Residents allowed back in homes after gas leak on Cleveland’s west side

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CLEVELAND -- An 8" gasline ruptured Thursday evening, causing a natural gas leak on the corner of W. 150th Street and Puritas Avenue.

The Cleveland Fire Department was on the scene evacuating residents. At just before 10 p.m., Neil Durbin with Dominion Energy Ohio told FOX 8 News, residents were allowed back in their homes.

The gas was shut off at just before 9 p.m.

According to the fire department, the W. 150th & Puritas intersection is now open.  Puritas Avenue is open going both directions and W. 150th is open north of Puritas.

W. 150th is still closed south of Puritas to Coe Avenue.

More details will be provided as they become available.

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