The runways at San Francisco International Airport have reopened Thursday following emergency repair work.
Crews were working to fix a 12-inch “depression” on one of its runways.
According to SFO, crews had to lay a new patch of asphalt on runway, 28L.
That depression is at the intersection with another runway — 1R — which was also forced to close.
Most arriving flights were delayed about 35 minutes.
Check with your airline for specific flight info.
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