Yeah I would call whoever installed them and tell them they need to get their ass back on over and fix what they broke with brand new pipe.
The installers did not use common, basic gas line installation tools and destroyed the copper tubing. It all must be completely replaced with new. No safe way to repair.
That section of pipe is toast. A disaster waiting to happen. I have no experience in gas, so I cannot offer advice on how it should be repaired, but I do know that line should definitely not be in service. Also, is there nothing protecting that line? It's bad news to just bury copper in the ground bare. It should be sleeved/insulated.
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