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PG&E 19h
Replying to @robertmaxrees
Hi Robert, Sorry for the inconvenience. Looks like there was an issue this morning that has since been resolved.
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PG&E 19h
Replying to @SemPr0Adult
Hi John, Sorry for the inconvenience. Looks like there was an issue this morning that has since been resolved.
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PG&E Feb 20
Replying to @agentFin
Please call 1-800-468-4743 to speak with a rep for more info. Thank you.
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PG&E Feb 14
Thank you for your patience. Visit our mobile outage map to report an outage, see details & receive alerts:
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PG&E Feb 14
More wind, rain and snow expected today and for the rest of the week. Extreme weather conditions may impact access to PG&E equipment and restoration time in some areas. Please have a plan for potential outages and to stay safe.
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PG&E Feb 14
Don’t let metallic balloons ruin your . Avoid power outages, keep metallic balloons away from power lines:
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PG&E Feb 14
Replying to @DoingMyNormal
Can you DM us with your account and contact info? Thank you
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PG&E Feb 14
Thank you for your patience as crews work to restore service. Weather conditions will remain challenging for the next several days with more wind, rain and snow expected. Please have a plan for potential outages and to stay safe.
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PG&E Feb 13
Visit our mobile outage map to report an outage, view outage details & subscribe to alerts:
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PG&E Feb 13
More wet, windy weather in the forecast. Please take steps to be prepared & stay safe:
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PG&E Feb 13
If your vehicle comes in contact with a downed power line, follow these safety rules ➡️
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PG&E Feb 13
Replying to @marshamcgregor
Report downed power lines immediately by calling 911 and by calling PG&E at 1-800-743-5002. Never touch downed wires: If you see a downed power line, assume it is energized and extremely dangerous. Do not touch or try to move it—and keep children and animals away.
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PG&E Feb 13
More wind, rain and snow expected the next several days. Thank you for your patience as crews work to restore power. Visit our mobile outage map to report an outage, see details & receive alerts:
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NWS Sacramento Feb 13
A Flood Warning has been issued for portions of through 8pm. Heavy rain will continue through the evening which could cause localized flooding. Slow down while driving, and never drive through flooded streets.
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PG&E Feb 13
Thank you for your patience. Visit our mobile outage map to report an outage, see details & receive alerts:
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PG&E Feb 12
Report downed lines to 911. Stay away, keep others away.  
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PG&E Feb 12
🌨️ Another weather system ⛈️ is heading our way. We want to remind our customers to take steps to be prepared & stay safe:
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NWS Bay Area Feb 12
With the approaching , be sure to give our neighboring NWS offices a follow for specific weather information across the Golden State.
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PG&E Feb 12
: Scammers are calling customers to demand immediate payment or risk having their service stopped. Don't fall for it, hang up. Log into your PG&E account or call us at 1-800-743-5000 if you are unsure. Spread the word.
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PG&E Feb 11
This , make sure helium-filled metallic balloons are securely tied to a weight to prevent them from floating away. For everyone's safety, do not release metallic balloons outside:
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