Chicago Home Depot Evacuated Due to Major Gas Leak


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CHICAGO – The Home Depot at 2555 N Normandy Ave, Chicago, faced a potentially catastrophic situation as it was evacuated following a large gas leak. 

According to authorities the incident began Monday around 11 am and prompted a Level II Hazmat response. Emergency teams swiftly arrived at the scene, urging residents and employees to vacate the premises. 

No word on the cause of the leak at this time as multiple emergency response teams are working to contain the leak. Residents are advised to avoid the area.

Breaking news: Situation ongoing, we will provide updates as new information becomes available.


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