Thousands in Sierra without power nearly 2 weeks after storm

1/8/2022 11:23:00 PM

Thousands of residents in the Sierra Nevada remain without running water, heat or power nearly two weeks after a powerful December storm dumped heavy snow that downed trees and damaged electrical equipment.

Thousands of residents in the Sierra Nevada remain without running water, heat or power nearly two weeks after a powerful December storm dumped heavy snow that downed trees and damaged electrical equipment.

Thousands of residents in the Sierra Nevada remain without running water, heat or power nearly two weeks after a powerful December storm dumped heavy snow that downed trees and damaged electrical equipment.

nearly two weeks after a powerful December storm dumped heavy snow that downed trees and damaged electrical equipment.omar.Couple Accused of Murdering Seattle Woman Cut Ankle Monitors, Flee While Out On Bond To date, there have been more than 500,000 claims across the state.National Equity Atlas through mid-October suggest 591,000 tenants still owe $1.

The outages began after a Dec.26 storm that was part of a record month of snow for the region.com Updated Jan.Pacific Gas & Electric says the vast majority of households have their power back, but crews are still working Saturday to restore electricity to nearly 7,000 customers in the region.It was massive.Disability advocates say the prolonged outage has especially been hard for people with disabilities or health issues, who use electrical medical devices like motorized wheelchairs, ventilators, respirators and apnea monitors.The storm, stretching from Maine to Virginia, led the governors of New Jersey and Virginia to declare states of emergency.Advertisement.6% of New Yorkers still out of work, according to latest figures from the Labor Department ; a number still far greater than before the pandemic hit.

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