with contributions from Adriana Lee, Sharon Edelson
 on October 10, 2019

LOS ANGELES — California is no stranger to dramatic weather events and power outages, but having the power go out before anything even happens is new — and potentially costly for retailers in the state.

Representatives of state offices, including the Office of Emergency Services and the Department of Finance, are not yet estimating the cost of the outages, forced by utility provider PG&E as a first-of-its-kind preemptive measure against potential fire hazards.

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