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ENGINEERS SEARCH FOR CAUSE IN CRACKED BEAM AT TRANSIT HUB

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Officials say a second beam in San Francisco’s celebrated new transit terminal also shows signs of cracking. The discovery Wednesday comes a day after an initial crack in a support beam shut down the transit hub that opened just last month.

San Francisco officials struggled Wednesday to find the source of unusual cracking in support beams that shut down a just-opened, $2 billion transit center meant to serve as a bold architectural statement from a wealthy, high-tech city.

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