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Propane Leak Causes Traffic Delays on Rt 29 in Campbell Co. - abc27 WHTM

Propane Leak Causes Traffic Delays on Rt 29 in Campbell Co.

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Campbell Co., VA- Route 29 South in Campbell County was shut down for a brief time Saturday afternoon because of a propane tank leak.

State Police say at around 3:45 p.m. a 100-pound tank fell off a truck and landed in the median on Route 29 near English Tavern Road. The valves of the tank were damaged, causing propane to leak from the tank.

Police say there was no danger or threat from the leak, but 29 South was shut down and traffic on 29 North was diverted to English Tavern Road for a short time.

 

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