Cheyenne Fire Rescue is asking folks to avoid the area of North College Drive and Charles Street for a large gas leak.

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"Please be mindful of CFR and Black Hills Energy crews working in the area," the department in a 3 p.m. Facebook post said.

Further details weren't immediately available.

This is a developing story and will be updated as we obtain new information.

4:13 P.M. UPDATE:

Black Hills Energy spokeswoman Laurie Farkas says crews are working to safely make repairs.

She says no customers were impacted.

4:34 P.M. UPDATE:

Cheyenne Fire Rescue says it has cleared the scene as the leak has been isolated by Black Hills Energy personnel.

The department asks that folks continue to be mindful of utility work in the area and remember to use 811 for all underground locating services.

5:47 P.M. UPDATE:

Black Hills Energy says repairs are expected to take three to four hours.

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