The remaining evacuees who were told to leave their homes due to a pipeline break earlier this week are now allowed to return home.
The pipeline broke just between Tekamah and Decatur Monday evening and caused one fatality. Fifty-nine-year-old Phillip Hennig was driving through the area when he inhaled the toxic fumes that killed him.
Residents have slowly been able to return home as certain areas have been cleared through air quality testing.
Just one resident has been asked to not return home quiet yet.
Officials say there will be additional air quality testing done on each home to ensure safety.
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