Larne Primary School Evacuated

A primary school in County Antrim has been evacuated amid a suspected gas leak.

Emergency services were called to Larne and Inver Primary School shortly before 11am this morning, Monday 09 September.
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A number of houses in the area of the Glynn Road were also evacuated and motorists advised to avoid the area if possible.

The NIFRS later confirmed that all gas readings were returned as normal.


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