have stopped this from happening. Yes, it's terrible that this happened to California. Maybe California should stop being so hypocritical and take steps to prevent it from being possible.

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