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PG&E patches gas main break in Western Addition
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- PG&E patched a gas main break in San Francisco's Western Addition on Wednesday.
A construction crew struck the two-inch main just before noon, at Bush and Steiner Streets, near St. Dominic's Church.
The break cut off service to about 50 homes and businesses.
PG&E workers patched the leak around 1:30. They went door to door, relighting pilot lights.
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