The Dixie Fire broke out in July, and burned more than 963,000 acres.
PREVIOUS REPORT: Dixie Fire explodes to size larger than Los Angeles, 3rd largest in CA state history
Plumas, Butte, Lassen, Shasta, and Tehama counties are suing for damages for lost revenues, increased expenses, and destruction of infrastructure, among other things.
Their lawsuit alleges PG&E equipment caused the fire.
CALFIRE says the cause is still under investigation.
We reached out to PG&E for comment but have not heard back.
VIDEO: First responder dies battling Dixie Fire in Northern California, CAL FIRE says
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