Pipeline Restarted After Eagan Gasoline Leak

January 10, 2018 08:47 PM

The video above aired Tuesday as crews worked to clean up after the gasoline spill.

The company that owns the pipeline ruptured in Eagan Monday said operations have now been restarted.


RELATED: Eagan Lifetime Fitness to Reopen After Gasoline Leak

Tulsa, Oklahoma-based Magellan Midstream Partners said Wednesday that operations on the 12-inch pipeline, which carries gasoline from Rosemount to Minneapolis, had been safely restarted. Five-hundred barrels worth of gasoline was spilled when a subcontractor for STS Enterprises LLC, based in Norwood Young America, was digging in a parking lot near the Lifetime Fitness in Eagan and ruptured the line.

RELATED: Cleanup of Eagan Gasoline Leak to Continue Into Tuesday

The update provided by Magellan said progress continued on clean-up operations, and air quality readings in the area remain safe.

All businesses impacted by the incident have since reopened.

RELATED: 500 Barrels of Gasoline Leak After Pipeline Ruptures in Eagan, Company Says

No injuries were reported as a result of the leak.


Frank Rajkowski

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