BETHLEHEM, Pa. (WTXF/AP) - The gas leak and water main break that forced people in several Northampton County homes to be the evacuated, early Wednesday morning, are fixed and the people can now return.
The problems led to a sinkhole. SKYFOX was over the repair work going on at N. New Street between Garrison and North streets in Bethlehem, but a four-block area is closed to traffic.
The Bethlehem Fire Department said about 30 people had to leave their homes.
The problem was discovered when people smelled gas.
Bethlehem Fire Captain says those affected by sinkhole are being let into homes now after evacuation. Gas leak & water main break fixed. pic.twitter.com/hE9jmgA7iY— Andrew Adamson (@AndrewDAdamson) December 28, 2016