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Map of Woolsey Fire area; Red dots on E Street/Alfa Road to indicate area of Southern Cal Edison incident report. Note tanks on Alfa Rd., too. Fire maps: https://fsapps.nwcg.gov/afm/googleearth.php

California Public Utilities Commission Woolsey Canyon Rd-Chatsworth substation map. Woolsey Canyon Road is easy to find with Google Earth maps, wheras Alfa Rd and E. St. are not. Update note: “The Chatsworth Substation is located on SCE property within the larger Boeing Rocketdyne Santa Susana complex“. See: http://www.cpuc.ca.gov/environment/info/ene/aliso_canyon/DEIR/Appendix_C_Alternatives_Screening_Report.pdf

Southern Cal Edison Report excerpt: “Reporting Date: 11/8/2018 8:07:28 PM Incident Date: 11/8/2018 @ 2:20 p.m.…”Incident Location: Near E Street/Alfa Road Unincorporated area of Ventura County, Ventura County… Preliminary information indicates the Woolsey Fire was reported at approximately 2:24 p.m. Our information reflects the Big Rock 16 kV circuit out of Chatsworth Substation relayed at 2:22 p.m. Our personnel have not accessed the area to assess our facilities in the vicinity of where the fire reportedly began. At this point we have no indication from fire agency personnel that SCE utility facilities may have been involved in the start of the fire. It is our understanding Ventura County Fire Department is the lead agency with resources from Los Angeles County Fire Department involved in fire suppression activities. The Los Angeles Times notes the fire has consumed 2,000 acres and we have no reports of any injuries or property damage attributed to the fire. The investigation into the matter is ongoing. http://www.cpuc.ca.gov/CPUCNewsDetail.aspx?id=6442454974

Excerpt from Cal OES letter to PG&E, SCE, and SDG&E on October 26, 2018:
Recent actions of Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E), Southern California Edison (SCE), and San Diego Gas and Electric (SDG&E), to proactively de-energize power lines during high wildfire danger weather conditions make clear that utilities must provide specific, real-time information so the State can take appropriate steps to ensure public safety. This letter sets forth Cal OES, CAL FIRE, and the CPUC’s expectations regarding your potential Public Safety Power Shut-off (PSPS) that may occur during high wildfire danger weather conditions“. http://www.cpuc.ca.gov/uploadedFiles/CPUC_Public_Website/Content/About_Us/10.26.18%20-%20Joint%20Letter%20to%20Utilities%20re%20Public%20Safety%20Power%20Shut-off.pdf

Unlike Southern Cal Edison, PG&E submitted documents to both California and to the Securities and Exchange Commission: “Summary: On November 8, 2018, at approximately 0615 hours, PG&E experienced an outage on the Caribou-Palermo 115 kV Transmission line in Butte County. In the afternoon of November 8, PG&E observed by aerial patrol damage to a transmission tower on the Caribou-Palermo 115 kV Transmission line, approximately one mile north-east of the town of Pulga, in the area of the Camp Fire. This information is preliminary. ” See more here: http://s1.q4cdn.com/880135780/files/doc_downloads/2018/wildfire/11/Electric-Safety-Incident-Reported-Pacific-Gas-Electric-Incident-No-181108-9002.pdf
PG&E submitted and SEC filing on Tuesday, whereas Southern Cal Edison apparently has not: https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2018/11/14/in-tuesday-filing-pacific-gas-electric-pge-effectively-admits-its-likely-guilt-in-causing-the-ongoing-california-camp-fire-which-has-killed-at-least-42-people/

Southern Cal Edison was also connected – literally – to the Sodium Nuclear Reactor which melted down in the vicinity of the Woolsey Fires: “The 1961 SRE Fuel Element Damage Final Report2 notes that the 1959 SRE Fuel Element Damage Interim Report stated a peak power of 24 Mw was reached. However, this value was obtained from a linear extrapolation, which was not valid.3 “On July 15, 1959, the reactor was pressurized and vented to reduce the radioactivity level caused by Xe in the reactor cover gas. This appears to have been released to the atmosphere. The filters were designed to remove particulates from the air; they did not stop noble gases from being released from the reactor building. It was then decided to shut the reactor down because it would not be able to reach the maximum power level necessary to continue getting the Edison turbine generator online while circulating through the steam generator. During the shutdown, the Edison loop was drained, the main airblast heat exchanger was filled, the reactor sodium level coil was reinstalled in core channel 7 and a complete helium leak check was conducted on the core loading face.https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/ocas/pdfs/d69/blaze040817-69.pdf
See related: http://scholarworks.csun.edu/bitstream/handle/10211.2/1505/BrianRogers-HiddenTruth.pdf
h/t and more Southern Cal Edison crimes here: https://sanonofresafety.org

See: http://www.cpuc.ca.gov/CPUCNewsDetail.aspx?id=6442454974