A crew struck a gas line around 9:30 a.m., according to Washington Gas. There was no risk to the area, and service was not impacted.
WASHINGTON — A gas leak around Capitol Hill led to the closure of several intersections Thursday morning.
A third-party crew struck a gas line in the area around 9:30 a.m., according to Washington Gas. They determined there was no risk to the area, and the leak did not impact service.
Traffic Advisory/US Capitol/Gas Leak – Street Closures on 2nd St from D St to East Capitol St NE; Constitution Ave from 1st St to 3rd St NE & Maryland Ave., from 3rd St to 1 St NE. Use alternate routes and follow Police directions.