SUN-STAR PHOTO BY MARCI STENBERG
Merced City firefighters stand by while PG&E crews worked to repair a gas line after subcontractors working for Teichert on the G Street underpass drilled into a PG&E gas line while they were working on exterior lighting at the nearby self-storage company. Residents of the home next to the ruptured line were observed by emergency responders, but they refused medical treatment, said Merced fire division chief Shawn Henry. The residents of the home were temporarily evacuated while PG&E crews worked to repair the line.
SUN-STAR PHOTO BY MARCI STENBERG Merced City firefighters stand by while PG&E crews worked to repair a gas line after subcontractors working for Teichert on the G Street underpass drilled into a PG&E gas line while they were working on exterior lighting at the nearby self-storage company. Residents of the home next to the ruptured line were observed by emergency responders, but they refused medical treatment, said Merced fire division chief Shawn Henry. The residents of the home were temporarily evacuated while PG&E crews worked to repair the line. Merced Sun-Star
SUN-STAR PHOTO BY MARCI STENBERG Merced City firefighters stand by while PG&E crews worked to repair a gas line after subcontractors working for Teichert on the G Street underpass drilled into a PG&E gas line while they were working on exterior lighting at the nearby self-storage company. Residents of the home next to the ruptured line were observed by emergency responders, but they refused medical treatment, said Merced fire division chief Shawn Henry. The residents of the home were temporarily evacuated while PG&E crews worked to repair the line. Merced Sun-Star

Gas leak repaired at G Street underpass site

September 07, 2011 11:30 AM