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Friday July 17th, 2015

Posted at 8:44pm

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Last updated: Friday July 17th, 11:05pm

Residents have been told they can return to their homes after a multi-street evacuation of about thirty homes in Downtown Windsor.

Fire crews were called along with Enwin and Union Gas before 8pm to a vacant house on the corner of Church and Pine after an alert neighbour noticed the smell of natural gas.

Police set up a perimeter around the area while the house was being allowed to naturally ventilate.

Enwin crews were seen periodically checking the level of gas in the home with a monitoring device.

Once most of the gas naturally ventilated, firefighters moved in and used vans to remove the remainder of the gas from the home.

Residents were told they could return to their homes around 11pm.

There’s no word on what caused the gas leak. No one was injured.

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