Kyle and her husband moved to Brookfield in 1986. She became active in local politics and started blogging in 2004. Her focus is primarily on local issues but often includes state and national topics, too. Kyle looks at things from the taxpayers' perspective in a creative, yet down to earth way, addressing them from a practical point of view.
I was doing yard work and had the radio on, but there was no mention of any bad accident on I-94 (just a block north). What could it be?
Maybe its a cave in over on Robinwood where they are doing a sewer project? We sure hoped that was not the case.
Ah, I will look on Brookfieldnow!
Sure enough, the Community Watch informed me there was a gas leak over near the sewer project on Robinwood.
My photo is of Webster and Robinwood, the street just east of Harvey and Robinwood Street where the 4 inch gas line was cut accidentally.
The helicopters are now quiet. I just checked with someone I know who lives over there. They are back, safe and sound, thank God. This could have been very bad.
My friend said the firemen went door to door and made the residents evacuate. They then had to walk 2 blocks to the south or north of Robinwood, depending on which side of the street they lived on. The gas has been shut off to all the homes. Later, WE energies will go around to turn on and relight pilot lights.
News crews from channel 10 and 12 were interviewing residents. Film at 10PM?
It's been a rough few weeks for this neighborhood. First the flooding and now this. Let's hope things settle down soon.
More on the sewer project tomorrow.
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