Princeton reopens buildings after gas leak fixed

Princeton University has reopened all 11 buildings that were evacuated after a gas leak. The buildings were closed for nearly three hours after a backhoe

500 evacuated at Princeton after gas leak

500 evacuated at Princeton after gas leak

PRINCETON - (AP) - Princeton University has reopened all 11 buildings that were evacuated after a gas leak.

The buildings were closed for nearly three hours after a backhoe struck a line near McCosh Health Center just before 10 a.m. Monday.

University spokesman Martin Mbugua says about 500 people were evacuated.

No injuries were reported.

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