Strong odor forces evacuations in South San Francisco
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A strong odor forced a building evacuation in South San Francisco just north of Colma Creek Tuesday.
Two people were taken to the hospital for minor breathing problems.
Firefighters are trying to determine what caused the odor.
The evacuation was lifted by Tuesday evening.
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