Industry: Disaster Area

As darkness fell outside, LuLu began to fill with smoke. "The vents went off, things were cooking, the rotisserie was full," Hargrave says. Despite the presence of some 500 paying customers, outstanding bills and all, operating in a smoke-filled facility was not an option, and by 10:30, when the power came back on, LuLu had long since closed. "PG&E called it an act of God," Hargrave says. "There's not a lot you can do.

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