SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Authorities say nobody was hurt when a car caught fire inside San Francisco’s MacArthur Tunnel.

The 1,300-foot tunnel filled with thick smoke and was shut down Sunday afternoon.

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Photos from the scene showed a black plume rising above the route in the Presidio area.

Officials eventually reopened the two northbound lanes and one southbound lane.

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The right lane remained closed for sweeper and roadway inspection.

All lanes were reopened in both directions shortly after 5:30 p.m.

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