SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — An area of San Francisco’s Financial District that had been closed to vehicle traffic Friday morning because of an underground vault fire has reopened.
Around 9:40 a.m., police and firefighters responded to the 100 block of Montgomery Street for reports of smoke coming from a manhole, police Officer Giselle Talkoff said.READ MORE: Volunteers Spread Out Across Bay Area for Annual Coastal Cleanup
A nearby underground power vault had caught fire, according to fire department spokesman Jonathan Baxter.
Firefighters responded and were able to put out the fire. No injuries were reported, Baxter said.READ MORE: San Francisco Celebrates Rise of Lowrider Community With Car Show and Cruise
PG&E crews responded to the area and are continuing to investigate what caused the incident.
No customers in the area had their power shut off, according to PG&E spokeswoman Andrea Menniti.
Montgomery Street between Bush and Sutter streets was temporarily closed to vehicle traffic but has since reopened.MORE NEWS: San Francisco Schools, Public Health Dept. Partner to Provide Campus COVID Vaccinations
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