Police have been following leads into how gallons of gasoline got into the City of Tishomingo's sewer system, and they think have narrowed the search.
Authorities say they have pinpointed two possible locations where the twenty gallons of gas may have been poured. They have yet to give specific details of these locations.
The gas ended up in the city's sewer system and caused nearly 200 people to evacuate their homes early Wednesday morning. Fire crews say the strongest odor of gasoline came from two houses on Kentucky Street.
There are no current suspects in this case. City workers flushed the sewer lines with water, and no injuries were reported.
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