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New York blackouts send Times Square screens blank

The Age Sunday, 14 July 2019
Subway stations and traffic lights were also darkened as around 42,000 people were left without power.
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A transformer fire cut power to tens of thousands of properties in Manhattan for most of Saturday night. Many of the towering electronic screens of New York's famous Times Square went dark, businesses were forced to close and some resorted to using torches or their mobile phones to see in the...

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