by Nathanael Johnson, Grist
Electricity crackled and arced between wires as Los Angeles residents watched, filming with their phones. And then the power died.
As temperatures have soared this summer, Angelenos have cranked up their air conditioners, straining power lines. On July 6, overloaded lines gave out and left 46,000 people sweltering in the dark.
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