Roswell residents back in homes after steam leaks

Rain drenches parts of central NM overnight

ROSWELL, N.M. (KRQE) – People were allowed back into their homes in Roswell Thursday morning after being evacuated about 4 a.m.

According to Jared Tucker at Plains Valley Online News, there was a leak at a company called Western Emulsions at the Roswell Industrial Air Center.

Initially, emergency crews thought it was coming from a nearby railroad tanker so they evacuated 20 to 30 homes nearby.

It turns out it was actually a steam leak, according to Roswell Deputy Fire Chief Devin Graham.

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