EUGENE, Ore. -- Everything is back to normal after a gas line broke at the Eugene Airport.
A food delivery truck was backing up when it hit a dumpster, pushing it into a gated area and broke a gas line, airport officials said. Crews immediately turned off the gas.
NW Natural Gas crews were sent out to fix the problem and were able to get it running back to normal.
No one was injured and the incident did not affect any flights.
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