Crews safely removed an old military ordnance after it was found in the area of Bayhill Drive between Cherry Avenue and El Camino Real in San Bruno, officials said Thursday.
Just after 3 p.m., San Bruno police said their officers received a report from workers at a construction site that they located an object that was suspected to be an old military ordnance.
YouTube offices were among the nearby buildings that were evacuated as a precaution, police said.
San Bruno police said that officers with the assistance of other agencies isolated the object and established a perimeter for the an explosive ordnance team to safely remove the object.
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Officials said the object has since been removed and the streets in the surrounding area have reopened to traffic.
The San Bruno Fire Department was also at the scene.