San Francisco's One Stockton Street Apple Store gets a temporary fountain
Those of you who follow Twitter and Instagram were probably chuckling yesterday afternoon when folks in San Francisco started sending out images of a huge fountain next to the Apple Store at One Stockton Street. Twitter user @its__amandaaa (Amanda Hoac) took the photo above as well as a fun slo-mo video of the fountain in action that was featured on ABC7 News' Facebook page.
The fountain isn't a new architectural feature for the store that's going to be closed when a new flagship Apple Store is opened; rather, it was a side "benefit" of construction work that seems to have been going on forever in the area. A construction worker apparently hit a fire hydrant with a piece of equipment, causing the waterworks to erupt until workers were able to shut it off.
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