MIAMI (CBSMiami) — The Miami Police Department has reopened all streets that were previously closed due to a gas leak in downtown Miami on Wednesday morning and all public services have been restored.
The gas leak was located between SW 7th and 8th Streets between 1st and 2nd Avenues.READ MORE: It's 305 Day And Time To Celebrate The Magic City
Police said Metrorail had been affected by the gas leak and had operated with limited service during the morning hours.
Bus shuttles provided service between Dadeland South and Overtown Transit Village every 15-18 minutes, according to Miami-Dade Transit.
UPDATE: We have received clearance from @MiamiPD. Regular rail service is now resuming with residual delays.READ MORE: Spacewalking Astronauts Tackle More Prep Work For New Solar Panels
— Miami-Dade Transit (@IRideMDT) July 24, 2019
Metrorail riders were advised to seek alternate means of travel as needed.
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No word yet on what caused the leak.