Already the second-largest wildfire in California recorded history, despite the best efforts of thousands of firefighters the Dixie Fire grew another 40,000 acres overnight and now threatens the town of Susanville. With a population of 15,000, Susanville would be the largest community yet to fall to the Dixie Fire.
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Pacific Gas & Electric Co. reported to state regulators that a tree falling on PG&E power lines may have helped spark the Dixie Fire, now the 2nd largest wildfire in California history with over 1,100 buildings destroyed. Experts say PG&E ignored apparent danger signs leading up to the Dixie Fire, and kept power flowing hours after a tree fell onto the line, where it eventually sparked the fire that has now grown to 627,000 acres and is threatening at least 26,000 local residents including Susanville.
If your family, home, or business has suffered losses from PG&E’s involvement in the Dixie Fire, we encourage you to speak with an experienced California wildfire attorney at your earliest opportunity.