Buildings evacuated after gas main break in Cambridge, Mass.

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May 20, 2013, 11:34 am
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UPDATE (11:50 a.m.) - Cambridge police tweeted that the gas leak has been shut down at Cambridge Center in Kendall Square, all roads are being reopening and MBTA service is resuming in the area.

(NECN) - Cambridge, Mass. police and fire departments evacuated several buildings Monday when there was a gas main break at Cambridge Center.

Cambridge police tweeted they evacuated 5 Cambridge Center and surrounding buildings.

They also said they were closing Ames, Main and Broadway streets in Kendall Square.

MBTA Transit police tweeted that service is being held at Harvard Square and Park Street.

Stay with NECN as this story develops.

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