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Suspect a natural gas leak? VV
Flrst, m ove your feet!
Then call when you re down the street.
Outside or in, detecting a natural gas leak is easy. To help you SMELL a leak from a gas line or appliance, a
familiar odor like ronen eggs is aflen added to narural gas. or you might see blowing din, bubbling water
or an unusual area of dead vegetation. A leaking pipeline might also make a hissing sound you can HEAR.
Also, remember to call the Ohio Utilities Protection servioe (DUPS) by dialing 311 at least mo working days
before digging on your prooeny. And if you suspect a gas |eak—wa|k away, right away. Once olear onlre
area, (HI Dominion East Ohio, at 1-377-542-2630‘
Learn more at, search: Natural Gas Safety
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