Gas Leak Causes Evacuation In Lexington

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Updated: 11/15/2012 6:27 pm
A gas leak in Lexington forced people out a home Thursday afternoon.

Fire officials said a gas line was hit around 4 p.m. when work was being done to a house on Manhattan Drive near Bryan Station Road. Officials say Columbia Gas came and fixed the problem. The road was closed for a short time.

Fire officials say no one was hurt in the incident.
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