SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A gas leak that led to a major explosion and fire evacuated residents and shut down streets in San Francisco Wednesday afternoon.
The ABC7 News I-Team's Dan Noyes was on air for hours covering the fire, and has lots of information about PG&E and the company that was doing the digging that led to today's explosion.
MCI Metro/Verizon had the permit to dig on the street today, but a third party contractor was actually doing the work, Dan reports.
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That company is MasTec, a construction company based out of Coral Gables, Florida.
They apparently have an office in Walnut Creek, and it was their crew of 8-10 workers, one of them operating that excavator, that cut into the 12-inch gas main.
See the full I-Team investigative report in the video posted above.
Take a look at full coverage on the gas explosion and fire on Geary Boulevard in San Francisco.
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