SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A shelter-in-place order was lifted Monday afternoon once PG&E crews were able to cap a gas leak in San Francisco’s Twin Peaks neighborhood, according to authorities.

The San Francisco Fire Department Twitter account posted that a gas leak near the intersection of Carmel and Clayton Streets with Twin Peaks Boulevard at around 1:15 p.m.

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Fire crews and PG&E are at the scene. The fire department recommends avoiding the area for the time being. At around 1:45 p.m., San Francisco Fire tweeted that progress was being made and no injuries were reported.

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Shortly after 2 p.m., San Francisco Fire reported that PG&E had capped the leak and the shelter-in-place order was lifted. Area residents should expect some continued traffic delays due to repairs.

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