Thursday started off with rounds of heavy rain, leading to the collapse of a road in Jeffersontown. Bunsen Way is closed before Production Drive.Jeffersontown Police posted a photo showing a large portion of the road in chunks and under water.Police said to avoid the area. They expect the road to be closed for “quite awhile.”LG&E came to the scene and said they are worried about a possible gas leak. They said that a 4-inch gas main was damaged by debris from the collapsed road and now 18 commercial customers are without natural gas service in the area.Engineers also are talking about the integrity of the entire section of Bunsen way near the collapse, which may be compromised beyond the 12-foot wide hole in the road.

Thursday started off with rounds of heavy rain, leading to the collapse of a road in Jeffersontown.

Bunsen Way is closed before Production Drive.

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Jeffersontown Police posted a photo showing a large portion of the road in chunks and under water.

Police said to avoid the area. They expect the road to be closed for “quite awhile.”

LG&E came to the scene and said they are worried about a possible gas leak. They said that a 4-inch gas main was damaged by debris from the collapsed road and now 18 commercial customers are without natural gas service in the area.

Engineers also are talking about the integrity of the entire section of Bunsen way near the collapse, which may be compromised beyond the 12-foot wide hole in the road.

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