A truck that fell into a sinkhole on Seventh and Brannan streets this morning being pulled from the hole. (Courtesy / San Francisco Public Utilities Commission via Twitter)

A truck that fell into a sinkhole on Seventh and Brannan streets this morning being pulled from the hole. (Courtesy / San Francisco Public Utilities Commission via Twitter)

Sinkhole opens up beneath truck in SoMa

A sinkhole opened up beneath a construction truck in South of Market early Friday morning, causing traffic delays in the area, according to fire officials.

The truck sunk into the ground at Seventh and Brannan streets around 6:20 a.m., according to the San Francisco Fire Department Twitter.

The sinkhole measured around five-feet by 14-feet in size.

No injuries have been reported.

This is a breaking news story. Check back here later for updates.
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