In this Nov. 9, 1965 photo, a police officer wearing a reflective belt directs pedestrians and regulates traffic on Tremont Street at rush hour during a power outage in Boston. The power failure, originating at a Canadian generating station near Niagara Falls, spread across the Northeast U.S., and parts of Canada, leaving 30 million people without power for hours. (Judith Buck/The Boston Herald via AP)

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