PASADENA ( — Authorities Sunday said a gas line rupture in Pasadena forced the evacuation of apartments and adjoining businesses for several hours.

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Pasadena Fire Department Capt. Trey Sorensen told KNX 1070’s Claudia Peschiutta that no one required medical treatment at the scene following the rupture, which forced the closure of a Starbucks and a Winchell’s, among others.

The leak was so loud it was heard several feet away. Sorensen said they evacuated residents from apartments as well.

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As of 12:50 p.m., officials confirmed that all businesses and streets had reopened.

Crews initially responded to the location at 8:30 a.m., according to Lisa Derderian, a spokesperson for the Pasadena Fire Department.

Derderian said the one-inch rupture was caused by construction workers. The workers were reportedly trenching a hole when they hit a gas main.

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The gas company was also called to the scene to make repairs.