A number of emergency services were called to handle a leaking propane delivery truck yesterday in Weston.
On March 4, at 3:13 p.m., the Weston Volunteer Fire Department responded to a call about a leaking propane delivery truck on Godfrey Road East and Powderhorn Hill Road.
Arriving fire units found a Hocon Gas truck actively leaking propane from a broken pipe, according to the fire department.
The area was secured and Godfrey Road was shut down with the assistance of the Weston Police Department.
The Fairfield County Hazardous Incident Response Team, Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, Weston Volunteer Emergency Medical Service and representatives from Hocon Gas responded to the scene as well.
The leak was stopped by responders and the scene was rendered safe at 5:30 p.m.. Fire units remained on scene until the truck was removed at 6:13 p.m..
While this incident was unfolding, Weston fire units responded to three additional emergencies in town, including a propane leak at a private residence.