Southern Cal Edison equipment may have ignited the Bobcat Fire. We’re committed to holding them accountable.
The Bobcat Fire started on September 6th and has burned over 115,000 acres, threatening thousands of homes and businesses.
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“Tree branches may have come in contact with Southern California Edison equipment and sparked the Bobcat fire in the Angeles National Forest, according to a letter the utility sent to regulators”- LA Times
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Latest Bobcat Fire News:
“Tree branches may have come in contact with Southern California Edison equipment and sparked the Bobcat fire in the Angeles National Forest, according to a letter the utility sent to regulators on Monday.”
FOX News: California wildfire may have sparked from tree branches hitting power equipment, utility says
“The blaze was reported near the Cogswell Dam in Angeles National Forest at 12:21 p.m. SCE reported in its letter that it experienced a “relay operation” on the company’s Jarvis 12 kV circuit out of a nearby substation.”