On 107-degree day, APS cut power to customers

 

Source: Elizabeth Whitman - Phoenix New Times

If Arizona Public Service hadn't cut off her electricity last September, Stephanie Pullman might still be alive today.

On August 23, 2018, the utility mailed a warning letter to the 72-year-old’s home in Sun City West, where she lived with her cat, Cocoa. Pullman owed APS $176.84, it said. She had five days to pay in full. Otherwise, APS would disconnect the electricity. Outside, temperatures were in the triple digits.

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