INDIANAPOLIS - A ruptured gas line had city emergency crews responding to a northeast-side construction zone Wednesday morning.
The Indianapolis Fire Department (IFD) said just after 8:30 a.m., crews from IFD and Citizens Energy responded to an area near Fall Creek Road and Creek Ridge Trail.
Crews said construction workers in the area somehow hit a gas line, causing it to rupture. (The pinpoint on the map below is an approximation of the area where the gas line was hit, not an exact location.)
There is no word yet as to whether nearby homes are being evacuated.
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