SF streets open after underground fire

July 27, 2009 8:52:02 PM PDT
The street in front of San Francisco City Hall reopened Monday evening after yet another underground fire.

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Smoke poured out of two manholes on Polk Street Monday afternoon. Witnesses reported smelling burning plastic.

PG&E crews are still looking for the source of the smoke.

The site is just a few blocks away from where a PG&E vault blew up on June 5. That vault was installed in the 1920s, and was simply worn out.

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