NTSB's Final Report on the San Bruno Explosion

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The National Transportation Safety Board is issuing its final report on the PG&E pipeline explosion -- the worst in a decade -- that took the lives of eight people and destroyed 38 homes in San Bruno last year. After reviewing 14,000 pages of public record, the NTSB will reveal its conclusions during a hearing today.

Guests:

Bill Magoolaghan, San Bruno resident whose house was severely damaged from the pipeline explosion

Jim Ruane, mayor of San Bruno

Jackie Speier, U.S. congresswoman (D) representing California's 12th Congressional District

Rick Kuprewicz, pipeline safety expert

Paul Rogers, environment reporter for the San Jose Mercury News and managing editor of Quest, KQED's science and environment series

Jerry Hill, member of the California State Assembly (D) representing the 19th District

Jaxon Van Derbeken, reporter for The San Francisco Chronicle

Amy Standen, reporter for KQED Public Radio

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