Gas main struck by construction crew on Near West Side

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Firefighters are responding to a HazMat call after a gas main was struck Thursday morning on the Near West Side.

A construction crew struck a four-inch gas main at Western and Warren, near the United Center, according to the Chicago Fire Department.

Some streets in the area are closed as crews respond.

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