• High water takes out Drumright gas line

    By: Naomi Keitt


    DRUMRIGHT, Okla. - Quick Facts:

    • High water from a creek hit a gas line in Drumright
    • Crews responded, and they expect repairs to be complete by 7 p.m.

    Hundreds of people could be without gas in Drumright because of severe weather.

    The city manager confirmed high water from a nearby creek affected a gas line.

    Crews responded to the scene, and completed repairs Monday night.

    About 200 people live in the direct area of the break.

    It was fixed Monday night.

    The city also confirmed a water line break in the area, and they began work on the water line around 5 Monday afternoon.

    Around 2,900 customers were affected by the water break. It was repaired Monday night.

    The city is under a Voluntary Boil Advisory.

    City officials said storms and high water caused debris to hit the gas and water lines.

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