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Natural gas leak has Powell County residents wondering

A natural gas leak at the Kinder Morgan pipeline in Cave City in Powell County caused a stir among neighboring residents Monday.

Natural gas leak reported at Blue Grass Army Depot

The main entrance to the depot was closed and employees in the administrative area were told to shelter in place as a precaution.

Gas leak shut down intersection of Man O’ War and Richmond Road Monday night

Police say the intersection at Man O' War and Richmond Road is shut down while firefighters work to fix a natural gas leak.

UPDATE: Harrodsburg Road reopens following gas leak

Harrodsburg Road and most evacuated businesses nearby reopened Monday evening after being closed earlier when a car hit a gas line in Lexington.

UPDATE: New Circle Road reopens following gas leak

All lanes of New Circle Road in Lexington reopened just before 6:00 p.m. following closure for gas leak.

Evacuees return home after gas leak in Montgomery County

People were allowed to return to their homes Tuesday night after a natural gas leak in Montgomery County led to evacuations, a road closure and an intentional power outage.

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