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Gas Leak in NJ Forces Evacuation of 50 Homes: Police


The high levels of natural gas forced the evacuations of a few dozen homes, police said. The homes were on Tennessee Avenue, Hudson Avenue and Georgia Drive. Gas crews turned off service to 40 homes as they worked to find the source of the leak ...


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Gas Leak Forces Dozens From Homes in NJLinkEmbedCopyClose Link to this video //www.nbcnewyork.com/on-air/as-seen-on/Gas-Leak-Forces-Dozens-From-Homes-in-NJ_New-York-468223333.htmlCopyClose Embed this video Replay More videos (1 of 9)«» nbc.tbNextVideoIsSafe = false; About 40 homes were evacuated in Brick Township amid a gas leak(Published Saturday, Jan6, 2018) nbc.tbNextVideoIsSafe = true; A large gas leak at a Jersey Shore township forced the evacuation of 50 homes, police said. A homeowner reported the smell of natural gas in the Lake Riviera neighborhood of Brick Township, New Jersey Natural Gas spokesman Michael Kinney said. The high levels of natural gas forced the evacuations of a few dozen homes, police saidThe homes were on Tennessee Avenue, Hudson Avenue and Georgia Drive. Gas crews turned off service to 40 homes as they worked to find the source of the leak, Kinney said. Top Tri-State News Photos@kbischer / TwitterThe leak was discovered to be in the roadway on Tennessee Avenue and the gas had reached dangerously high levels in storm drains, according to police.Residents were allowed back in their homes after service was shut offThe utility company hopes to have service restored to the 40 homes Saturday night, Kinney said. There were no reports of injuries and no explosions.Cause of Mass Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in NJ RevealedGet the latest from NBC 4 New York anywhere, anytimeDownload the App Available for IOS and AndroidFollow NBC New YorkTwitter, Instagram, Facebook

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