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Power lines PG&E plans to install new cameras and weather stations in high-fire risk zones, trim more trees with branches overhanging lines and conduct safety inspections for 735,000 electric towers and poles across more than 5,500 miles of transmission lines and 25,000 distribution lines. (Photo: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg)

Anyone who gets power from PG&E Corp. could see their lights go out this fire season.

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