PG&E are saying their equipment may have started the Camp Fire in the town of Paradise, which ended up destroying the town and surrounding areas, killing 86.
While the cause of the blaze is still under investigation, firefighters have pointed to a tower at PG&E's Caribou-Palermo transmission line. That line lost power just before the Camp Fire started and was later found to be damaged.
PG&E says they need to do more to prevent these fires from happening.
They have taken a $10.5 billion hit for Camp Fire claims.