Body found at construction site in Lower Pacific Heights

San Francisco officials are investigating a body found at a construction site in the Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood Friday morning, according to the San Francisco Fire Department.

A fire crew responded to Bush and Franklin streets at 7:21 a.m. after someone reported a body at the bottom of a scaffold at a job site at the intersection. Fire officials said the person was dead when crews arrived.

Fire department officials said they called police to investigate.

San Francisco police have not been reached for comment.

San Francisco Medical Examiner officials confirmed that they removed a body from the site, but they could not release the name of the person.

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