NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- Shares of Pacific Gas & Electric tumbled 6% Friday after a gas pipeline in California exploded and erupted into flames.
The explosion, which took place late Thursday, killed four people and sparked a fire that has destroyed dozens of homes.
Shares of the utility company dropped $2.91, or 6%, to $45.34 in afternoon trading Friday.
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