Update: Oklahoma City residents evacuated after high-pressure gas ine break allowed back into homes

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Emergency crews were called to the scene of a high-pressure gas line break in northwest Oklahoma City Wednesday afternoon.

Officials evacuated nine homes, but nearby Cleveland Elementary School was not evacuated.

School leaders allowed parents to pick up their children at N.W. 24th St. and Miller Ave.

ONG has been called to the scene and worked to cut-off the line.

Several hours later residents were allowed back in their homes.

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