Flooding at 100 Van Ness in San Francisco in Hayes Valley caused damages estimated at $20 million, according to a source familiar with the police report filed against the tenant that allegedly sparked the incident.
The flooding began last Tuesday, October 11, when a riser – a high-volume valve used to connect fire hoses to the building’s water supply – was reportedly vandalized on the skyscraper’s 11th floor. of 29 floors, sending a huge wave of water through the corridors and down to the ground floor. A resident who spoke to SFGATE described wading through water in the lobby early Tuesday morning.
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