Emergency services have closed some roads within the CBD due to a gas leak.
Emergency services have closed some roads within the CBD due to a gas leak. MATT HARRIS

UPDATE: Auckland St reopened after gas leak

UPDATE 2:20PM: AUCKLAND Street has reopened traffic after a gas leak at Bramston St. 

Emergency services left the scene just after 2pm.

EARLIER: EMERGENCY services are at the scene of a gas leak within the Gladstone CBD.

A Queensland Fire and Emergency Services spokesperson said at 11.45am residents reported a gas line had been broken at Bramston St.

QFES, police and ambulance crews are at the scene.

Emergency services are at the scene of a suspected gas leak.
Emergency services are at the scene of a suspected gas leak. MATT HARRIS

A Queensland Police spokesman said it was suspected the gas line was broken by a contractor who was digging in the area. 

A QAS spokesperson said they were not assisting any patients, however are on standby. 

Road closures are in place at Auckland St and Bramston St. 



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