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30-foot sinkhole repaired in San Francisco's West Portal
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Crews are out repairing a 30-foot sinkhole and cleaning up debris caused by a major water main break in San Francisco.
On Wednesday morning a massive rush of water and mud damaged a dozen vehicles and almost two dozen homes in the West Portal neighborhood.
Two of those homes are yellow-tagged, meaning access is restricted until their foundations can be repaired.
A 16-inch cast iron water main broke early Wednesday morning.
15th Avenue from West Portal Avenue to Wawona Street is closed to finish repairs to the sinkhole.
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