A high-voltage PG&E transmission line broke where the Kincade Fire started in Northern California, company says

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“Pacific Gas and Electric said that although it shut down smaller distribution lines, the high-voltage transmission lines were still active before the Kincade Fire started. At 9:20 p.m. Pacific time Wednesday, an employee discovered a broken jumper on a high-voltage tower, the company reported to state regulators. The fire began at 9:27 p.m., according to Cal Fire.”



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