Water that began bubbling up to SoMa streets Tuesday morning could affect the evening commute, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission officials say.
At 6 a.m. Tuesday, a water main break at Second and Harrison streets was reported and cars could be seen slowly crossing the watery road.
Water main break at corner of 2nd & Harrison pic.twitter.com/1LNzLY8mCo
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The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency announced it had rerouted the 10-Townsend and 12-Folsom buses. Water service has also been interrupted.
Crews are making repairs, but they could take a couple hours and extend into the evening commute, officials warned Tuesday afternoon. The pipe — from the 1930s — likely burst because of old age, the Public Utilities Commission says.