"Unless you want to experience the pandemonium of a devastating terrorist attack, you might want to steer clear of downtown San Francisco on Aug. 16," writes the Examiner. And where will we be tomorrow? That's right, in downtown San Francisco. Two simulated nuclear attacks will go down, so to speak, within a three-hour period: the first around 10 a.m. at 555 California, the "second some time later" at 1 Post.
"To amplify the illusion of a weekday attack," over 100 students have volunteers to play victims. But we expect each and everyone of you to show up between 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. to get in on the fun. Be sure to dress apocalyptically.
The simulated attack will also result in the following street closures from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.:
- Montgomery Street between Sacramento and Market streets
- Pine Street between Battery and Kearny streets
- Post Street between Kearny and Montgomery streets
- Leidesdorff Street between Pine and California streets
- Intersections: Sansome, Leidesdorff and Montgomery at Pine; Post, Bush and Sutter at Montgomery
Most of all, don't forget to have fun. See you downtown.