CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (WNCN) — Part of East Franklin Street in Chapel Hill has reopened after a reported gas leak closed the street early Friday morning, according to officials.
Officials said firefighters responded to the leak in the 100 block of the street. At 9 a.m., police said the part of the street between North Columbia and Henderson streets had reopened.
The road was closed between North Columbia and Henderson streets, officials said.
However, one lane was closed Friday morning while crews worked to repair the leak.
Dominion Energy told CBS 17 that they found the leak on a customer-owned gas fuel line on the street. They said natural gas was shut off while crews worked to repair the line.
Natural gas service has now been restored, the company said.