PG&E responded to reports of a gas leak on Fourth and M Streets in Eureka after a construction crew struck a gas line with a saw.
Highway 101 was closed to make the area safe and stop the flow of gas but has since reopened.
Read the full statement from PGE representative Deanna Contreras below.
The safety of our customers, crews and communities we serve is our most important responsibility. PG&E has responded to reports of a gas leak at 4th and M Streets in Eureka, after a construction crew, unrelated to PG&E, struck a gas line with a saw. This happened after 11:20 am. Crews are working with first responders at the scene to make the area safe and stop the flow of gas. Gas to two customers is currently impacted.