PG&E failed to inspect transmission lines that caused deadly 2018 wildfire: state probe

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Apologies cost less than maintenance! Also, we’re probably a monopoly, so… it doesn’t matter what we say or do. You have to pay us anyways.

durgadas

17 years! One pole wasn’t checked/maintained/ looked at for 17 years!

Pluckt007

#”NO PROBLEM!” —Fire Victims

Sigh_SMH

and now they fuck their customer more by turning off their power for days at a time, saying it will save the landscape.

sfo1dms

Their apology won’t bring back the 85 people who died in that fire. PG&E needs to get out the business. They only care about their profit and nothing else.

Friday312