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PG&E has agreed to pay the city of San Bruno $70 million as compensation for the 2010 gas pipeline explosion that killed eight people and destroyed dozens of homes.
  • SAN BRUNO, CA - SEPTEMBER 10: Lt. Governor Abel Maldonado speaks at a press conference September 10, 2010 in San Bruno, California. A massive explosion rocked a neighborhood near San Francisco International Airport, destroying 37 homes, killing at least 4 people, and injuring at least 50.
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  • SAN BRUNO, CA - SEPTEMBER 10: Lt. Governor Abel Maldonado speaks at a press conference September 10, 2010 in San Bruno, California. A massive explosion rocked a neighborhood near San Francisco International Airport, destroying 37 homes, killing at least 4 people, and injuring at least 50.
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  • SAN BRUNO, CA - SEPTEMBER 10: San Bruno Mayor Jim Ruane speaks at a press conference September 10, 2010 in San Bruno, California. A massive explosion rocked a neighborhood near San Francisco International Airport, destroying 37 homes, killing at least 4 people, and injuring at least 50.
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  • SAN BRUNO, CA - SEPTEMBER 10: San Bruno Mayor Jim Ruane speaks at a press conference September 10, 2010 in San Bruno, California. A massive explosion rocked a neighborhood near San Francisco International Airport, destroying 37 homes, killing at least 4 people, and injuring at least 50.
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  • SAN BRUNO, CA - SEPTEMBER 10: Lt. Governor Abel Maldonado listens at a press conference September 10, 2010 in San Bruno, California. A massive explosion rocked a neighborhood near San Francisco International Airport, destroying 37 homes, killing at least 4 people, and injuring at least 50.
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  • SAN BRUNO, CA - SEPTEMBER 10: PG&E President Chris Johns speaks at a press conference September 10, 2010 in San Bruno, California. A massive explosion rocked a neighborhood near San Francisco International Airport, destroying 37 homes, killing at least 4 people, and injuring at least 50.
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  • SAN BRUNO, CA - SEPTEMBER 10: PG&E President Chris Johns speaks at a press conference September 10, 2010 in San Bruno, California. A massive explosion rocked a neighborhood near San Francisco International Airport, destroying 37 homes, killing at least 4 people, and injuring at least 50.
    SanBruno_ex...jpg
  • SAN BRUNO, CA - SEPTEMBER 10: Lt. Governor Abel Maldonado speaks at a press conference September 10, 2010 in San Bruno, California. A massive explosion rocked a neighborhood near San Francisco International Airport, destroying 37 homes, killing at least 4 people, and injuring at least 50.
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  • SAN BRUNO, CA - SEPTEMBER 10: Lt. Governor Abel Maldonado, left, and San Bruno Fire Chief Dennis Haag, right, takes questions from reporters the day after an explosion September 10, 2010 in San Bruno, California. A massive explosion rocked a neighborhood near San Francisco International Airport, destroying 37 homes, killing at least 4 people, and injuring at least 50.
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