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PG&E repairs leak in Palo Alto pipeline

Pressure testing resumes on 4-mile section of line bewteen Menlo Park and Palo Alto

PG&E resumed pressure testing Thursday on a 4-mile section of natural gas pipeline between Menlo Park and Palo Alto where a small leak was detected late last week, a utility spokesman said.

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