PHOENIX — More than 100 people were displaced from their homes in Phoenix after construction crews broke a gas line causing a leak on Monday.
Officials said construction crews were digging in a residential area when they hit a gas line with a backhoe.
The Phoenix Fire Department immediately started evacuating people in nearby homes. City buses were used to temporarily house the residents who were displaced.
The leak was secured and residents were able to go back into their homes shortly after being evacuated.
No injuries were reported due to the gas leak.
Up to Speed
Catch up on the latest news and stories on the 12 News YouTube channel. Subscribe today.