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Crews contain natural gas leak in Troy


UPDATE @ 12:50 p.m. 

A natural gas leak in the area of Commerce Center Boulevard and Stanfield Road has been contained, according to officials at the scene. 

Fire crews reopened the roadway before 12:45 p.m. 

Additional details were not immediately available. 

FIRST REPORT

Troy Fire crews are on scene of a natural gas leak.

The area of Commerce Center Boulevard and Stanfield Road is blocked near CNG Natural Gas station, 700 S. Stanfield Road.

The leak happened around 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 14.

A trucker was reportedly filling his tank when the leak happened and gas was reportedly spewing. 

“We’re going to let the tank bleed off,” fire officials said on emergency scanners. 

The truck driver is standing about 100 feet from the leak, according to emergency dispatchers.


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