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Firefighters called to ‘acid attack’ in Hornchurch

PUBLISHED: 19:32 13 August 2018 | UPDATED: 19:34 13 August 2018

Firefighters were called to reports of a possible acid attack in Claremont Road, Hornchurch. Photo: Google

Firefighters were called to reports of a possible acid attack in Claremont Road, Hornchurch. Photo: Google

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Firefighters have been called to reports of an acid attack in Hornchurch.

Around 12 firefighters were called to reports of a possible acid attack on Claremont Road, in Hornchurch, at 5.57pm today, August 13.

There they found police already at the scene.

Two fire engines from Dagenham fire station attended along with one from Ilford fire station.

They have now left the scene and the incident is being dealt with by the Metropolitan Police.

Police and ambulance services have been contacted for more details.

More to follow.

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