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Here's what happens when metallic balloons touch power lines, PG&E warns

Summary by Ground News
metallic balloons conduct electricity, which could spell big trouble if they float into power lines. Metallic balloons on power lines were the cause of 332 power outages for PG&E in 2023, according to the company. The average outage caused by a balloon lasted about 83 minutes.

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