Wildfire Victims Join Lawsuit Against California’s Biggest Utility

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More wildfire victims joined a class action lawsuit against Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E), California’s biggest utility, over the deadly Camp Fire that has engulfed over 150,000 acres.

The growing class action suit, initially filed Nov. 14, could spell more trouble for PG&E, which is already under severe financial strain, possibly on the verge of bankruptcy, according to reports.

“We’re blaming PG&E for failing to maintain its high-tension wires and putting profits over safety,” attorney Mike Danko told CBS News in a segment that aired Tuesday morning.

“We’re blaming PG&E for not turning off the power when they promised they would and when they told all of the residents they were going to turn off the power if necessary,” said Danko, one of the lawyers representing wildfire victims.

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