Explosion in San Francisco's Outer Mission District
Three treated for injuries
By Brigid Gaffikin
May 25, 2007
Police are at the scene of an explosion in San Francisco's Outer
Mission neighborhood this morning, a police officer at the Ingleside
An arson inspector has been called out to 5315 Mission St., a
strip of mostly small retail businesses, the officer said.
Police "got there, they saw the windows of the cleaners
blown out," Gittens said.
A man and a woman living in the unit, at 5315 Mission St., took
themselves to the hospital for treatment after the 6:44 a.m. blast,
Another man who was in the unit was treated at the scene, a fire
The explosion is not related to a cleaner's business at the front
of the multistory building, police said.
The neighborhood is a strip of mostly small retail businesses,
a police officer at the Ingleside Station said.
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