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By Brendan Rees

A delivery truck driver struck a domestic gas meter along a service lane on South Gippsland Highway on Friday 18, May, causing a minor leak.

A CFA spokesperson said a truck driver reversed into the gas main at a low speed at the front of Cranbourne Carpet Court near Milojevic Court at about 1pm.

Two fire trucks from Cranbourne fire brigade were called to the incident with a gas company also responding within 10 minutes to isolate the leak. Firefighters cleared the scene by 1.45pm.

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