Gas Main Break
A gas main break in Aberdeen is snarling traffic.
BGE crews are working to repair a gas leak in Cockeysville.
BGE is working to fix a gas main break. The main broke Wednesday afternoon.
BGE has begun restoring natural gas service to the hundreds of Southwest Baltimore residents affected by Tuesday’s gas main break, which was caused by a non-BGE crew making repairs to a Baltimore City water main.
It is another day without heat or hot water for many people living in Southwest Baltimore after construction crews hit a natural gas main in the area.
A Baltimore community is bracing for what could be days without heat or hot water. BGE crews are still working more than 24 hours after a water main repair caused a gas main break.
Baltimore Gas and Electric Company has restored natural gas service to nearly all customers affected by Monday’s gas main break on East Fort Ave. in Locust Point.
A gas emergency in Locust Point. Hundreds of residents are without heat or hot water, and businesses are shut down, losing money.
Baltimore Gas and Electric says a contractor broke a 12-inch gas main, cutting service to about 1,200 customers in Baltimore.