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Several Hagerstown residents can return following natural gas leak

September 7th, 2022 by WCBC Radio

The all clear has been given after a number of residents In Hagerstown had to evacuate Tuesday over a natural gas leak. It was reported that over 1,000 people had to leave several blocks of the city's south end after a construction crew struck a pipe in the area by mistake. The city said Memorial Boulevard between Potomac Street and Maryland Avenue would be temporarily closed until Columbia Gas completed repair work. Four customers reportedly lost gas service due to the incident. WBAL reported there were no injuries