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According to an investigative report    released by the Ventura County Fire Department   , power lines operated by SoCal Edison were responsible for igniting the Thomas Fire.

Lawsuits against Southern California Edison bolstered by new investigation

According to an investigative report released by the Ventura County Fire Department , power lines operated by SoCal Edison were responsible for igniting the Thomas Fire.

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