A former Pacific Gas and Electric Co. record-keeping manager told federal investigators that a top PG&E official recently acknowledged to him that the utility had likely tossed some of its missing pipeline records, according to a transcript of his interview released Thursday.

“If they couldn’t identify what it was, it probably just got s- canned,” the pipeline engineering official reportedly told the manager-turned-whistle-blower, Larry Medina, during a June 27 interview regarding last year’s catastrophic natural gas pipeline blast in San Bruno.

Read more: San Francisco Chronicle July 22, 2011

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