PG&E Sued By Insurance Companies When “Smart” Meters Caught Fire on California Homes


29-10-19 09:11:00,

By B.N. Frank

Many people are aware that California utility company PG&E is being held accountable for playing a significant role in the state’s devastating wildfires.

What many may not know is that insurance companies have taken legal action against PG&E after their “Smart” Meters caught fire on California homes.

In 2015 hundreds of PG&E smart meters simultaneously exploded in Stockton, CA after a truck caused a power surge.  Scary, right?

Tens of millions of “Smart” Meters have been installed by different utility companies worldwide and “Smart” Meter fires and explosions aren’t isolated to PG&E.  Hundreds of thousands of have been recalled or replaced throughout North America due to failure, malfunctioning, overheating, fires and explosions.  Some American elected officials have been taking action against their forced installation.

“Smart” Meters emit RadioFrequency (RF) Radiation and exposure can make people sick – pets too.  Some Californians took legal action against PG&E when they became sick after the company installed “Smart” Meters on their homes.  In fact, there are countless reports worldwide of people getting sick after these meters have been installed.

No one should be forced to accept these hazardous meters on their homes (see 1, 2, 3) or in their communities (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7) from any utility company.

Activist Post reports regularly about “Smart” Meters and other unsafe technology.  For more information, visit our archives and the following websites:

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