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Anger mounts over Texas power blackouts as icy cold maintains its grip

People wait in a long line to buy groceries at H-E-B during an extreme cold snap and widespread power outage in Austin. Photograph: Jay Janner/AP

Erum Salam, Oliver Milman, Maanvi Singh and agencies

The Guardian

Anger over Texas’s power grid failing in the face of a record winter freeze is mounting, as millions of residents remained shivering, with no assurances that their electricity and heat – out for 36 hours or longer in many homes – would return.

“I know people are angry and frustrated,” said Houston’s mayor, Sylvester Turner, who woke up to more than 1 million people still without power in his city on Wednesday. “So am I.”

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