Canyon Country restaurants were ordered to shelter-in-place when a gas leak occurred Tuesday night.
The rupture occurred along Soledad Canyon Road when road crews hit a three-inch line at Crossglade Avenue, officials told The Signal.
Fire officials and other emergency crews blocked off the area around the leak until Southern California Gas Company officials arrived.
Soon after the gas leak was reported, local businesses were told to shelter inside of the buildings.
Heavy traffic was reported on Soledad Canyon due to the road closures.
Supervising fire dispatcher Kyle Sanford confirmed that the gas leak was successfully shut off at 10:29 p.m.
The area around the incident was deemed to be safe before 11 p.m., officials said.