UPDATE: Gas leak capped in Dogpatch neighborhood

A gas leak caused by a construction crew in San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood this morning has been capped, fire officials said.

The leak was reported around 9 a.m. in the area of 1275 Minnesota St., fire officials said.

A third-party construction crew hit a 2-inch gas main, prompting the evacuation of nearby 1260 Minnesota St. The building at 1275 Minnesota was unoccupied, fire officials said.

PG&E crews responded and capped the leak by 9:44 a.m., according to the fire department.

No injuries were reported as a result of the leak.

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