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Feds seize PG&E equipment as part of investigation into Mosquito Fire

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The Mosquito Fire ignited near Oxbow Reservoir, east of Foresthill in Placer County, on Sept. 6. It has burned 76,781 acres across Placer and El Dorado counties and is 85% contained. The fire destroyed 78 structures and damaged 13 others, according to the SEC filing. PG&E is also facing a lawsuit that was filed in San Francisco Superior Court, which claims the fire was ignited by the utility.
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Forest service seizes PG&E equipment as part of fire probe

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Federal investigators have taken possession of a Pacific Gas and Electric Co. utility transmission pole and attached equipment in a criminal probe into what started a Northern California fire that has become the largest in the state this year, the utility said in a regulatory filing Monday.

2 months ago·United States
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Feds seize PG&E equipment as part of investigation into Mosquito Fire

Federal officials have taken possession of a Pacific Gas and Electric Co. utility transmission pole and attached equipment as part of an investigation into what caused the Mosquito Fire.

2 months ago·Sacramento, United States
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Forest service seizes PG&E equipment as part of Mosquito Fire investigation

On Friday, a lawsuit claiming the Mosquito Fire was ignited by PG&E's poorly maintained utility infrastructure was filed in San Francisco Superior Court.

2 months ago·S F, United States
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Feds Seize PG&E Pole in Criminal Probe of Mosquito Fire: Utility

In a federal regulatory filing Monday, PG&E says one of its transmission poles has been seized as part of a U.S. Forest Service criminal probe into the Mosquito Fire that began earlier this month east of Foresthill in Placer County.

2 months ago·S F, United States
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Feds seize PG&E pole amid criminal probe into start of Mosquito Fire

PG&E said in a recent regulatory filing that officials with the US Forest Service seized company equipment amid a criminal investigation into the start of the Mosquito Fire.

2 months ago·S F, United States
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Forest Service opens criminal investigation into Mosquito Fire’s start, PG&E says in filing

SACRAMENTO — The U.S. Forest Service has started a criminal investigation into the cause of the Mosquito fire and seized equipment belonging to Pacific Gas and Electric Co., according to a filing to the Securities and Exchange Commission from PG&E.

2 months ago·Cherokee County, United States
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