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It is NOT necessary to turn off your natural gas service at the meter during a hurricane; and this valve should be turned off by utility or emergency personnel only. Underground pipelines are not normally affected--even in extreme storms--so gas service is rarely interrupted. If you believe your home could flood, review flood safety tips below.
What to do if you observe signs of a natural gas leak after an earthquake: