Hundreds of residents of a luxury downtown San Francisco apartment building, 33 Tehama, were evacuated with a moment’s notice from their homes on Friday after a burst water pipe flooded every floor of the building. Now they say they have no idea when they may be able to return, or where they will live as they wait.
All 35 floors of the high-end SoMa tower were impacted on Friday after a 6-inch pipe burst on the roof or top floor and water started gushing through hallways and rooms. “On the second floor, water was dripping from the ceiling. It was really bad,” resident Tyler Patterson told SFGATE.