Wake Up Call

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4 Responses to Wake Up Call

  1. Cathy C says:

    My mother was recently admitted to the hospital, is very ill and under Hospice care – that jarring midnight phone call from PG&E was very cruel and unnecessary.

  2. rl crabb says:

    I understand they are being cautious, but if they start doing this every time Mom Nature breaks wind they run the risk of crying wolf. People might start ignoring the warnings.

    • Steven Frisch says:

      They really are between a rock and a hard place on this one. Until inverse condemnation is addressed, or the policy that makes them liable for all damages whether they are negligent or not, they are kind of stuck with the need to minimize risk when any red flag warning goes out.

  3. I got a text message at 12:30 a.m. today telling me there’s a red flag alert. What am I supposed to do about that in the middle of the night? I walked out on the deck, saw no fire, smelled no smoke, and went back to bed.

    Morons.

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