Did you hear that a leaky gas pipe destroyed a home in Cupertino the other day? Just a day after the Feds slapped PG&E up the side of the head with their report on the San Bruno investigation, an explosion and fire ripped through a condo in Cupertino just 15 minutes after the owner had gone out to lunch. No one was injured but the home was totally destroyed. Investigators on the scene found seven leaks in the gas lines going into and around the condo at 20299 Northwest Square. And once again it took PG&E effing forever to shut the gas off after the blast.
They took 90 minutes this time, kind of like they did shutting off the gas in San Bruno. Which means good luck watching your neighborhood go up in flames the next time a gas leak occurs near you, because PG&E will likely just let it burn for a while.