Train service resuming after Wilmington gas leak
WILMINGTON, Del. - September 26, 2012 (WPVI) -- Train service is starting to resume through a Wilmington rail yard after a propane leak on Wednesday morning.
Rescuers were called to the Amtrak yard off Vandever Avenue in the northeast side of Wilmington for a leak in a 500 gallon propane tank.
The leak was first reported around 9:30 a.m.
By 11:45 a.m., both SEPTA and Amtrak said their trains, which were stopped for precautionary reasons, were going back in service..
Authorities on the scene say the incident was isolated to the Amtrak facility.
No firefighter or civilian injuries have been reported at this time.
delaware, wilmington, amtrak, SEPTA, gas leak, local/state
- Boy killed in Chester accident ID'd
- Unsettled to spectacular
- WATCH: Action News Online
- Get the new 6abc StormTracker app
- Woman pulled from Phila. collapse loses both legs
- Committee sets hearings on demolitions in Phila.
- Video: Dash cam view of Lindenwold school bus crash
- Photos: Pictures of damage from Monday's storms
- Multi-alarm fire at titanium plant in Berks
- Girl, 4, dies after crash that killed father
- Burlington taxi driver death ruled homicide, victim ID'd
- Photos: 7 arrests in Phila. prostitution cases
- Automatic renewal contracts
- Tracy ties it in 9th, but Phils win in bottom half