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24th Avenue Northwest narrows at Robinson Street due to gas line break

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The intersection of 24th Avenue Northeast and Robinson Street on May 28. 24th Avenue Northwest was narrowed at Robinson Street on Monday due to a gas line break.

The northbound portion of 24th Avenue Northwest has been narrowed to one lane at Robinson Street for emergency repairs after a gas line break.

The road has been narrowed indefinitely, according to a Monday press release from the city at 12:57 p.m. Traffic control devices are in place and drivers should avoid the area.

A contractor working in the area hit a 6-inch gas line late Monday morning, according to the release. Oklahoma Natural Gas crews are making repairs and have turned off gas for the area.

Scott Kirker is a letters and Spanish senior and assistant news managing editor for The Daily. Previously he worked as summer editor-in-chief and as a news reporter covering research and administrative searches.

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