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SAN DIEGO – A few hours before the Thanksgiving holiday, some San Diegans are already without power late Wednesday.

Up to 43,000 customers risk losing power on Thanksgiving Day due to fire hazard, the company warned this week. About 960 customers in the communities of Jacumba, Oak Springs and Boulevard were turned off by the power “due to unsafe conditions in the area,” according to SDG & E. Interruptions estimated to be restored by 5pm on Saturday.

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