March 8 — Atmos Energy officials said the gas leak has been fixed, but crews are still working to remove natural gas that remains in surrounding soil. The company is also “performing additional leak surveys and using mobile leak detection units mounted on cars, as well as foot patrols,” as well as “repairing underground leaks and replacing sections of pipeline as needed,” according to a March 7 announcement from the city of Georgetown.
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