Car crash ruptures gas line in Symsonia

UPDATE: Part of Kentucky 348 in Symsonia that was blocked by a crash Monday night is back open, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says.

A car crashed into a natural gas main, rupturing it. KYTC says as of about 9:30 p.m., an Atmos Energy crew is still working on the gas main. Repairs are expected to take several more hours.

SYMSONIA, KY — A car crash ruptured a gas line Monday night in Graves County, Kentucky.

The crash blocked Kentucky 348 in Symsonia while crews responded.

An EMS worker tells Local 6 the person driving the car ran away and has not been found yet.

The crash didn’t disrupt gas service in the area.

Atmos energy crews are working to repair the line. Graves County and Symsonia fire crews also responded to the crash.

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