BREAKING: Three Queensland Fire and Emergency Service crews attended to Miscamble St after fears of a possible chlorine leak.
BREAKING: Three Queensland Fire and Emergency Service crews attended to Miscamble St after fears of a possible chlorine leak.

Fire crews attended to Roma address

EMERGENCY services raced to an address in Roma after fears of a possible chlorine leak.

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services were called to the incident on Miscamble St at 12.55pm today.

Three crews attended to the address.

A Queensland Fire and Emergency Services spokeswoman said as the first crew arrived, nothing was evident so then they investigated further.

"A representative from council attended and is monitoring the scene," the spokeswoman said.

"Readings were normal and council is investigating further."

QFES left the scene at 1.15pm with the incident deemed under control.

A representative from Maranoa Regional Council confirmed at 2pm that there was no chlorine leak, just a mistake from a resident who thought they could smell it.


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