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PG&E Agrees to Plead Guilty to Criminal Charges in Fire
Utility's electric grid sparked Camp Fire in 2018
- Pacific Gas & Electric will plead guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter for a swath of death and destruction left behind after its fraying electrical grid ignited a 2018 wildfire that decimated three Northern California towns. The fire and its aftermath also drove the nation's largest utility into...
A Year Later, One Camp Fire Mystery Persists
Who is the person found alongside victim Ellen Walker in her Concow home?
- What is known: Ellen Walker, 72, was one of the 85 people who died in Northern California's devastating Camp Fire. Her remains were found in her Concow home. What is not known, nearly a full year after the wildfire raged through the town on Nov. 8, 2019: Who else'...
Wedding Album Lost in Fire. Photographer Saves the Day
Remakes album for couple who lost everything in the Camp Fire
- Marc and Mary Taylor lost everything in northern California's devastating Camp Fire last year—including their wedding album. Though it's been almost two decades since their Aug. 14, 1999, wedding, and the couple hadn't seen their photographers since, Mary Taylor found them and asked if they might...
Investigators Confirm PG&E Caused Deadliest Calif. Fire
Transmission lines sparked Camp fire
- Pacific Gas & Electric Corp. power lines sparked a northern California blaze that killed 85 people last year, making it the deadliest US wildfire in a century and the deadliest in state history, state fire officials said Wednesday. Cal Fire said transmission lines owned and operated by the San Francisco-based...
One Faulty Hook Blamed for California's Massive Fire
Sources tell NBC Bay Area a hook on PG&E tower failed
- The cause of California's deadly Camp Fire still has not been officially released, but sources say a single hook may be the culprit. Specifically, a steel hook that held up a high voltage line on a Pacific Gas & Electric transmission tower, sources tell NBC Bay Area . There had...
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