Update: Construction crews hit gas line in Mississauga, people urged to avoid the area
Published June 7, 2023 at 2:16 pm
Editor’s Note: This article has been updated with new information
The gas line has now been repaired and the area is open to commuters, Peel Regional Police said in a tweet.
Peel Regional Police and Enbridge Gas crews are on site after construction equipment hit a gas line on a busy east Mississauga road this afternoon (June 7).
Police say the gas line was struck in the area of North Service Rd. and Stanfield Rd., steps north of the QEW and just west of Dixie Rd., just after 1:30 p.m.
Motorists and others are being told to avoid the area until further notice.
There’s no word yet on extent of the damage, or if the gas line was ruptured.
No injuries have been reported.
Police said that Enbridge Gas crews were on their way to the scene to assess damage and carry out any necessary repairs.
Drivers are being told to use alternate routes.
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– North Service Rd/Stanfield Rd #Mississauga
– Construction equipment hit gas line
– No injuries
– Gas company is on route
– Please avoid area
– Use alternate routes
– C/R at 1:34 pm
— Peel Regional Police (@PeelPolice) June 7, 2023