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Wandal natural gas line ruptured, brigades on scene

FIRE officers are working to disperse gas after a natural gas line was ruptured on Lions Creek Road.

The Queensland Rural Fire Service says a piece of heavy machinery accidentally dug up the line about 9.40am.

A spokesman says two brigades are on scene near Jardine Park at Wandal, dispersing the gas with a water spray.

Topics:  gas leak, natural gas, qfrs, queensland, wandal




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