PG&E building access road to ruptured pipe
WOODSIDE, Calif. (KGO) -- PG&E crews are starting to build an access road so repairs can be done on a ruptured gas line in Woodside.
A section of the pipeline ruptured on Sunday during a high-pressure water test near Interstate 280, sending mud and rocks onto the freeway.
PG&E says they believe the pipe failed after being damaged at some early point by a backhoe.
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