NEW: Atlanta fire responds to 4 separate gas leaks in 36 hours

The four leaks are not related.

The four leaks are not related.

The Atlanta Fire Department was called to respond to four separate gas leaks within 36 hours, officials said.

Fire crews are at the scene Tuesday of a leak on 11th Street at Atlantic Station, department spokesman Sgt. Cortez Stafford said. No details are available about the incident, he said.

Stafford said no evacuations are taking place due to the leak. However, the WSB 24-hour Traffic Center said drivers should expect some delays while navigating the area.

Two of the other leaks, which happened Monday, were the result of gas lines being damaged by construction crews, officials said.

The first incident was reported in the 2000 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, according to Stafford. A boring crew working in the area hit the gas line about 10:30 a.m., he said. All lanes of the road were blocked in both directions while fire crews worked to keep the leak under control.

Atlanta fire also worked on a gas leak in the 1200 block of Chattahoochee Avenue across from Topgolf, Stafford said. A construction crew hit that line about 11 a.m., he said.

No one was injured by either leak, and no nearby buildings were evacuated.

In a statement, Atlanta Gas Light said neither crew was working on a project related to AGL, spokeswoman Mekka Parish said.

A third gas leak on Piedmont Road temporarily closed the roadway between Peachtree Drive and East Paces Ferry Road. It is not clear what caused the third incident.

Stafford said none of the four incidents are related and there were “no more gas leaks than any other day.”

“They happen on a regular basis,” he said. “Some days there are more than others.”

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