PG&E Worker Randomly Attacked Amid Latest NorCal Power Shutoffs

Someone reportedly shot a pellet from a pellet gun at a PG&E worker Wednesday afternoon as power was shut off for 179,000 Northern California residents during a second round of preventive power outages.

PG&E’s scumbag CEO Bill Johnson confirmed the attack on a worker in Glenn County- which is in the Central Valley:

“The employee was driving a PG&E vehicle when a projectile hit the front passenger window. Our security team believes that projectile was a pellet from a pellet gun.”

Johnson went on to say that the employee was not injured.

 

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