New details are emerging about last month's deadly Camp Fire in Butte County.
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PG&E informed state regulators in a letter Tuesday night it discovered electrical equipment that was damaged around the same time the fire started.
That included bullet holes in a downed power pole and a fallen hook.
The East Bay Times also reports PG&E found worn-out parts too.
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The fire claimed the lives of 86 people and burned more than 153,000 acres.
You can read the full letter from PG&E here.
See more stories, photos and videos on the Camp Fire here.
PG&E discovers damaged equipment at ignition site of Camp Fire