One Year Later, CPUC Remembers Those Lost in San Bruno Explosion
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Stephanie Martin: Today marks the one year anniversary of the natural gas pipeline explosion in San Bruno that took eight people's lives.
One of those killed in the blast was Jackie Greig, an employee at the California Public Utilities Commission. Her 13 year-old daughter, Janessa, also died.
CPUC Executive Director Paul Clanon says state regulators and their staff have established a memorial bench and planter at the commission's building in San Francisco.
Paul Clannon: What we're doing here is building -- in a very physical way -- into our daily working lives and the working lives of everyone who comes here to this building-- the importance of safety.
How you can get it wrong and the consequences of getting it wrong and therefore the consequences of getting it right.
Martin: A remembrance ceremony is scheduled for 6:00 this evening at Skyline College.
On Sunday, people will gather at San Bruno City Park's Senior Center for food, music and children's activities.