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Surveillance video shows more than 150 people streaming into an illegal nightclub in San Francisco over 48 hours.
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera and police chief William Scott announced Monday that they have shut down an underground nightclub for violating San Francisco’s stay-at-home public health order, making it the first such warrant issued in the city to enforce the public health order.
“Cramming dozens of people into an illegal club during this outbreak is like dropping a lit match in the woods during fire season. Who knows how far the damage will spread? It’s the epitome of irresponsibility,” Herrera said in a statement.
The illegal club had been operating out of an industrial building at 2266 Shafter Avenue in San Francisco’s Bayview District, according to the San Francisco City Attorney’s Office. Continue Reading