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August 6, 2011 6:00 AM

This Week in Sacramento History Aug. 6-12

Aug. 6, 1990:

About 50,000 Sacramento Municipal Utility District customers lose power because of a wildfire that spreads through some 200 acres between Cal Expo and the American River Bike Trail.

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