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UPDATE: Downtown streets reopen after gas line break 

Officials have given the all-clear after a natural gas line break shut down multiple streets in the heart of downtown Atlanta Wednesday afternoon.

All streets are now back open after the gas leak at 300 Luckie Street was resolved, Atlanta police said.

Baker Street at Luckie Street, Ivan Allen Boulevard at Luckie Street, and Simpson Street at Marietta Street had been closed since 11:15 a.m. The streets reopened about 1:30 p.m. 

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Authorities have not said what caused the leak. 

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