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SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – The superintendent at the San Francisco Justice Hall said water flowed through secured pipes on the fifth floor Friday morning into a hallway, but it has since been cleaned.
“There was no poop all the way down the hall,” said site supervisor Scott Cline.
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Civil engineers and custodians were made aware of the interruption around 9 a.m. and arrived on the fifth floor to find water on the floor.
The fifth floor still serves as office space for some San Francisco Police Department employees, although most police officers, including Chief Greg Suhr, have moved to the newly constructed public security building.
Cline said everything near the stalemate has been cleaned and sanitized and will be cleaned and sanitized again this weekend.
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He said fans and dehumidifiers are set up to ensure the carpet that has just been cleaned dries on time for Monday business hours.
Cline said there are frequent interruptions on the top two floors of the building, floors six and seven, where the county jail is located.
He said inmates were known to clog the building’s system with shirts and other debris.
The superintendent couldn’t say exactly what caused the hiatus on Friday.
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