SANTA ROSA, Calif. (KGO) -- A new reports says Sonoma County plans to sue PG&E over wildfires that raged across the North Bay, leaving dozens of people dead.
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According to the Santa Rosa Press Democrat, the county is seeking up to $25 million in damages because it believes PG&E is responsible for starting the fires.
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Officials said the money would be used to clean debris and rebuild.
PG&E officials said it's aware of the planned lawsuit, but adds the cause of the wildfires has not been determined.
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Report: Sonoma County to file lawsuit against PG&E over North Bay fires
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