Gillian Wright

Southern California Gas Company

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Vice president of customer services for the Southern California Gas Company

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After two months, 2000 families have already moved out of the upscale Porter Ranch development in the northern San Fernando Valley because of a massive natural gas leak.

Could the Gas Leak at Porter Ranch Have Been Prevented?

After two months, 2000 families have already moved out of the upscale Porter Ranch development in the northern San Fernando Valley because of a massive natural gas leak.

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At a hearing today, LA Supervisor Mike Antonovich said it's "nonsensical" and "irresponsible" for the Southern California Gas Company to insist that a month-old natural-gas leak won't…

Porter Ranch Residents Worried about Gas Leak

At a hearing today, LA Supervisor Mike Antonovich said it's "nonsensical" and "irresponsible" for the Southern California Gas Company to insist that a month-old natural-gas leak won't…

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