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UGI Response to Incident in Dunmore, PA

UGI Penn Natural Gas (UGI PNG) has restored service to customers affected by the natural gas incident that occurred in the neighborhood at Smith and Laurel Streets on December 4, 2014. 

We understand this has been a difficult time for residents in the incident area. UGI PNG offers its sincere condolences to the Mecca family over the death of Madlyn M. Mecca, who died in the incident on the morning of December 4, and to all those who lost a friend and neighbor. We also extend our sympathies to all residents of the Dunmore community who have been impacted by the incident.

Following the incident, UGI PNG personnel monitored our natural gas distribution system and inspected our lines to ensure their safe operation. We will continue to have UGI PNG crews visit the area as part of our normal schedule of facility inspection. We will also have Company employees in the area to share information about our activities and the efforts we are involved with to support the community.

Residents are reminded that if you detect the odor of natural gas you should immediately leave the area – taking all family, friends and pets with you – and once you can no longer detect the odor of gas, call UGI PNG at 1-800-276-2722. You can also call the local 911 Center to report the odor of gas.

Please know that every employee at UGI PNG is committed to the safe delivery of natural gas to our customers and the communities we serve. If you have any questions or concerns not addressed by the information available through this website, please do not hesitate to call the UGI PNG Call Center at 1-800-276-2722.


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