Update: MacGillivray Street re-opens

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UPDATE: 4pm, Wednesday, September 23

YARRALUMLA’S MacGillivray Street has re-opened after emergency services were forced to close it due to a gas leak, caused by construction being undertaken in the area. 

ACT Fire & Rescue has left the area.


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