Following an Escondido Village gas leak, authorities have closed down portions of Campus Drive and shut off gas service in two East Campus graduate residences, according to a series of AlertSU emergency reports released Tuesday afternoon.
Early Thursday morning, a gas odor coming from the Arrillaga Family Dining Commons parking lot prompted an investigation by PG&E. The odor was confirmed to be a small gas leak.
Campus Drive has been closed from Mayfield Avenue to Junipero Serra Boulevard due to a gas leak at 1047 Campus Drive. The leak was first reported at 3:55 p.m., and both the Kappa Sigma and SAE houses were also evacuated at the time.
If you have received four copies of an identical AlertSU message or “updates” that tell you nothing about an emergency, then you know that the AlertSU system has some problems. I like to be informed, but what I like least are instances like this: On February 14, 2014, Campus Security Authority notified the Stanford Police…
Three University facilities—Arrillaga Family Sports Center, Taube Family Tennis Stadium and Taube South Tennis Courts—were evacuated Tuesday morning in response to a gas leak in the vicinity. The area was reopened late Tuesday evening after repairs were completed.
Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) expects to complete repairs on the damaged gas pipeline at the intersection of Junipero Serra Boulevard and Campus Drive West within the week, according to PG&E spokesperson Jason King. Crews will have to install a new valve on gas line #132 before bringing the pipe on line.
A pipeline in front of the Stanford Golf Course began to leak at 6:15 p.m. Friday night.