Did you smell it—again?
For a second day in a row, San Francisco residents are reporting a sulfuric, rotten egg stench wafting through the city.
The Chronicle reports this morning that PG&E received 15 calls of stink between 11pm last night and 1am this morning. That's on top of the 54 calls the company received after 2am Wednesday.
Despite the calls, a PG&E representative told the Chron that the smell “appears not related to PG&E facilities.”
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District, San Francisco Fire Department and a few other agencies are reportedly still following their noses.
SF's swanky Fairmont hotel-one of the places firefighters visited searching for the source of a mysterious odor! pic.twitter.com/1LfbsFbL7x— carolyn tyler (@ctylerabc7) December 29, 2016
Update 1:35pm: The Bay Area Air Quality Management District is investigating whether the source of the funky stench is the Chevron refinery across the bay in Richmond. Thanks to commenter Senor_Wences for the tip.
Never miss a story.
Subscribe today to get Hoodline delivered straight to your inbox.