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UPDATE: Leak Sealed On Gas Line At Fayette Mall
Lexington Police said that a gas line leak at Fayette Mall had been clamped. Police said construction crews working on the demolition of the old Sears store Saturday hit the line just before noon.
UPDATE: Fayette Mall Gas Leak Being Capped
Fire officials have confirmed that the Fayette Mall is not being evacuated due to a leak at the construction site, although neighboring PNC Bank and Olive Garden were for safety measures.
Water Conservation Advisory for Garrard Co. & Crab Orchard
A water line break that happened Monday morning at Buckeye Street and Hamilton Street in Garrard County has prompted officials to urge residents to scale back their water consumption.
Accident Shuts Down Part of Nicholasville Road
Lexington fire crews said a fuel spill caused by a collision between a car and pickup truck on Nicholasville Road led to the closure of inbound lanes in the Wilhite Drive area.
Gas Leak Prompts Motel Evacuation
Lexington officials said a gas line that was hit by a construction crew on Buena Vista Road Friday morning resulted in the evacuation of a motel.
Semi Diesel Leak Closes I-75 for Several Hours
I-75 was shut down for several hours Saturday after Lexington police said a tractor trailer leaked diesel fuel onto the roadway. Video Video
Blue Grass Army Depot Reports Vapor Leak
Army officials report low levels of vapors leaking in the chemical weapons igloo at the Blue Grass Army Depot.
Small Leak At Blue Grass Army Depot
The Blue Grass Army Depot in Richmond reports that a small vapor leak.
Water Still Not Flowing in Owen County
Kentucky American Water said Thursday morning that it's continuing its work to fix the water system problems in Owen County.
Official: No Danger From Chemical Weapons Leak
Spokeswoman for the Blue Grass Army Depot says a vapor leak from a sarin gas round posed no danger to the public and stayed contained inside a storage igloo at the base.
Plans in Place as WV Chemical Plume Passes Cincinnati
A chemical leak from West Virginia that spilled chemicals into the Elk River has prompted two groups in Ohio and Kentucky to create an incident command center in Cincinnati to ensure water supplies are safe.
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