A gas pipeline exploded in the California town of San Bruno in 2010. The explosion killed eight people. Monday, the utility business responsible for the catastrophe, Pacific Gas and Electric, decided to pay the town $70 million. Well, the investigation led by a federal determined that PG&E was the one who was responsiblefor the said disaster. And a series of errors led regulators to rule it an “organizational accident,” not just the result of mechanical breakdowns. Also PG&E is facing approximately 90 civil lawsuits filed by people injured in the blast. And officials at the utility say they intend to compensate every victim and hope to reach an agreement outside of the court.Article Source: PG&E to pay $70 million for pipeline tragedy.