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Saturday, 26 July 2014

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Carlisle family flees home after suspected gas leak

A family fled their home in the early hours, after a suspected gas leak.

It is understood that a carbon monoxide detector alerted the occupants of the property, in Cumwhinton Road, Harraby, Carlisle, at about 5.30am today.

Fire crews from both Carlisle East and Carlisle West fire crews were sent to the address.

Firefighters used a gas detector to identify the presence of carbon monoxide and then contacted the gas company.

The source of the gas is unknown.

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