Officials in San Francisco are working to figure out a way to quiet a low hum coming from the famed Golden Gate Bridge that has become annoying to some residents. The noise was first reported on June 5. The culprit is reportedly the northwest winds hitting the bridge’s sidewalk railings that have recently been installed in a retrofitting. Some residents say the noise that is produced sounds like torture and causes them physiological distress. The chief engineer for the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District said engineers were unaware that the sound would be produced and consultants have been asked to help solve the issue.