Shelter-in-place, evacuation lifted in Angleton following natural gas leak

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Wednesday, October 4, 2023
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ANGLETON, Texas (KTRK) -- An evacuation and shelter-in-place has been lifted in Angleton following a natural gas leak Tuesday night.

According to the city's Office of Emergency Management, the gas leak happened at East Murray Street and South Anderson.

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Officials shared the map below on social media, highlighting the impacted areas.

"If you live in the areas where a red line is, an evacuation has been issued for your home. If you live in the areas where a yellow line is, a shelter-in-place has been issued for your home," Angleton's OEM office said.

In an update shortly before 9 p.m., Angleton police said the roadways were back open and residents were able to go back into their houses.

At 12:04 a.m. Wednesday, Angleton's OEM office said the shelter-in-place and evacuation was officially lifted.