Squirrel leaves 25,000 UC-Berkeley-area residents without power

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BERKELEY, Calif., Nov. 07, 2000 (U-WIRE) – As further proof that just one small individual can really affect widespread change, a lone squirrel managed to cut off power from 25,000 PG&E customers yesterday.

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