PHOTOS: Firefighters check for gas leak at Shelton condo

Multiple Shelton fire trucks and related vehicles responded to a call of a potential gas leak this afternoon at the Birmingham condominium on Canal Street, located downtown. (Photo by Brad Durrell)

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The call came in between 2 and 3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 22, and firefighters went to the condo to check on the reported odor. Fire personnel used gas-detecting devices to check for the presence of excess natural gas.

 

Firefighters during a gas odor call inside the Birmingham.

Firefighters during a gas odor call inside the Birmingham.

They spent the most time on an upper floor of the 103-unit building, where the original complaint was based. No gas leak was detected and fire trucks began leaving the structure at just after 3 p.m.

The Birmingham condo, located in a converted factory building on the Housatonic River, has a natural gas connection.

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A firefighter checks a Birmingham condo unit for any sign of a possible gas leak.

A firefighter checks a Birmingham condo unit for any sign of a possible gas leak.

 

 

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