Power blackout hits 34,000 homes in Osaka

TOKYO • A major blackout struck Osaka at dawn yesterday, cutting off power to 34,000 homes and shutting down hospitals and 24-hour convenience stores. Traffic lights also went black at several major intersections, with traffic police activated to direct …
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