San Francisco Remembers The 1906 Earthquake

San Francisco is adding tech to its 113th anniversary of the 1906 Earthquake today.  A ceremony was held earlier this morning at Lotta’s Fountain followed by a procession that would then head to the Golden Hydrant, which is credited with saving the Mission from being consumed by fire after the magnitude 7.9 quake. Officials will be conducting a test of the emergency AlertSF system at 11:00 a.m. to commemorate the devastating earthquake. Mayor London Breed is encouraging all San Franciscans to sign up for AlertSF by texting their zip code to 888-777.