Crews burn off propane leak at Artistic Iron Works in Norwalk

Norwalk fire officials were called to Artistic Iron Works on Reynolds Street yesterday when employees noticed one of their 100-pound propane tanks was leaking. The

NORWALK - Norwalk fire officials were called to Artistic Iron Works on Reynolds Street yesterday when employees noticed one of their 100-pound propane tanks was leaking.

The Fairfield County Hazmat Team came in and officials say they burned off the excess gas and propane liquid.

The shop manager says a new tank had a small leak at the bottom.

Fire officials say they emptied the tank and no one was hurt.

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