Gas leak and it's dangers

Asked by Feb 08, 2017 at 11:04 AM about the 1967 Ford Mustang

Question type: General

My step son has a 67 mustang he is rebuilding and
it's in are attached garage. It has gas leak that isn't
fixed yet and now our entire house smells very
strongly of gas. My concern and question is just
how dangerous is this? Is my entire house and
garage flammable?  Am I looking at possible
health risk? Should I do something or am I
overreacting?

2 Answers

27,155

do something...repair the gas leak/open some windows....

73,845

No you are not over reacting. Get all the window opened up! Just turning on a light switch would set off the fumes from the gas, one major explosion. Extremely dangerous!

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