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PG&E apologizes for its role in the Camp Fire

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Published on May 23, 2019 -

PG&E apologizes for its role in the Camp Fire

The Vice President of Electrical Operation, Aaron Johnson, apologized to victims of the Camp Fire at a special meeting in Paradise.

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PG&E apologizes for its role in the Camp Fire

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### pg&e surprised camp fire survivors last night at a special paradise town council meeting.

"on behalf of my company, i want to apologize for the role our equipment had on this tragedy, nothing i can say," that was vice president of electrical operations - aaron johnson - apologizing to victims. the statement came one week after an investigation by cal fire..

Concluded p-g- and-e's equipment started the blaze that destoryed nearly 14- thousand homes.

Johnson says there is nothing he can say that will undo the fire, but the tragedy obligates the company to do the right thing.

People at the meeting said they appreciated the statement.

"i thought they did a nice job.

I feel like they're trying."

"and those of us attending those meetings we love our town and we're not going anywhere else, we're in for the long haul."

"nothing i can stand up in front of you and say is going to undo that.

We also understand it creates an obligation for us to do the right thing for this community.

Pg&e also talked about its plans to make the town safer when it comes to equipment and power lines.

We'll have details on that

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