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Gas Leak Blocks Off Strip Mall

A Wichita Falls shopping complex is back to normal after a gas leak forced it to be blocked off.

Newschannel 6 talked with a police officer on the scene and learned a Dollar General delivery truck hit a gas meter around 10:15a.m. on Tuesday.

The cordoned off the parking lot as a precaution and temporarily closed Dollar General.

A worker with Atmos Energy capped the meter and everything went back to normal just after 12:00p.m.

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