A natural gas leak smells like rotten eggs. (Students might also describe this odor as sulfur-like.)
If you smell a gas leak in or around your home, leave and call your gas utility from a safe location.
c) don’t put flammable items near the stove or water heater.
c) it could cause an explosion or fire.
Episode 2 – Gas Pipeline Safety
d) when you are planning a digging project.
b) they arrange for local utilities to mark buried lines.
The signs of a natural gas leak include the following: a smell of rotten eggs; a hissing or roaring sound; dirt being blown into the air; continual bubbling in water; grass or plants that are dead or dying for no apparent reason.