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While the lights have been out for less than 24 hours at many California counties where some credit unions have been forced to close branches or offer limited services, credit unions seem to be prepared for the power outages that may last for days.

To protect public safety, the state’s largest utility Pacific Gas & Electric turned off the power at midnight Wednesday for 34 counties  and more than two million customers because of gusty winds and dry conditions that could snap or break live power lines and spark wildfires.

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