Gegli news - Killing the deadliest Californian volcano in the lawsuit filed for improper transmission - 12/7/2018 10:39:43 AM 10:39:43 AM
A petition claims that the Fire Camp, which killed at least 88 people, began by a defective tower that destroyed dangerous wires.
The fire camp, which killed at least 88 people in northern California, was built by defective steel rings above a company's power transmission to destroy life-threatening wires.
A civil complaint filed at Superior Court of San Francisco accused the ocean of gas and electricity that it correctly holds a tower near the town of Pulga in the city of Butte, which on the morning of November 8 released a live wire in the free morning It turns out to be the deadliest fire in California history.
Plaintiffs claim that loops connecting power lines rise up to 75 feet in height. Some utility towers in the area are nearly a century old, according to a lawsuit filed by about 10,000 plaintiffs and reported for the first time.
"The failure of PG & E to properly inspect and hold the tower damages the tower's crystal format, which in turn brings the impenetrable blade into contact with the steel tower," according to a lawsuit. "The frozen casting material burned down to the moist burning material under the lead of a devastating fire."
Cal Fire said that in addition to killing at least 88 people, the Camp immediately burned 153,336 hectares of land and burned 13,972 homes. Almost the whole city of heaven was destroyed.
"We continue to evaluate the infrastructure, with caution to restore power where possible, and to help our customers recover and rebuild," said Met Noman, spokeswoman for PG & E. "The cause of the Fire Camp is still being investigated. Is. "
Just days after the Camp Fire started and was still out of control, the tool, in a statement to the State Water and Power Utilities Committee, announced that it would send a local customer in Busheh about "sparking problems" near the ignition point Susie has warned.
Attorney Dario de Glade, GEGLI News, said his researchers burnt a flammable volcano and discovered a cooling tower that he believed would bend the fire.
"It has happened that Kal fired what they saw on the crime scene and they took off part of the tower," Dalgally said. "Where defective loops failed or collapsed, using the abbreviation of the California Department of Forestry and Protection Fire Stations.
Based on PG & E's early acceptance of power sparks in the area, he argued that this was a "logical consequence" that these inappropriate connections caused fires.
"Wind, wind, cold, rain, and hot summers in the rural areas of North California create wind turbines that are especially vulnerable," Dhlatadi said.
"PG & E knew in particular that fire could cause death and damage to public members and lead to the destruction of structures and property," he said. "PG & E requires more safety than profit, regardless of cost."
A lawsuit on Thursday on behalf of three dozen people living in a fire area was the seventh firefighting action by Diet Gould. He said he expects more files for additional firefighters to be provided.
"It has become a cohesive civic action in hundreds and perhaps thousands of plaintiffs," the lawyer said.
Fire Camp, and concerns about any relationship between PG & E and how the flame started, the company's stock value has suffered. The figure fell $ 26.03 per barrel on Friday, with $ 48.80 on November 7 and $ 53.89 for the past 52 weeks.