Evacuation orders were lifted after a gas leak in San Francisco Tuesday.
Crews, not affiliated with PG&E, working near Hearst Avenue and Forester Street struck a gas line causing the leak around 4:50 p.m., the utility company said.
Police ordered the immediate evacuations of the area while PG&E crews worked to repair the leak.
The incident was resolved around 6:30 p.m. and evacuation orders were lifted.
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No injuries were reported.