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Crews Work To Clean Up Gasoline Leak Near Lansing Airport

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UPDATE (Jan. 10, 12 p.m.) - Officials say only about 10-15 gallons of gas leaked.

WATERTOWN, Mich. (WLNS) - Crews worked Thursday evening to clean up a gasoline leak at the Marathon Petroleum plant.

It happened around 4:15p.m. in the 6000 block of West Grand Ravier Avenue near Lansing, which is near the Capital Region International Airport.

Ten fire trucks and the Metro Lansing Haz-Mat team were all called to the scene.

Teams found a large gas tank with 400,000 gallons of gasoline with a small leak. There is still no report on exactly how many gallons spilled, but it was taken to an unaffected tank.

Officials say no one was evacuated and no one was hurt. They say there's no current threat of any danger to the surrounding areas.

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