Report: PG&E suggests another company's electrical wires possibly caused Tubbs Fire

PG&E is suggesting in court filings it was another company's electrical wires that might have caused the destructive Tubbs Fire in the North Bay wine country.

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PG&E made the claim in a response to attorneys who have sued the company for the fires. The utility didn't identify the third party.

Cal Fire is investigating the possible role downed electrical wires had in starting the deadly inferno.

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