PG&E detects small leak in transmission pipe
PALO ALTO, Calif. (KGO) -- PG&E has detected a tiny leak in the same transmission line that exploded in last year's deadly San Bruno disaster.
Friday night, crews are trying pinpoint the exact location so they can fix it.
The focus is on a 4-mile stretch along the southeastern and southwestern sides of Stanford University.
Crews were conducting a safety test in the area when they discovered the leak, last night.
PG&E says there is no danger to the community and the repair process is underway.
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