Plano Gas Leak Stopped, Roads Opened, Officials Say

Plano Fire-Rescue advised drivers to take alternate routes

A gas leak that forced road closures in Plano Monday evening has been stopped, Plano Fire-Rescue says.

The gas leak was at the intersection of Jupiter Road and 10th Street, just north of President George Bush Turnpike, according to a tweet from Plano-Fire Rescue.

One lane of northbound Jupiter Road will remain closed while crews finish their work.

The leak started around 11:30 a.m. Monday after a construction crew working in the area caused damage to a gas line, Plano Fire-Rescue said.

The road closures were expected to last through most of rush hour.

Atmos Energy and Plano Fire-Rescue crews made the necessary repairs and stopped the gas leak. 

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