UPDATE: Radio reports saying a high pressure struck with free-flowing gas and firefighters are going house to house to warn neighbors. A dump truck also struck a utility pole and the pole is being held up by the dump truck.

 

2019-04-30 @ 12:18pm– #Fairfield CT– Fairfield Beach Road westbound at Rowland Road is closed due to construction workers hitting a gas line.

 

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Noticias de Fairfield: Poste de utilidad fue golpeado
2019-04-30 @ 12:18pm–#Fairfield CT–Fairfield Beach Road W en Rowland Road está cerrado, los trabajadores de la construcción golpearon una línea de gas.
ACTUALIZACIÓN: Los informes de radio que dicen que una alta presión golpeó con el gas y los bomberos van de casa en casa para advertir a los vecinos. Un camión también golpeó un poste de la utilidad esta retenido por el camión.

Stephen Krauchick

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