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Natural gas is reliable and safe when used properly. But just as with electricity outages, there are dangers to be aware of and prepare for in order to keep your family and your home safe.
How to recognize a natural gas leak
If you suspect a leak, immediately call 1-800-895-2999 or 911 in an emergency.
Use your senses to recognize a potentially dangerous natural gas leak:
How to respond to a natural gas leak
When an odor is persistent or seems to be everywhere, it could be a sign of a gas leak inside your home or with an outside line. Upon detecting such an odor, immediately get everyone out of your home or building, move a safe distance away and then call for help. Because an electric spark can ignite an explosion, remember to follow these tips:
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