SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) -- Residents are no longer required to shelter in place in San Francisco's Lake Street neighborhood this afternoon after a gas line break prompted the order earlier today, fire officials said.
The fire department posted on Twitter at 11:42 a.m. about a gas line struck in the area of Lake Street and 23rd Avenue.
The shelter-in-place order was in effect for a block in all directions from that intersection, but was lifted as of 12:18 p.m. after the incident was resolved, fire officials said.
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