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Any of these signs could be a sign that a gas leak may be present. If unsure, leave the area immediately and call PG&E.
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How do you detect a natural gas leak in your household?
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Winter months are now here; as temperatures drop, households' gas usage rises. This is the time of year when understanding what to do in case of a gas leak is most critical. Gas leaks, whether from a malfunctioning stove, a leaking valve, or a pipe rupture from a disaster such as an earthquake can put you at risk. Breathing in this dangerous gas can enter the bloodstream and rob oxygen from blood cells.
Physical symptoms from high exposure to gas include shortness of breath, headaches, drowsiness, nausea, vomiting, or in severe cases, unconsciousness. If you or someone in your home has these symptoms, PG&E advises that you leave the house immediately and call 911, your local fire department, or local emergency medical service from a nearby phone.
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