SOUTHLAKE (CBSDFW.COM) – A high school in Southlake was placed on lockout and students were confined to the building after a utilities crew accidentally cut a gas line along White Chapel Boulevard. The gas line has since been repaired and the affected street was reopened.

It was around 9:00 a.m. when the gas line rupture forced the closure of White Chapel from Southlake Boulevard to Highway 114.

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The smell of natural gas in the air prompted administrators to place Carroll High School on a temporary lockout — keeping all students indoors. A shuttle service between the school and Carroll Senior High was also suspended.

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No other campuses were impacted and no homes or businesses in the area were evacuated. Officials with fire and police said there was no danger to students or residents.