The lawsuits are stacking up for the Southern California Gas Co. The utility was charged Tuesday for allegedly failing to immediately report the natural gas leak north of Los Angeles, Bloomberg reports. The criminal complaint filed by Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey accuses SoCalGas of four misdemeanors related to discharging air contaminants and failing to report the release of hazardous materials.
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