Cleveland gas leak that led to evacuations shut off

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Photo: Cleveland Fire Dept.

CLEVELAND – A number of homes on Cleveland’s east side were evacuated on Tuesday morning after a gas leak in a 2-inch gas line on Woodstock Avenue.

The line was hit during a construction project.

Shortly before 11 a.m., firefighters reported that they were able to shut the leak off. They were beginning to reopen the streets and promised that residents would be allowed back into their homes very soon.

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