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Outside or in, detecting a natural gas leak is easy. To help you SMELL a
leak from a gas line or appliance, a familiar odor like rotten eggs is often
added to natural gas. Or you might SEE blowing dirt, bubbling water or
an unusual area of dead vegetation. A leaking pipeline might also make
a hissing sound you can HEAR.

Also remember to call WV811 by dialing 811 at least 48 hours

before digging on your property. And if you suspect a gas leak — walk
away, right away. Once clear of the area, call Dominion Energy West
Virginia at 1.800.688.4673.

él Dominion Learn more at dominionenergycom,

1 Energy“ keywords Natural Gas Safety.

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