San Francisco Marks 113 Years Since 1906 Earthquake And Fire
Dignitaries gathered in front of Lotta's Fountain early Thursday morning to mark 113 years since San Francisco was forever changed by the great earthquake and fire of 1906. Jackie Ward reports. (4/18/19)

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