Hereford & Worcester

Kidderminster workers hurt in Sealine chemical spill

Three workers have been hurt in a chemical spill at a boat building company in Worcestershire.

It is thought that two chemicals reacted in a drum and splashed workers at Sealine International in Kidderminster, the fire service said.

West Midlands Ambulance crew treated two men and a woman for breathing problems caused by the toxic vapours on Monday morning.

Environmental protection officers decontaminated the area.

Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service station commander Chris White said the workers were not too "seriously affected".

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