Car crashes into Brisbane home, ruptures gas line
BRISBANE, Calif. -- Part of a neighborhood in Brisbane was evacuated Sunday morning after a car crashed into a home and ruptured its gas line, according to the North County Fire Authority.
Fire engines responded to reports of a vehicle that had driven into a single-family home at 310 Klamath St. at about 9:05 a.m., according to the fire authority.
The vehicle crashed into the residence and broke a natural gas line, causing a leak.
Police and fire crews evacuated eight surrounding homes and shut down vehicle access to the street, according to the fire authority.
PG&E crews helped secure the leak, which was capped within two hours, the fire authority said.
No one was injured.
The cause of the crash remains under investigation.
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