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Runaway Car Slams into Natural Gas Fixture – GARLAND COUNTY


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Garland County Sheriff’s Patrol Deputy Garrett responded to Phadral Lane the other day for a report of a suspicious noise that a neighbor had reported to GCSO 911 Dispatchers.

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Dep. Garrett arrived and looked around.  He located a vehicle that had rolled down a steep apartment complex parking lot, shot across Phadral Lane and slammed into a parked pick up truck.  A natural gas fixture was damaged during this event.  Natural gas was leaking out of a broken pipe at the scene.

70 West Fire & Rescue Troops arrived quickly and stood by while Centerpoint Energy Troops secured the gas leak situation.

GCSO Dayshift Patrol Deputy Goodman relieved Dep. Garrett at the scene for their shift change.

Traffic flow was interrupted at this location for at least 2 hours.

Garland County Sheriff’s Patrol Deputy Goodman explains to 70 West Fire Chief Carlisle exactly how he plans to block traffic from the area.