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Sainsbury's evacuated and people treated for breathing problems after 'hazardous substances incident'

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Emergency services called to Sainsbury's in Longbridge, Birmingham, at 10:00 BST. Six people were treated at the scene and two taken to hospital as a precaution. A 50m cordon has been placed around the store and people have been advised to stay away from the scene.
5 months ago·Salisbury, United Kingdom

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