Gas leak is repaired in downtown Baltimore

October 03, 1990

Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. crews repaired a gas leak at the corner of West Baltimore and Eutaw Streets last night after a paramedic reported a strong odor of gas at the downtown intersection.

Fire officials said the paramedic was responding to a call about 9 p.m. when he noticed the odor. BG&E crews found a small leak in a pipe below the Community Blood and Plasma Service at 335 W. Baltimore St. They made a temporary repair and were set to return today.

BG&E spokesman Art Slusark said the utility had received more than the usual number of gas odor reports following Monday's explosion in Irvington that killed an elderly woman.

A repair crew also found a small amount of gas leaking yesterday from a stove and a hot water heater at a house in the 1500 block of Wilkins Avenue in Southwest Baltimore.

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