Cleanup will begin after San Francisco Wednesday's gas explosion that burned five buildings

10 days ago

San Francisco news, California news.

The cleanup of San Francisco's Inner Richmond neighborhood will begin Thursday after the gas explosion blazed the skies on Wednesday, set fire to five buildings and sent people panicked into the street before firefighters mastered the fire.

According to the authorities, there were no injuries.

Joanne Hayes-White, Fire Chief of San Francisco said the teams extinguished the fire about three hours after construction workers working on fiber optic cables cut a natural gas line, which led to triggered the fire.

Pacific Gas & Electric, which is under heightened scrutiny after a pipeline explosion in a California neighborhood in 2010, killing eight people, said workers are not affiliated with the company.