A school evacuated, after more than 25 children fell ill, is due to reopen tomorrow. Emergency Services were called to Manor Primary School at Coalpit Heath this afternoon (July 9th) after children started to suffer from headaches and nausea.
South Gloucestershire Council says gas safety checks are being carried out as a precaution. The school is due to reopen tomorrow.
A school in South Gloucestershire has been evacuated after several children fell ill during the morning. Emergency services were called to The Manor School in Coalpit Heath just before 2pm this afternoon, including two vehicles from the chemical response unit.
The Manor School in Coalpit Heath has been evacuated this afternoon after a number of children fell ill over the course of the morning. Emergency services are attending the school and parents have been notified. Further updates will be provided when available.
A hundred pupils at a school in Bristol are to be tested for TB after a confirmed case of the disease. The pupil from Bristol Brunel Academy has now made a full recovery. Bharat Pankhania from the Health Protection Agency has this advice:
A hundred pupils at a school in Bristol are to be tested for TB following a confirmed case of the disease. The pupil from Bristol Brunel Academy has now made a full recovery. The Health Protection Agency and NHS Bristol are offering the tests as a precaution. Symptons of tuberculosis.