CHP in Colusa County is investigating a potential shooting involving a PG&E truck on Interstate 5.
KCRA reports, “A PG&E employee was driving south on Interstate 5 near Lenehan Road around 8 pm. Tuesday when a vehicle pulled up next to him. One of the windows on the PG&E Chevrolet shattered, and the worker said he thought he heard a gunshot, according to CHP.
A CHP officer could not yet confirm if the window was shot out.
The PG&E worker was not injured.”
This as PG&E shuts off power to large swaths of Northern and Central California in the name of wildfire prevention. At the time I am writing this, more than 512,000 customers are without power.
Check-in with our friends at KCRA 3 for more information on this developing story!