Update 7:22 p.m.:
Service has been restored to two homes affected when a vehicle struck a gas meter, Southern California Gas Co. officials said.
The vehicle ended up atop the meter and crews had to wait until it could be towed off the sidewalk, according to SoCalGas spokesperson Raul Gordillo.
Grand Avenue from Gregory Place to Rome Hill Road was closed for a time, Gordillo told Patch.
Update 6:15 p.m.:
No injuries were reported when a vehicle cut a gas line and caused a spill.
Motorists were asked to detour on Gregory Place to the next street over.
A vehicle hit a gas line in Lakeland Village Thursday, causing a gas spill, the California Highway Patrol reported.
The crash on Grand Avenue, near Gregory Place, was reported at 4:51 p.m., according to the California Highway Patrol's incident log.
There was no immediate word on injuries and the vehicle was moved to the roadside, the CHP reported.
A flatbed tow truck was sent to pick up the vehicle, the CHP reported.
Southern California Gas crews were called to the scene.
Patch will update the story when more information becomes available.