Gas leak ‘contained’ in downtown Lawrenceville 

Update (2:35 p.m.): The gas leak in downtown Lawrenceville has been contained, the city said. 

Traffic flow has returned to normal and gas has been shut off for repairs. Gas customers in the area should not experience an interruption in service. 

Original story (published 1:15 p.m.): A gas leak occurred in downtown Lawrenceville shortly after noon Tuesday, the city said.

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Crews are responding to the leak at the corner of Jackson and East Crogan streets. The response is causing traffic to be rerouted until the leak is resolved, the city said. 

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