SEATTLE - Crews were at the scene of a natural gas leak in Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighborhood Wednesday night.
The incident happened at Fourth Avenue South and South Washington Street.
According to the Seattle Fire Department, there was a ruptured 2-inch gas line.
Puget Sound Energy shut off the gas to the area.
No injuries were reported.
Bus routes were rerouted.
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