Flood breaks gas line in New Ulm

Flooding in New Ulm breaks a gas line on Sunday.

According to the Pioneer Press, state emergency officials shut off the gas when residents smelled gas and saw bubbles in the river on Saturday afternoon.

As reported on the Star Tribune, Jill Oliveira, spokeswoman for the state's emergency operations center, said that the temporary gas line was being checked on regularly and that a new gas line will be built underground after the waters recede.

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