Cal Fire released findings of a long investigation into 12 deadly wild fires in the state of California, and determined that PG&E was mostly at fault. Cal Fire say they believe there were violations and 4 of the fires were a direct result of falling trees into power lines causing sparks. Cal Fire officials say they feel there was some type of violation in clearing or equipment or both. PG&E released a statement saying they believe their programs met the state high standards. The CalFire findings are not being sent to the district attorney’s in Napa, Nevada and Butte counties for review.