UK: 57 people hospitalized with ‘breathing difficulties’ after suspected chemical leak
According to the reports, people are experiencing breathing difficulties.
At least 57 people are being treated after a suspected chemical leak in Kent, the UK. According to Sky News, the incident occurred on Wednesday at 14:20.
According to the doctors, people experience breathing problems.
"We have assessed and treated 57 people at the scene for breathing difficulties. A number have been discharged from our care. No patients are currently in a serious condition," a spokesman for South East Coast Ambulance reported.
The information on the exact place and the substance is being clarified.
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