A northwest Oklahoma City school and two homes were evacuated Thursday morning due to a broken gas line.
Oklahoma City firefighters and Oklahoma Natural Gas responded at the scene.
TAC 1 | HAZMAT - 1900 Blk NW 18th St | HazMat crews are on the scene of a medium pressure natural gas line that has been cut. This incident is near a school. The area around the school has been evacuated. ONG is on scene - DM 8:25 a.m.— Oklahoma City Fire (@OKCFD) August 30, 2018
Firefighters evacuated Rosary Catholic School and nearby homes near NW 19th and Virginia Avenue around 8 a.m.
The 260 students at Rosary Catholic School were moved to another area of the campus to shelter in place, firefighters said.
UPDATE | 1900 Blk NW 18th St | This is a gas line that has been cut. 260 students have been moved to another area of the school and sheltered in place. 2 adjacent homes evacuated. No injuries. ONG on scene. - DM 8:57 a.m. pic.twitter.com/a6lr1K7jnp— Oklahoma City Fire (@OKCFD) August 30, 2018
No injuries were reported.
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