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Four people have been injured following a chemical spill in North Cornwall.
More than 40 firefighters have been working to contain the spill at Kensey Foods on the Pennygillam Industrial Estate in Launceston.
Cornwall Fire and Rescue says a decontamination unit is at the scene. Roads surrounding the area were closed and a 50 metre cordon put in place.
The company said the spill did not happen on the main site of the bakery and it's now working with the fire service to assess the situation.
Four people have been injured following a chemical spill at a food manufacturers in North Cornwall.
Nearly 50 firefighters are now tackling a blaze at Pennygillam Industrial Estate in Launceston.
Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service have told ITV News West Country that two members of staff at Kensey Foods have sustained minor injuries.
Firefighters wearing gas tight suits have been sent in to investigate the blaze.
There is a cordon in place and the industrial estate has been closed.
There has been a chemical spill at the Pennygillam Industrial Estate in Launceston.
Crews from Launceston, Liskeard, Callington, St Austell and Saltash are on site tackling the blaze, which started at 6am on Wednesday.
There are five major pumping appliances and some specialist appliances, and Environmental Support vehicle at the scene.