Risk at Coast From Fire at Yosemite

New York Times: Gov. Jerry Brown of California declared a state of emergency for the city and county of San Francisco over the weekend, as a large wildfire near Yosemite National Park threatened water and electricity going to the area. The fire could cause “temporary interruption” of water and electricity, Mr. Brown said on Friday, as reservoirs and hydroelectric plants were at risk. The fire is approaching the Hetch Hetchy Reservoir, which delivers water to about 2.6 million customers in San Francisco and the......

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