SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — A leaking 500-gallon propane tank prompted evacuation orders for a neighborhood in San Jose on Tuesday morning, a fire department spokeswoman said.

A hazardous materials team responded around 7 a.m. to the problem reported in the 1600 block of Rogers Avenue and determined it was a leak at the valve of the tank, San Jose fire spokeswoman Erica Ray said.

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Fire crews ordered evacuations of buildings within a half-mile of the leak.

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The leak has been secured and the order was expected to remain in effect until about 9:20 a.m. while crews monitor the situation, she said.

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No injuries were reported as a result of the leak, which has shut down Rogers Avenue between Junction Avenue and Queens Lane.