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Gas Leak In Coral Cove

Gas Leak In Coral Cove
Gas Leak In Coral Cove, Image Courtesy: Pbcfr

BOCA RATON, FL – Boca Post (BocaPost.com) — A gas leak near Coral Cove required a multi-agency response on Wednesday afternoon after a crew damaged a main 4-inch gas pipe.

PBCFR tells Boca Post that they responded to a broken 4-inch gas pipe break that was cut into by a construction crew.

The response involved a repair that took several hours to complete. This was a mutual effort by Boca Raton Fire Rescue,  Palm Beach County Fire Rescue, Delray Beach Fire Rescue, Florida Public Utilities, and the South Florida Canteen.

Gas Leak In Coral Cove Map
Satellite View Of Area, Courtesy: Google Maps

Hearing Sirens? Find Out Why, NOW

The call was first published as ‘RESIDENTIAL LP LEAK WITH OR WITHOUT FIRE’ on CODE3, a live dispatch map provided by Boca Post, on Wednesday, March 22nd, 2022 at 4:44 PM.

As always, you can see local dispatch calls like this LIVE on CODE3, Boca Post’s Live Dispatch Map, which maps current 911 dispatches live as they occur so you can know why you are hearing sirens in the area as they happen.

Additionally, Boca Post provides basic call information alongside a map of the last 25 calls on a page for most of the geographic areas that we cover. The most recent 25 Boca Raton 911 calls can be quickly seen on the Boca Raton news page alongside the latest Boca Raton news provided by Boca Post.

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