OAKLAND (CBS SF) — A gas leak reported in Oakland’s Jack London Square Friday morning was fixed in under 20 minutes, a PG&E spokeswoman said.

PG&E was notified at 9:33 a.m. that a construction crew not associated with PG&E had struck a half-inch service line in a building in the 300 block of Second Street near Webster Street, according to Tamar Sarkissian, a spokeswoman for the utility company.

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There were no injuries, Sarkissian said.

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PG&E workers went to the scene and stopped the flow of gas at 9:52 a.m., Sarkissian said. The utility has cut off service to the building, which is not being used, she said.

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