Mike Gastineau:      SEAHAWKS LUCKY THINGS DIDN’T GET WORSE Read More
By Scott Vanderpool

You’ll remember way back in March when the Greenwood Neighborhood showed Seattle what can happen in a natural gas leak. So today when The Seattle Fire Department and Police shut down a good stretch of Dexter Avenue right in front of our studios when a backhoe ruptured a gas line, we were a little concerned, and sent two of our more expendable employees…disc jockeys…out to lend a hand in the emergency. Fortunately a Puget Sound Energy crew was able to repair the potentially deadly pipe without their help.

Gary Crow and Scott Vanderpool rush to the aid of First REsponders to a possibly dangerous gas leak! (Carey Curelop/Scotty Images)

Gary Crow and Scott Vanderpool rush to the aid of First Responders to a possibly dangerous gas leak! (Carey Curelop/Scotty Images)

 

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