Survivors of a deadly gas pipeline explosion that ravaged a San Bruno neighborhood testified before California regulators on Tuesday night.
The Obama administration will push legislation designed to overhaul and upgrade America’s aging oil and gas pipeline network in response to the deadly San Bruno blast.
The San Jose Mercury News is reporting that despite revelations that its records did not provide complete details of its natural gas pipeline that exploded in San Bruno last fall, officials at Pacific Gas & Electric Co. say they would not have monitored the pipeline any differently.
Five wrongful conduct lawsuits have been filed against Pacific Gas and Electric Company following the San Bruno pipeline explosion.
State and local officials are appealing a decision by the Federal Emergency Management Agency to deny additional funds to help California and the city of San Bruno pay for ongoing efforts to repair and reconstruct a neighborhood struck by a PG&E gas pipeline explosion.
A fifth person has been charged with posing as a victim of the deadly San Bruno pipeline explosion in order to get aid.
The Senate Commerce Committee took up the issue of pipeline safety on Tuesday in the wake of the San Bruno explosion and fire.
Peninsula Congresswoman Jackie Speier is sponsoring a new law to make natural gas transmission lines safer.
A fundraiser for victims of the San Bruno explosion and fire brought out hundreds of neighbors and supporters Saturday.
A memorial service was held Friday for three members of a family who perished in this month’s explosion and fire in San Bruno.