Minor gas leak evacuates building, closes intersection on Sunset Hill

A minor gas leak has been resolved at a construction site near the shops on Sunset Hill at 32nd Ave NW and NW 65th St.

Seattle Fire Department responded with several units and Puget Sound Energy was called out to investigate the leak, which was resolved quickly and without incident.

Kristin Tinsley from Seattle Fire said they called off the additional fire units after PSE couldn’t find any readings of gas. The intersection has been reopened and the building deemed safe for re-entry.

 


10
Leave a Reply

Please Login to comment
  Subscribe  
newest oldest most voted
Notify of
Long Time User
Guest
Long Time User

Let’s see, a gas leek means the sad sock puppet guy will have 15 posts about the homeless by the end of the day.

Pork Pie
Member
Pork Pie

But a braised leek will attract Ballard Eater…

Patrick
Guest
Patrick

and a $18 Wedge Salad

Ballard Eater
Guest
Ballard Eater

Yes braised leek, no $18 wedge salad. C’mon, that’s too much dinero. 32nd and 65th, isn’t that where the Rain City Video was? That’s gonna be a restaurant, supposedly (yum!)

Ballard Eater
Guest
Ballard Eater

I do miss Rain City Video though. I heard that Walter’s is also done at the end of November. Sad.

Gas Leak
Guest
Gas Leak

Time for a Seattle Public Utilities rate increase!

catherine
Guest
catherine

It was a minor leak in the road right of way on 65th. It took about 30 minutes to repair. Apparently the company putting in the hi speed internet lines nicked a gas line…..Much ado about nothing really.

eric
Member
eric

except for inept contractors “nicking” a gas line….

Simon Says
Guest
Simon Says

Who farted?

raj yadav
Guest
raj yadav

With free online money generator you can http://gta5moneyonline.net get unlimited reputation and hacking secret.