No evacuation from gas line leak in Harrison
No one was injured during a gas leak at a home in the 300 block of McWilliams Drive in Harrison Monday morning.
A portion of McWilliams Drive was blocked off to traffic for about a half hour, according to Harrison Township police. No one was evacuated.
The 11:30 a.m. leak occurred when a customer of Peoples Natural Gas was working in his yard. The man pulled a shrub in his front yard out of the ground, the roots of which were attached to a gas line, according to Peoples Natural Gas spokesman Barry Kukovich.
The gas company capped and shut off the resident's gas line shortly after they arrived at about 12:30 p.m., Kukovich said.
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