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Business evacuated because of broken gas line

Up to 12 workers were removed from the area at 7740 N. Business Park Drive until Southwest Gas secured the leak. (Source: Northwest Fire District) Up to 12 workers were removed from the area at 7740 N. Business Park Drive until Southwest Gas secured the leak. (Source: Northwest Fire District)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A broken gas line on Tucson's northwest side resulted in a temporary evacuation of a business and road closure on Wednesday morning.

According to a news release from the Northwest Fire District, a scissor lift truck struck an above-ground stub of a 2-inch high-pressure line, causing the break at 7740 N. Business Park Drive, near Cortaro and Interstate 10.

Up to 12 workers at the business were removed from the area until Southwest Gas secured the leak.

Business Park Drive was closed while the work was done.

No injuries were reported.

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