SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Fire crews ordered a shelter-in-place for San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood Wednesday morning after a gas line ruptured there, according to the San Francisco Fire Department.
The SFFD received reports of the rupture 1900 Block of Baker Street around 11:50 a.m. and responded not long after.READ MORE: Rain Helps Wash Away Fears Of Another Devastating Wildfire For Santa Rosa Couple
Responding crews said a construction worker caused the rupture.
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No injuries were reported and it was unclear as of press time how long the shelter-in-place would last.
The utility company PG&E did not comment on the rupture.MORE NEWS: SF Fire Crews Battle 2-Alarm House Fire In Nob Hill
This story will be updated.