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***UPDATE*** 5:31 p.m. -- Nice weather today allowed officials to let the natural gas flow freely until it could be shut off. According to the Zanesville Fire Department natural gas is lighter than air and since wind was slight and there was no rain the gas will rise into the atmosphere. The Energy Cooperative was able to clamp the valve and repair it around 4:00 p.m. today.
***UPDATE*** 4:51p.m. -- Construction crews struck a gas line early this afternoon behind Bethesda Hospital....
The Zanesville Fire Department was called to the north end of town just after 11:30 Wednesday morning to deal with a natural gas leak.
Assistant Fire Chief Eric Waltemire says a construction crew putting in drain lines hit and severed a two-inch unmarked gas line on Colony Hill Drive. Waltemire says it happened at 11:40 a.m and it took crews until around 12:20 p.m. to get the gas shut off.
The Muskingum County Emergency Management Agency was alerted to the leak and...
The Zanesville Fire Department is investigating a natural gas leak on the north end of Zanesville.
The call came in just before noon Wednesday that a construction crew working in the area of Northpointe and Colony Hills struck a gas line. Crews were able to find the leak and shut off the gas without incident..
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company is investigating the cause of a natural gas leak in Morgan County near Glouster.
Spokesperson Gretchen Krueger said the company was notified of the leak by residents around 8:45 AM on Wednesday. Three homes and a barn on State Route 329 and Hooper Ridge Road were destroyed in a fire, and two additional houses and another building were also damaged. She said one family received medical treatment for minor injuries.