California Senator Says PG&E May Need to Split Up
KCRA 3/NBC Investigates
By Kevin Oliver
The damage assessment is still coming in and the death toll is rising. Some state lawmakers are already questioning what steps can be taken to protect residents in the future. State Senator Jerry Hill says if PG&E is responsible for this fire, the state needs to do something else other than step in to bailout the company.
“It takes a spark to cause a fire and that seems to always be coming from PG&E lines -- and that's the problem," state Senator Jerry Hill said.