Jet pilot says Xcel at fault in Colorado canyon accident

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) — A pilot who snapped power lines while flying through a western Colorado canyon in a former military jet says a utility that owned the lines is to blame for the accident. The Grand Junction Sentinel reported Saturday that Brian Evans named Xcel Energy in a response to …

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