A block of North Main Street in Breckenridge was fully reopened Saturday morning following a nearly weeklong closure due to a natural gas leak.
Some businesses on Breckenridge’s popular Main Street have reopened, but the remnants of a gas leak that shut down portions of the street since Sunday persisted into Tuesday evening.
A part of Breckenridge’s tourist-heavy Main Street remained shuttered on Monday as the source of a gas leak continued to elude firefighters and Xcel Energy crews.
The Denver Fire Department is evacuating several buildings in downtown Denver after construction crews damaged a 10-inch high pressure natural gas line.
Thornton authorities say a June house explosion was an act of suicide.
The contractor that caused two dangerous natural gas-line leaks here resumed work Friday under Xcel Energy’s supervision.
A construction company has been told to stop working after they hit a gas line, forcing the evacuation of homes in Vail Monday evening. It’s the same construction crew that hit a gas line forcing the evacuation of 900 hotel guests in Vail last Wednesday.
Dozens of residents in Vail returned home early Tuesday morning after they were forced out because of a gas leak.
A natural gas leak forced the evacuations of three hotels in Vail Wednesday afternoon.
The gas leak that caused a home explosion in Thornton last month was intentional, according to authorities at a community meeting Wednesday evening to discuss what happened.