FRISCO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Some Frisco residents got the greenlight to return home following a natural gas leak Friday.

City officials stated the line break was initially reported to the Little Elm Fire Department Friday morning at 9:10 a.m., when construction crews in the area were “boring and cut a six-inch gas line.”

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Residents living in the Grayhawk subdivision were asked to evacuate. The evacuation area was bordered by Eldorado Parkway, Swan Lake Drive, Cardinal Creek Drive and Daimler Drive.

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Frisco Fire and HAZMAT joined the response, and CoServ utility crews helped to shut off the gas line.