Crews responded to what San Francisco police are calling a large water main break in the city on Wednesday morning.
The water main break was reported in the area near Claremont Boulevard and Kensington Way.
As of 2:55 p.m., water was restored to all the buildings that were affected at Dewey and Taraval.
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission remained on the scene to clean up the area.
The Northeast side of Dewey Circle, as Dewey Boulevard, is closed off the traffic, according to SFPUC.
In the meantime, cars are being diverted to Kensington Way.
Later in the afternoon, the northeast side of Dewey Circle is expected to be back open to drivers.
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