TEMPE, AZ - Southwest Gas workers are trying to close a natural gas leak that caused the evacuation of a Tempe car dealership.
Employees at Bill Luke Suzuki were evacuated Monday afternoon, but have since been allowed to return and all dealerships are open for business at the Tempe Autoplex.
Tempe Fire Department officials had considered evacuating the Acura and Toyota dealerships as a precautionary measure until Southwest Gas could contain the leak.
The cause of the leak still is unclear.
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