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Gas line hit in Mason City

It blocked off part of a busy road Wednesday.

Posted: Jan. 23, 2019 10:47 PM
Updated: Jan. 23, 2019 10:47 PM

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reckless driving./// part of a busy street in mason city was blocked off for a short time this afternoon. around 4á30 á crews responded to the intersection of 15th street and north federal avenue where officials say a driver slid off the intersection and struck a gas meter on the butcher's catering building á and as a precaution á traffic in the area was blocked. vicky jensen lives nearby á and was coming home from running errands when she came across the scene á and heard a loud echoing hiss.xxx "it echoed off the old buildings over here across the street, and it was loud. you could hear it." /// thankfully á no residents in the area were evacuated./// just ahead... a developing á and tragic á story out of florida tonight.xxx it's very shocking just ahead... the latest on the investigation into
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