Gas leak at service station

Fire crews cordoned off an area at a service station while they worked to plug a gas leak from a car.

Queensland Fire and Rescue Bundaberg station officer Chris Sheather said one fire crew worked for around 20 minutes to contain the leak, believed to have stemmed from a faulty filler valve in the car.

Drivers continued to use the Takalvan Street Mobil service station as the car was isolated and an area cordoned off.

The owner was able to drive his car to a service agent for repairs.

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