UPDATE: According to News10, work is ongoing on 3rd Avenue between 34th and Broadway after construction crews punctured a gas line early Friday.
PG&E crews turned off the gas and stopped the leak, but repairs will continute for at least three hours, according to News10.
TRAFFIC ALERT: Due to ongoing gas leak, 3rd ave is shut down between 34th St & Broadway. DETAILS: http://t.co/xoxd7gKYe1— News10 - California (@News10_CA) July 25, 2014
9 A.M. -- A gas leak in the North Oak Park neighborhood prompted evacuations and street closures early Friday.
The gas leak was reported at 3rd Avenue and Broadway.
Authorities said construction crews punctured a two-inch gas line while working.
Approximately 20 people were evacuated.
-Capital Public Radio Staff
Gad leak Sacramento near Broadway and 3rd ave. 20 people are evacuated. 2 inch punctured gas line http://t.co/xf9x5qbIzf— SacFire PIO (@SacFirePIO) July 25, 2014
Update on Broadway. Aprox 20 people being evacuated due to a 2inch gas line that was punctured during construction.— SacFire PIO (@SacFirePIO) July 25, 2014
SacCityFire is working a gas leak people being evacuated. Broadway closed down at 3rd av. pic.twitter.com/oM8st0CFt4— SacFire PIO (@SacFirePIO) July 25, 2014
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