SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Police in San Francisco have reopened three intersections in the Mission District after the department bomb squad determined a suspicious device was not a threat, authorities confirmed.
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Traffic is being rerouted around the area of 21st Street and Valencia as well as the intersections of 20th Street and Valencia, and 21st and Mission have been closed a precaution, police said.
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The area of 21st & Valencia St is open to normal traffic.
— San Francisco DEM (@SF_emergency) August 6, 2019
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