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Lynden gas leak fixed, people return home.

Lynden gas leak fixed, people return home.

KGMI News Reporting

LYNDEN, Wash. – The gas line break in Lynden that closed a section of First Street and forced the evacuation of several homes has been fixed.

A construction crew building apartments in the area hit the two-inch cascade natural gas line.

Some houses and apartments in the area were evacuated, but no one is hurt and the rupture did not cause an explosion or fire.

People are being allowed back into their homes.

First Street has reopened.

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