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Police Evacuating Brick Neighborhood Due to Gas Leak

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The site of a gas leak, Jan. 12, 2018. (Credit: Google Maps)
The site of a gas leak, Jan. 12, 2018. (Credit: Google Maps)

Police were evacuating a Brick neighborhood around 12 noon Friday due to a gas leak.

The gas leak is centered in area near Cherokee Lane, in the Cedarcroft neighborhood off Princeton Avenue. Police and firefighters, as well as New Jersey Natural Gas, is on scene, officials said.

Motorists have been advised to avoid the area, which is located just east of Windward Beach Park.


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  • KaayC

    Avoid the area, avoid Princeton Ave, avoid Cherokee Lane, avoid the Jordan Road Bridge, hell avoid the whole god damn town! This is the consequence of a town that acts reactively instead of premptively. Expect more issues with water mains in this area as well. The infrastructure is crumbling from neglect. The power outages, the water main breaks and the gas leaks are out of control. What a dump.

    • Global Warming is a Hoax

      Are you saying this is a shit hole town?

      • craigoftruth

        You would have to ask your “Dear Leader, Groper, Liar and Chief” (aka Agent Orange) for that answer.

      • KaayC

        Now if I asked that I would get muzzled from Shorebeat though Dan a lot more reasonable than Patch. lol I don’t imply much I pretty much tell how I really feel. Crumbling infrastructure is never pretty. Thank God the emergency personnel are very good. The town deserves better preemptive maintenance. Our water bills are going up to pay for the neglect.

      • Thomas Hendershot

        Climate change is not a hoax? Its been going on for billions of years.

    • Thomas Hendershot

      RUUUUUUUUNNNNNNNNNNNN! It’s Godzilla.

  • craigoftruth

    Was Christie in the area again?