Many people in Texas are now on their fourth day with no power and no access to clean water. While power is restored for a bulk of residents, there are still hundreds of thousands of people without electricity.

The Associated Press reports, “In Texas, just under 500,000 homes and businesses were still without electricity Thursday morning, down from about 3 million the day before. The state’s grid manager, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, said Thursday morning that the remaining outages are largely weather-related, rather than forced outages that were made early Monday to stabilize the power grid.”

The crisis is now blamed for more than 30 deaths.

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