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Natural Gas Leaks Into Raleigh Sewer Line

Posted February 9, 2007

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— Raleigh authorities were called Friday evening to investigate a leak of natural gas into city sewer lines in the area of  West Aycock Street  and Fairview Road.

Fire Department investigators said the gas had gotten into sewer lines beneath the street, but did not pose an immediate danger. Authorities determined evacuations were not necessary.

Crews from Progress Energy and the city Public Utilities Department were called to the scene.
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  • Made In USA Feb 9, 2007

    Guess those folks near the gas leak ought not to pass any of their own gas when they go to the can cause it might cause an explosion!

  • BRUCEY BABY Feb 9, 2007

    IS NOT GAS ..IS THOSE LIBERAL FUMES FROM CHAPEL HILL, SCURRYING UNDERGROUND TO FIND ITS WAY OUT IN RALEIGH TO GET A STRENGTH HOLD ON A SANE COMMUNITY..POOR CHAPEL HILL.