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San Francisco supervisors pass permit program plan for vendors at Fisherman’s Wharf after small explosion at unpermitted food cart

San Francisco (KGO)-San Francisco supervisors have passed plans to create a permit program for Fisherman’s Wharf vendors.

Voting takes place in fear of the illegal expansion of the outdoor market at the wharf.

Relation: San Francisco cracks down on illegal vendors at Fisherman’s Wharf

The new video shows the risks associated with unauthorized vendors. At Pier 41 on Wednesday, a small petrol tank exploded while two visitors were trying to buy food.

There were no major injuries.

“As soon as it exploded, all the other food carts left,” said Randall Scott of the Fisherman’s Wharf Community Benefits District. “They disappeared. That’s a big problem.”

on Monday, I talked to the CEO Of Pier 39 about illegal vendors. He expressed concern about unrefrigerated foods and alcohol served without ID checking.

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