Update: All Roads Reopened In Hamburg After Gas Line Repairs

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Updated: 1/29/2013 9:32 pm
All roads in Hamburg Pavilion in Lexington were reopened late Tuesday afternoon after being closed much of the day while repairs were made to a gas line.

Officials said a construction crew digging a hole for a traffic signal pole accidentally hit a gas line, causing a leak, which led to the shutdown of several streets.

Pink Pigeon Parkway was closed from Man O' War Boulevard to Vendor Way.  Part of Alysheba Way was closed as well.

There was an odor of gas in the area, but it was dissipated by a strong breeze for most of the day.

No one was injured.
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