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Richmond City Council may seek compensation from Chevron
RICHMOND, Calif. (KGO) -- Richmond City Council may seek compensation from Chevron for damage from its refinery fire in August.
The council meets on Tuesday and one member is considering a resolution urging the oil giant to come up with a community compensation package.
The fire sent more than 15,000 residents to the hospital complaining of respiratory problems.
In the days after the fire Chevron set up a hotline and claim centers where individual residents could file for monetary compensation.
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