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The owners of Splashdown Waterparks at the Tower Park leisure complex in Poole have issued a statement about the evacuation of the site on Saturday 29th March.
The firm said the decision to evacuate the building and the rest of the Tower Park site was taken as a precaution, in the interests of public safety. The building was checked by Dorset Fire & Rescue Service and staff. Splashdown is open today.
The area surrounding the building was evacuated following reports of a suspected chemical spill. The company has said the decision to evacuate was made after the discovery of a malfunction of the dosing injector in a plant room upstairs.
An incident which led to the evacuation of the Tower Park leisure complex in Poole is now over. The site has been reopened.
The managers of the Splashdown leisure complex in Poole have issued a statement about an evacuation because of a suspected chemical spill.
The Tower Park leisure complex in Poole has been evacuated after a suspected chemical spill. Dorset Police said one person has been treated for minor injuries.
There is a large emergency services presence there. The police are warning the public to stay away from the area for the next few hours unless they are collecting someone - in which case people are being advised to approach the area from the Mannings Heath side.
More information to follow.