The Minneapolis street damaged in a massive gas line fire last month reopened Wednesday.
60th Street between Interstate 35W and Nicollet Avenue in south Minneapolis had been closed since the March 17 explosion and fire.
City officials say crews had to repair an underground water main and a storm sewer. They also had to replace the street and curb. The heat from the fire partially melted the sign on the front of a nearby Cub Foods store and damaged several cars. There were no injuries.
Officials with Centerpoint Energy say the gas leak and fire occurred on a 20-inch steel natural gas line that was installed in 1994. However, officials say they still don't know what caused the leak and fire, and the investigation continues.