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The Pacific Gas and Electric Company said on Monday that nearly $4 million in fines and expenses connected to a plea agreement with the Butte County District Attorney Mike Ramsey last week will not impact victim claims.

The company is set to plead guilty on April 24 in a Chico Courthouse. The plea was delayed due to the confirmation of two COVID-19 virus cases in the county that forced the courthouse to be closed.

The company will be fined almost $3.49 million for the 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter, one count of unlawfully causing a fire which includes three special allegations for PG&E’s causing great bodily injury to a firefighter; causing great bodily to more than one surviving victim, and causing about 18,804 structures to burn.

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