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Gas leak, Marco Island

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At 10:30 a.m., Monday, Marco Island Fire Rescue received a call of a gas leak at 1455 Collingswood Ct. It was relayed that a gas line to a 500 gallon underground gas tank had been accidently cut. Fire Rescue crews used water to disperse the gas until the line could be shut off.

Submitted At 10:30 a.m., Monday, Marco Island Fire Rescue received a call of a gas leak at 1455 Collingswood Ct. It was relayed that a gas line to a 500 gallon underground gas tank had been accidently cut. Fire Rescue crews used water to disperse the gas until the line could be shut off.

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At 10:30 a.m., Monday, Marco Island Fire Rescue received a call of a gas leak at 1455 Collingswood Ct. It was relayed that a gas line to a 500 gallon underground gas tank had been accidently cut. Fire Rescue crews used water to disperse the gas until the line could be shut off.
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At 10:30 a.m., Monday, Marco Island Fire Rescue received a call of a gas leak at 1455 Collingswood Ct. It was relayed that a gas line to a 500 gallon underground gas tank had been accidently cut. Fire Rescue crews used water to disperse the gas until the line could be shut off.
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At 10:30 a.m., Monday, Marco Island Fire Rescue received a call of a gas leak at 1455 Collingswood Ct. It was relayed that a gas line to a 500 gallon underground gas tank had been accidently cut. Fire Rescue crews used water to disperse the gas until the line could be shut off.
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At 10:30 a.m., Monday, Marco Island Fire Rescue received a call of a gas leak at 1455 Collingswood Ct. It was relayed that a gas line to a 500 gallon underground gas tank had been accidently cut. Fire Rescue crews used water to disperse the gas until the line could be shut off.
  • Submitted
At 10:30 a.m., Monday, Marco Island Fire Rescue received a call of a gas leak at 1455 Collingswood Ct. It was relayed that a gas line to a 500 gallon underground gas tank had been accidently cut. Fire Rescue crews used water to disperse the gas until the line could be shut off.
  • Submitted
At 10:30 a.m., Monday, Marco Island Fire Rescue received a call of a gas leak at 1455 Collingswood Ct. It was relayed that a gas line to a 500 gallon underground gas tank had been accidently cut. Fire Rescue crews used water to disperse the gas until the line could be shut off.
  • Submitted
At 10:30 a.m., Monday, Marco Island Fire Rescue received a call of a gas leak at 1455 Collingswood Ct. It was relayed that a gas line to a 500 gallon underground gas tank had been accidently cut. Fire Rescue crews used water to disperse the gas until the line could be shut off.

At 10:30 a.m., Monday, Marco Island Fire Rescue received a call of a gas leak at 1455 Collingswood Ct. It was relayed that a gas line to a 500 gallon underground gas tank had been accidently cut. Fire Rescue crews used water to disperse the gas until the line could be shut off.

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