Some parts of the city received almost an inch of rain today. Although it looks like things are going to dry out tonight and into tomorrow, today's rain showers left San Francisco's first responders with plenty to cleanup.
Tipster Allison Y. made us aware of this downed tree on the 700 block of Oak Street that workers are currently removing from the nearby street and sidewalks. Tree branches apparently landed on a parked car; however, there were no reported injuries.
There was also a reported landslide at 91 Charter Oaks Avenue (near where I-280 and US-101 split). Although no structures have been damaged, the San Francisco Fire Department said that mud is collecting at the rear of a building. The department is asking neighbors to avoid the area.
AT 1359 HRS LANDSLIDE ON HILL, MUD COLLECTING AT REAR OF BLDG. 91 Charter Oaks NO INJURIES OR ENTRAPMENTS. NO STRUCTURES DAMAGED AVOID AREA pic.twitter.com/LSdaqv35ZW— San Francisco Fire (@sffdpio) December 10, 2016
Within the past hour, limited BART service has been restored following an earlier power outage that left an eight-car train stranded on the tracks.
Update: BART - Limited Service Restored Between Daly City and 24th Street Stations Due to Power Issues. https://t.co/ITRwoLsl4h— 511 SF Bay (@511SFBay) December 10, 2016
There is also reported flooding along the Great Highway at Judah Street. Officials are asking drivers to avoid the area until the flooding has subsided.
Great Highway at Judah Flooded AVOID AREA DPW ENROUTE pic.twitter.com/xQFrE4O0if— San Francisco Fire (@sffdpio) December 10, 2016
Has today's wet weather caused any damage in your neighborhood? Be sure to send us a tip or text us at (415) 200-3233.
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