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A report by KPIX said residents in the Richmond District of San Francisco have recently seen a steady stream of Waymo self-driving cars making u-turns on the dead-end street of 15th Avenue. One resident said the cars come at all hours of the day. The KPIX report even caught two Waymo vehicles attempting to turn around at the same time. You can watch the KPIX report above.

“There are some days where it can be up to 50,” said neighborhood resident Jennifer King. “It’s literally every five minutes. And we’re all working from home, so this is what we hear.”

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