Gas Leak at Wethersfield School Repaired

Monday, Apr 22, 2013  |  Updated 9:18 AM EDT
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Gas Leak at Wethersfield School Repaired

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Fire crews are investigating a gas leak at Emerson-Williams Elementary School in Wethersfield.

For the third time in recent months, firefighters were called to Emerson-Williams Elementary School in Wethersfield for a gas leak.

The latest happened around 8 a.m. Monday.

Emergency vehicles set up outside the school at 461 Wells Road. Students and staff were kept out of the school as a precaution, according to Wethersfield fire officials.

Connecticut Natural Gas crews were able to determine the cause of the leak and repaired it around 8:45 a.m.

Monday's leak was the third at the school in the past four months, fire officials said.

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