Emergency crews Wednesday morning responded to a gas leak and water main break in San Francisco, according to the city's emergency operations.
The incident shut down the area of Duboce Avenue and Castro Street, where San Francisco firefighters, PG&E personnel and water department crews responded.
At least one resident told NBC Bay Area they were notifed to evacuate their building, and San Francisco fire officials later said a one-block radius had been evacuated.
No injuries were reported, and no homes were damaged, SFFD said. Fewer than 100 people have been affected, officials added.
Traffic and public transit delays were expected, and commuters should consider alternate routes, according to officials.