DTE cleared, but not the lines
The Michigan Public Service Commission has determined the Sept. 7 fires that ravaged several Detroit communities, destroying 81 homes, was a natural disaster and not the fault of corporation giant DTE.
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#1 Dec 12, 2010
Its no wonder... they have dramatically cut budjets and work force over the last 5-10 years.
Raised the cost move construction estimate to make it appear that they are spending.....but we know better......
#2 Jan 24, 2011
I find SICK that in the article DTE doesnt admit any fault, Of corse not! Just like the Zug Island Explosion where my little brother was killed! Gas line was suppose to be free and clear of any gas but yet gas was in the lines which in turn cause an explosion and KILLED MY BROTHER!
NEVER EVER TO BE FORGOTTON! Thomas M. Pichler Jr. 1/21/80 - 1/5/08
#3 Jan 24, 2011
Oh yeah, Natural Disaster my ass!
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