Gas leak reported on Agnes Street

EMERGENCY services cornered off part of Agnes Street in West Gladstone, after a gas leak was reported on a residential property this morning.

Queensland Fire and Rescue Service and police crews attended the scene.

Gladstone firefighter spokesperson said the leak occurred after an excavator hit a gas line.

Firefighters responded, making the area safe.

The crew used hose lines with water vapor to disperse the gas vapor until a gas company representative arrived on the scene, isolating the gas leak.



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