OTTAWA (Reuters) – Police in Canadian capital Ottawa on Tuesday temporarily shut down four city center blocks, including a building where the prime minister works, after a mechanical digger ruptured a natural gas pipeline.
City authorities said in a tweet at 6 pm eastern (2200 GMT) that the area had been reopened. The leak started at around 1:30 p.m. eastern.
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