A homeless encampment in an industrial area south of Potrero Hill in San Francisco was set ablaze on Thursday night and the fire quickly spread to an adjacent Muni warehouse, causing tens of thousands of dollars in damage, officials said.The Muni warehouse and equipment inside sustained about $68,000 to $70,000 worth of damage, investigators estimated, according to Officer Robert Rueca, a spokesman for the San Francisco Police Department.On Wednesday morning, a fire at an encampment at Seventh and Berry streets in the Mission Bay neighborhood was quickly extinguished but sent a massive plume of smoke into the sky.
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