UPDATE: Evacuation order lifted following gas leak in Jenkins Co - WFXG FOX 54 - News Now

UPDATE: Evacuation order lifted following gas leak in Jenkins County

Source: WFXG Source: WFXG
JENKINS COUNTY, GA (WFXG) -

Residents in Jenkins County are being allowed back into their homes following a gas leak on Saturday afternoon.

The leak happened along Highway 25 near Perkins Road around 2:30 p.m. on Saturday. For a short time, people in the Perkins Road area had to evacuate. The Jenkins County Sheriff's Office says the town of Millen was never in danger of having to evacuate.

The sheriff’s office says there is no fire associated with this gas leak.

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