MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Light rail service has resumed in downtown Minneapolis after crews found the source of a natural gas leak.
Traffic between stations near U.S. Bank Stadium and Target Field was stopped around 1:15 p.m. after police reported a suspected leak.READ MORE: Minnetonka's Kiani Lockett Is Taking Nothing For Granted
Centerpoint Energy spokeswoman Rebecca Virden says the source was traced to a pressure regulator, and repaired by 2:30 p.m.READ MORE: Minnesota Weather: Over 6 Inches Of Snow Possible In Northern MN This Weekend, Cold Temps To Follow
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