Fuel leak in London Colney

13:28 10 August 2012

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FIREFIGHTERS were called out to a liquid petroleum gas leak in London Colney last night (August 9), resulting in a road closure.

Two appliances from St Albans fire service were called out to the incident at Sainsbury’s petrol station on Barnet Road.

They successfully isolated the car from a petrol pump just before 5pm and were able to stop the leak shortly after.

As a precaution police requested for Barnet Road to be closed at 17.49 and the fire service resolved the incident at around 7pm.

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