The district says that the gas leak was repaired shortly before 4pm, according to CenterPoint Energy. The company said the leak was caused by a third party contractor, who struck a 2-inch plastic line.According to the Santa Fe ISD web site, "5th-8th Grade students en route home on buses. Car riders are currently being dismissed. 2nd-4th grade bus riders will be loading and on their way home shortly."
SANTA FE, TX --Students in the Santa Fe ISD were released late from school Wednesday afternoon after a shelter-in-place was lifted due to a ruptured gas line. The rupture happened on Warpath. The shelter-in-place had been issued for people in all buildings along that road. Affected Santa Fe schools included Dan Kubacak Elementary, Cowan Elementary, Barnett Intermediate and Santa Fe Junior High.