CELINA (CBSDFW.COM) – Natural gas was restored to many of the 600 to 700 homes in Celina that were without it Sunday morning.
A car damaged a line at 7 a.m. resulting in the problem. Atmos Energy crews went door to door to help residents ignite their pilot lights. People who didn’t answer the door received notes to call the energy company.
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