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Hundreds of workers are evacuated from Coca-Cola factory after hydrochloric acid leak 


Hundreds of workers are evacuated from Coca-Cola factory after hydrochloric acid leak

  • 200 workers were evacuated from Coca-Cola factory in Sidcup, Kent last night
  • Hydrochloric acid leak identified at the plant on Cray Road at around 8.30pm
  • Firefighters remained overnight to take readings of chemicals in the air, LFB said 

Two hundred workers were evacuated from a Coca-Cola factory last night after a chemical leak at the plant.

Employees left the site in Sidcup, Kent, before the London Fire Brigade arrived to  the incident on Wednesday evening.

The site was evacuated after a hydrochloric acid leak was identified at the warehouse on Cray Road, with no reports of any injuries.

The leak was isolated at around 10.30pm with firefighters remaining at the scene…



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