Four floors of Bank of America building evacuated after water main break 

Four floors of the Bank of America building were evacuated Monday morning after a 3-inch water main broke, flooding the seventh and eighth floors of the building.

According to fire dispatch, reports of a water main break were received by the San Francisco Fire Department around 11:52 a.m.

Fire officials were on the scene within three minutes. The water valves were shut off within 25 minutes of the first call, according to fire dispatch.

The seventh and eighth floors received the most water damage. The seventh, eight, ninth and 10th floors of the building were evacuated, according to fire officials.

No injuries were reported, but there is a lot of water in the area.

The building, located at 555 California St., is a 52-story building in the heart of The City’s financial district.

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