Sagging PG&E Power Lines Are To Blame For 2017 Wildfire


High winds and sagging PG&E power lines ignited a 2017 blaze that killed four people in California. 

According to a CalFire report, high winds caused two PG&E lines to touch, which sent molten material onto the dry vegetaton below. 

Monday was the one year anniversary of the Cascade Fire, which burned 142 homes and four lives in the Loma Rica area. 

PG&E is facing dozens of lawsuits from insurers that have spent billions of dollars settling claims from homeowners.


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