Fire trucks and ambulances respond to a call (Credit: Chopper 12/News 12 Long Island)

Fire trucks and ambulances respond to a call of a gas odor at the Best Yet store in Franklin Square.

Gas odor at Franklin Square grocery store

Fire departments and ambulances responded to the Best Yet market in Franklin Square after more than 15 customers were sickened and a gas odor was reported.

A gas odor reported at the Best Yet
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A gas odor reported at the Best Yet market in Franklin Square left more than 15 customers feeling sick, according to police.

Firefighters respond to a report of a gas
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Firefighters respond to a report of a gas odor at the Best Yet market in Franklin Square. More than 15 customers reported feeling ill, police say.

A gas odor was reported at the Best
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A gas odor was reported at the Best Yet market in Franklin Square shortly before 11 a.m., according to police.

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Firefighters respond to a call about a gas
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Firefighters respond to a call about a gas odor at the Franklin Square Best Yet market on Dogwood Avenue. More than a dozen customers reported feeling ill.

Ambulances and fire trucks respond to a call
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Ambulances and fire trucks respond to a call about a gas odor at the Franklin Square Best Yet market on Dogwood Avenue.

At least 15 customers reported feeling ill after
(Credit: Chopper 12/News 12 Long Island)

At least 15 customers reported feeling ill after a gas odor was reported at the Best Yet market on Dogwood Avenue in Franklin Square.

Fire trucks and ambulances respond to a call
(Credit: Chopper 12/News 12 Long Island)

Fire trucks and ambulances respond to a call of a gas odor at the Best Yet store in Franklin Square.

Firefighters respond to a report of a gas
(Credit: Chopper 12/News 12 Long Island)

Firefighters respond to a report of a gas odor at the Best Yet market in Franklin Square.

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Firefighters and ambulances were summoned to the Best
(Credit: Chopper 12/News 12 Long Island)

Firefighters and ambulances were summoned to the Best Yet market in Franklin Square shortly before 11 a.m. due to a report of a gas odor.