PARADISE, Calif. (AP) – Pacific Gas & Electric Company officials have filed a second report with California regulators about a power line failure near the start of a deadly wildfire the morning the fire began. The Mercury News of San Jose reported Saturday that the filing indicated the utility had an outage at 6:45 a.m. on Nov. 8 in Concow, near Paradise. The utility previously reported to the state Public Utilities Commission that it detected an outage on an electrical transmission line near the site of the blaze. It said a subsequent aerial inspection showed damage to a transmission tower on the line. No cause of the fire has been determined. But Cal Fire officials said this week they are investigating a possible second ignition point. PG&E spokeswoman Melissa Subbotin says the utility is cooperating with the investigation. San Francisco-based PG&E is one of the nation’s largest electric utilities, serving most of Northern and central California.