Hawk, snake disrupt power delivery in Southern California

According to an Associated Press report, a hawk dropped a 3-foot-long gopher snake onto a power line Wednesday, sparking a brush fire northwest of Los Angeles and knocking out power to approximately 2,800 Southern California Edison customers.

ELK GROVE, Ill., June 27, 2001 – Midwest Warehouse and Distribution, a public and contract provider of third party logistics services, has selected Electric City Corp.’s EnergySaverà¢â€ž- units to dramatically reduce its electrical consumption for lighting. Electric City will install the EnergySaver systems in Midwest Warehouse’s 238,000 sq. ft. Woodridge, Ill. headquarters and corporate warehouse facility in early July. Following the first site, the company plans to expand the program to all nine of its facilities totaling more than 2 million sq. ft. located in Chicago, Denver, and Levittown, Pa.

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