ARLINGTON (CBSDFW.COM) – Two Arlington firefighters and a city water worker were injured Sunday in a fire started when a gas line was struck.

Officials say Arlington water utilities crews were repairing a water line leak at the intersection of Ditto Avenue and Dugan Street. As they were clearing the way to begin repairs, an Atmos gas line was struck.

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As excess water was being pumped out so that repairs could be made to the gas line, the gas ignited into flames.

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According to officials, two Arlington firefighters and a water worker were injured and transported to Parkland Hospital in Dallas.

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Assistant Fire Chief Jim Self said the firefighters suffered minor first-degree burns to face and hands. They are in stable condition.