San Francisco News
Electricity back on after apparent hit-and-run in SF
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Electricity is back on in San Francisco after an apparent hit-and-run accident brought down a power pole.
Fire officials say it was just before 9 a.m. Sunday when a car careened out of control and slammed into a pole.
This happened on Selby Street and Evans Avenue alongside Highway 280.
The vehicle landed upside down and burst into flames.
PG&E responded to the fallen live power lines.
At one point, the crash knocked out power to nearly 4,000 people.
Service was resorted around 10:30 a.m.
The driver took off running.
crash, power outage, PG&E, hit and run, san francisco news
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