NW Oklahoma City neighborhood, including school, evacuated after gas line was cut 

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UPDATE: The leak has been stopped. Those who were evacuated have been allowed back into their homes, and students to normal activities. 

OKLAHOMA CITY – Emergency crews are investigating after a natural gas line was cut near a metro school.

Hazmat crews responded to an area near Rosary Catholic School at NW 16th and N Penn. Thursday morning.

The Oklahoma City Fire Department says a low pressure natural gas line was cut by a construction crew.

The school, which has around 260 students, was evacuated as well as nearby homes.

The gas was believed to be at a non-dangerous level, according to fire crews.

Oklahoma Natural Gas responded to the scene to investigate.

There were no reports of any injuries.

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