UPDATE (10:28 p.m.) - ONG officials said three of four lanes have reopened. And one lane nearest to the break is the only one affected because of work crews.
UPDATE (9:58 p.m.) - Homeowners are allowed back into their homes. Gas line was capped off at 7:30 p.m. and gas turned off to 40 homes.
ONG officials said crews will remain out to repair the line and hope to be completed by midnight.
UPDATE (8:44 p.m.): Eastbound lanes of 81st Street between Mingo and Memorial have reopened. The westbound lanes are still closed at this time.
TULSA -- About a dozen homes were evacuated after a gas line was hit in south Tulsa on Monday morning.
The incident was reported in the area of 9600 East 81st Street. Officials said at about 11:30 a.m., construction company workers hit an unmarked gas line on 81st Street.
The homes evacuated were located on 92nd East Avenue.
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Oklahoma Natural Gas crews said they have capped the leak and crews are still on scene.
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