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Crews evacuated after natural gas leak at Tolko mill

Authorities continue to deal with what could have been an explosive situation at a Spallumcheen business.

The RCMP received reports at about 8 a.m. of a natural gas leak at the Tolko plant.

Employees from the plywood mill were evacuated after excavation led to a gas line being ruptured.

Terasen crews are on site and traffic on Otter Lake Cross Road has been restricted.

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