Fire crews attend chemical leak at primary school
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Fire crews were called to a chemical leak at a school in a Feltwell yesterday evening (Wednesday).
Five appliances, from Methwold, King’s Lynn and Downham Market, attended the incident at Edmund De Moundeford Primary School at 8.05pm.
They requested assistance from Norfolk police.
A police spokesman said it was reported that chlorine had been leaking from a barrel.
The school, which has a swimming pool, did not want to comment.
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Officers put a cordon in place around the boundary of the school but no evacuation took place.
No injuries were reported.
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Fire crews were on scene for two hours.