If you smell gas, you should immediately put out all smoking materials and any open flames. In addition, do not use any lights, telephones, appliances or cell phones as flames or sparks from these devices may trigger a fire or explosion. Whenever you smell propane gas that you think might be leaking, you should immediately leave the area and get everyone out of the area or the building where you suspect that gas might be leaking.
Once you've left the area, you should try to shut off the main gas supply valve on your propane tank, if it is safe to do so. Once you've exited the area and are safely away from the source of the smell, you should report the leak from a neighbor's house or other nearby location by calling Lewis Gas immediately.
If you can't reach your propane retailer, call 911 or your local the local fire department immediately.
Do NOT re-enter the building until your propane retailer or the fire department has determined that it is safe to do so.
Always have a qualified and trained service technician from your local propane retailer perform a complete propane system check and any of your propane appliances to make sure the remain leak free before you attempt to use any of them.