They said it: Wildfire devastation

“No amount of money in the world will ever bring my dad back, ever. But they shouldn’t be allowed to just get away with this. We are not dollar signs. We are human beings with feelings.”

— Theresa Cogan, whose father, John Cogan, died when last month’s McKinney Fire overran his home along the Klamath River. She alleged in a lawsuit last week that Pacific Power prioritized its profits over Siskiyou County homeowners by failing to properly inspect and maintain its power lines.

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