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Police are advising residents in the Trafford Park area to stay indoors with their windows closed after a chemical leak. The chemical is believed to be hydrochloric acid. A building on Tenax Road has been evacuated.
Residents close to a suspected chemical leak at Trafford Park are warned to stay indoors and close their windows. The chemical is thought to be hydrochloric acid. Emergency crews are working to isolate the leak at an industrial unit on Tenax Road.
Greater Manchester police say the Trafford Centre has not been affected by a suspected chemical leak at Trafford Park. Fire crews are working to contain a leak on the site of Chemtura Manufacturing UK Ltd on Tenax Road in Trafford Park.
Emergency crews say no one is thought to have been injured after a chemical leak at Trafford Park in Manchester. Fire crews are concentrating on an unit on Tenax road.13 fire engines are at the scene. Large parts of Trafford Park are cordoned off.
Large parts of Trafford Park in Manchester have been cordoned off tonight because of a suspected chemical leak. 13 fire appliances have been sent to the scene, in what the Manchester Fire and Rescue services have described as a 'major' incident.
Greater Manchester Police and Fire Service are dealing with a chemical leak at Trafford Park Industrial Estate in Manchester. 13 fire engines have been sent to a unit on Tenax Road. A number of roads have been closed in the area as a precaution.
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A investigation has been launched into a chemical leak that forced road closures and an emergency evacuation in Greater Manchester.