Firefighters find 1,000 litres in Royston road after chemical spill

PUBLISHED: 12:18 01 November 2015 | UPDATED: 09:17 03 November 2015

Crews from Royston, Baldock and a decontamination unit from Hemel Hempstead were called to Orchard after a large chemical spill.

Crews from Royston, Baldock and a decontamination unit from Hemel Hempstead were called to Orchard after a large chemical spill.

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Firefighters and the Environment Agency were called to Royston yesterday after a large chemical spill in the road.

Crews from Royston, Baldock and a decontamination unit from Hemel Hempstead were called at about 12.30pm after 1,000 litres of a chemical was spilt in Orchard Road.

Firefighters stopped the chemical from entering the drains until the arrival of the Environment Agency.


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