Western Power faces charges over WA bushfire

WA’s energy watchdog has started legal action against Western Power following an out of control fire in the Wheatbelt in February 2022.

Building and Energy investigators allege the fire, which burnt through 18,000 hectares of farmland and bushland in Wickepin and Narrogin, was started by power lines clashing.

Western Power is again being accused of its power lines contributing to a bushfire.

It was one of four fires that was declared an emergency across the state that weekend, a situation…

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