Aurora police are redirecting site visitors on East 38th Avenue due to a gasoline line break, police mentioned Tuesday afternoon.
The highway is closed from Tower Street to Windsor Drive in each instructions, police mentioned on Twitter. There isn’t a estimated time of reopening.
Aurora police didn’t return a request for remark.
#TrafficAlert Resulting from a gasoline line break at 18901 E. 38th Ave., site visitors on E. 38th Ave. from Tower Rd. to Windsor Dr. is shut down in each instructions. Keep out of space. No ETA on reopening at the moment. pic.twitter.com/jGugFWPbzp
— Aurora Police Dept (@AuroraPD) June 11, 2019
A two-inch gasoline line was minimize shortly earlier than 12:30 p.m. at a development web site within the industrial space, mentioned Aurora Fireplace Rescue spokeswoman Sherri-Jo Stowell.
No accidents had been reported, Stowell mentioned.
Crews from Xcel are on the web site, working to mitigate the gasoline leak.
AFR on scene of a minimize gasoline line at a development web site, 18901 E 38th Ave. @XcelEnergyCO on scene with our crews to mitigate any risk. Visitors is impacted alongside 38th Ave. Observe @AuroraPD for site visitors information. pic.twitter.com/UNcmlxkQwL
— Aurora Fireplace Rescue (@AuroraFireDpt) June 11, 2019