Natick Responds To Gas Leak at Veterinary Hospital

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NATICK – Natick Fire Department responded to a report of a gas leak at Boston West Veterinary Emergency & Specialty just before 7 p.m.

Staff evacuated themselves along with the animals, one of which was a cat that had just undergone life saving surgery after being struck by a car, according to Natick Fire Department.

Crews secured the gas to the building while Engine 4 provided oxygen and warming to the cat until it was safe for everyone, including animals, to return inside.

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Photo courtesy of Natick Fire

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