He was able to turn off the gas and have the homeowner tighten the union to stop the leak. The house was not occupied at the time and, had this leak not been detected, there is a good chance the house could have exploded, according to city officials.
"We appreciate the fine job being done by our Building Inspectors," City Manager Ken Filipiak reported in his weekly memo to City Council.
Kudos to Dan!
-- Betsy Scott, BScott@News-Herald.com