Crews with Atmos Energy peformed work on a gas line Tuesday morning that services Texas A&M University.
The flare began just before 7AM.
Atmos says the flaring is a necessary part of a pipe replacement project on the campus, and that it has strict safety guidelines in place.
Drivers were urged to use caution while traveling in the area during their morning commute.
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