Utility company says its equipment may have sparked California blaze
The utility company says it's equipment may have sparked in Southern California wildfire that's led to evacuation orders for more than 90,000 people and critically hurt two firefighters. Southern California Edison has filed a report with State Public Utilities Commission. It says AH lashing wire may have struck a conductor in the area where the fire broke out yesterday. That blaze in a smaller one nearby prompted evacuation orders in Irvine and other Orange County communities.