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The evacuation was triggered by a gas leak in Lake Tahoe, officials said
High-pressure gas emissions have been lifted in North Tahoe, officials say. On North Bolevard, from Beach Avenue to National Avenue, they were told to evacuate, but now they can return, according to the North Tahoe Fire Department. Southwest gas and liberation facilities are working to restore power in the area, although the cause of the high-pressure gas leak is unknown.
People in North Tahoe are being evacuated after a gas leak was reported, officials said Tuesday.
The evacuation order has been closed to North Lake Bolevard and is now closed in both directions from Beach Street to National Road, according to the North Tahoe Fire Department.
Displacement occurs at the Plumas Bank parking lot at 215 North Lake Blvd. West Side and North Tahoe Event Center at 8318 North Lake Blvd. To the east.
It is unknown at this time what caused the leak.
There is no estimate of when the roads will be opened for sailors to inspect.
This is a growing story. Stay tuned to KCRA 3 for more information.