Road reopens following gas leak in Hamden

(Twitter/Hamden Fire Dept., file)

HAMDEN, Conn. (WTNH) — A gas leak in Hamden caused one road to close for some time on Monday.

Hamden Fire Department officials say an excavator hit a natural gas supply line at 130 Leeder Hill Drive around 12 noon.

The Southern Connecticut Gas Company was called to the scene to shut down the service line, allowing the road to reopen while crews made repairs.

There have been no reported injuries related to this incident.

Officials did not say how long repairs would take.

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