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Crews Repair Main Street Gas Leak

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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WGGB) — Crews from Columbia Gas have been able to repair a small gas leak found downtown.

Just after noon Wednesday, firefighters were called to the area of 1691 Main Street for a smell of gas.

When they arrived, a smell was detected and a portion of Main Street was shut down as a precaution, while they and crews from Columbia Gas investigated.

Investigators found that a small leak was coming from a stove inside the former Teresa’s Soul Food.

No injuries were reported.

The scene was cleared and road reopened around 1:15 p.m.

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  • alpinequeen

    That’s two in one day, first the Sumner Avenue School and now this.

  • alpinequeen

    That’s two in one day, first the Sumner Avenue School and now this one.

  • The truth

    90% really! Come on Springfield ain’t that far gone yet. There is only 60% of our citizens that are lazy scum bags that don’t pay there own way!