A potential hazmat incident is being investigated at a South West Sydney hospital after a number of individuals fall sick.
NSW fireplace and rescue officers arrived at Liverpool Hospital simply earlier than 6am on Wednesday and are actually inspecting the air-con system.
No one has been evacuated.
Four individuals, together with a nurse, have been taken to the hospital’s emergency division in secure situations.
NSW Fire and Rescue officers arrived at Liverpool Hospital simply earlier than 6am on Wednesday on account of a hazmat incident
Two different nurses had been additionally affected, however didn’t require additional medical consideration.
Fire and Rescue NSW Superintendent Adam Dewberry stated there was an ‘odor or fume which may have caused illness or dizziness’.
The state of affairs is secure, Mr Dewberry added.
A small part of the hospital is remoted as firefighters work to flush a substance believed to be inflicting irritation.
The hospital’s emergency division is working usually.
More to come back