Fire Alarm Interrupts SFPD Chief

SFPD Chief Greg Suhr was just getting started when somebody pulled the fire alarm.

By Chris Roberts
|  Monday, Jan 9, 2012  |  Updated 4:24 PM PDT
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Fire Alarm Interrupts SFPD Chief

The alarm interrupted Suhr and cleared out the university's McLaren Conference Center.

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Somebody must not like San Francisco Police Department Chief Greg Suhr.

Or maybe Suhr doesn't like public speaking.

Suhr's remarks to a gathering of police chiefs on Monday morning was rudely interrupted when a fire alarm went off at the University of San Francisco, according to Bay City News.

The fire alarm rang out at 8:50 a.m., as Suhr was attempting to give the keynote address to a convocation of police chiefs.

The alarm interrupted Suhr and cleared out the university's McLaren Conference Center. It also awoke a crew of nearby students, who filed out of a dormitory in a state that could only be described as sleepy.

There was no fire and the source of the alarm is not yet known.
 

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