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Crews respond to gas line rupture in Windsor

There were no active flames visible when Sky9 flew over the scene around noon.

WINDSOR, Colorado — Fire crews were on the scene of a large gas line rupture Tuesday morning in Windsor.

Windsor Severance Fire Rescue said at 9:48 a.m. there was an active structure fire as well in the 5600 block of South Creek Court. Xcel Energy emergency response crews were working to get the gas line shut down.

There were no active flames visible when Sky9 flew over the scene around noon.

No injuries were reported.

Poudre Fire Authority, Windsor Police Department and UCHealth also responded.

Credit: Windsor Severance Fire Rescue
Fire crews work at the scene of a structure fire and gas line rupture in the 5600 block of Shadow Creek Drive in Windsor on Tuesday, Dec. 21, 2021.

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