A crater filled with water marks the site of an explosion on September 9, 2010 in a San Bruno, California.
Friday is the deadline for the California Public Utilities Commission to recommend what penalties Pacific Gas and Electric should pay for the 2010 San Bruno pipeline explosion. That disaster killed eight people and leveled 38 homes south of San Francisco. But days before the deadline, four lawyers examining the case removed themselves from the assignment. San Bruno officials are calling for Attorney General Kamala Harris to investigate. Reporter: Peter Jon Shuler