November 30, 2021

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Investigators probe utility company PG&E’s role in California wildfire

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While California is experiencing a record drought, driven in part by climate change, the initial spark for many wildfires often comes from utility equipment and power lines. And fire investigators are now looking into whether the utility company PG&E was behind the nation’s largest fire so far this year. KQED’s Lily Jamali reports.

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