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Posted on: March 11, 2019

Natural Gas Leak on Panther Creek Pkwy Resolved

(March 10, 2019) Frisco Fire Department and Atmos responded to multiple “smell of gas calls” Sunday morning. Atmos crews ultimately found the origin of the gas leak on Panther Creek Parkway in a remote location at 12:07pm. Frisco Fire Department Hazardous Materials Team and Firefighters established a perimeter and monitored the gas levels in the air. No evacuations were required. The leak was shut off at 1:00pm and the smell of Mercaptan (the rotten egg smell) began dissipating.

According to Atmos, homes and businesses were not affected by the leak.

Atmos continues to work on identifying and correcting the cause of the leak.

There are currently no gas readings in the area and all Frisco Fire Department units have cleared.

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