John Hander, supervisor of a Gas First Response Team from Puget Sound Energy, sprays a soap solution on the joint where a supply pipe connects to the gas meter of a home in Tehaleh on February 10, 2017. If bubbles are continuously produced afterward, that reveals a leak.
John Hander, supervisor of a Gas First Response Team from Puget Sound Energy, sprays a soap solution on the joint where a supply pipe connects to the gas meter of a home in Tehaleh on February 10, 2017. If bubbles are continuously produced afterward, that reveals a leak. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com
John Hander, supervisor of a Gas First Response Team from Puget Sound Energy, sprays a soap solution on the joint where a supply pipe connects to the gas meter of a home in Tehaleh on February 10, 2017. If bubbles are continuously produced afterward, that reveals a leak. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com

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