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UPDATE: Gas services restored in Lefors

UPDATE: Gas service is restored for residents in Lefors after a gas line leak prompted officials to shut it down Thursday afternoon.

Crews worked through the night where the line was ruptured near 6th and McLean, and had service back on by the early hours of Friday morning.

If anyone in Lefors experiences problems with their gas service, they're urged to call City Hall at 806-835-2900.

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Amarillo, TX - Lefors officials say gas service is temporarily shut down.

A gas line leak at 6th and McLean has prompted all services to close while crews work to repair the damaged line.

Officials say service could be shut down for several hours.

Residents are encouraged to avoid the area of the leak at this time.
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