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Alum Rock Ave. in San Jose Reopens After Gas Leak

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    A low-pressure natural gas line in East San Jose was ruptured by a PG&E crew while performing routine maintenance Thursday, and was finally capped early Friday morning, 14 hours later, PG&E officials said. Damian Trujillo reports. (Published Friday, July 15, 2016)

    A low-pressure natural gas line in East San Jose was ruptured by a PG&E crew while performing routine maintenance Thursday, and was finally capped early Friday morning, 14 hours later, PG&E officials said.

    Alum Rock Avenue, which was closed during the rupture, finally reopened Friday morning. 

    The leak was first reported Thursday 1:51 p.m. in the 2500 block of Alum Rock Avenue, near Interstate 680, and the San Jose Fire Department responded to the scene as PG&E crews worked to cap the line.

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