Camp Fire Victims' Families Blast Utility PG&E In Court
Families of victims of the 2018 Camp Fire, which nearly destroyed the town of Paradise, California, confronted the utility PG&E in court Wednesday. The powerful impact statements came just a day after PG&E pleaded guilty to 84 counts of manslaughter in the fire. The company previously admitted that its outdated equipment started the fire. However, because it’s a corporation, no one will go to jail in the case.
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