Apopka road reopens after gas leak

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Apopka road reopens after gas leak

A construction crew hit a gas line Friday morning forcing the closure of an Apopka road for a couple of hours.

According to police, the crew hit a 3 inch gas line


In my days not so long ago, contractors must be licensed in state and a large part of the testing had to do with gas, oil and electric underground, guess Florida contractors did not have to take that test?

It would seem that almost every day somewhere in Florida a contractor is punching through gas or electric underground.

Gas leak causes road closures in Lake County



Posted: 1:01 p.m. Saturday, May 17

Evacuations lifted as crews repair gas leak in Brevard

Brevard gas line break

A high-pressure gas line rupture forced the evacuations of several homes in Port St. John.


Posted: 1:29 p.m. Tuesday, June 4

SR 436 reopens after Casselberry gas leak capped


Posted: 5:37 p.m. Friday, June 7

SR 436 reopens after gas leak closes busy road


Posted: 7:00 p.m. Monday, Jan. 14

Gas leak forces evacuation of Titusville homes

A crew demolishing a Titusville house struck a gas line forcing the evacuation of surrounding homes.



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