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Fire crews at Canon Lane Tonbridge near the Subway store

By KentOnline reporter

The area around a Tonbridge sandwich shop was cordoned off as fire crews dealt with a chemical spill this afternoon. 

Emergency crews descended on Canon Lane after the leaking 10-litre container was discovered near Subway.

A portion of the liquid had spilt out and crystallised on the road surface.

The incident in Canon Lane, Tonbridge. Pic courtesy Matthew Keys

The incident in Canon Lane, Tonbridge. Pic courtesy Matthew Keys

A spokesman for Kent Fire and Rescue Service said the solution was found to be non-toxic urea, a liquid used in fertilisers and the chemical industry.

The area was cordoned off as a precaution and the waste was cleaned up and disposed of by council waste contractors.

Fire crews left the scene by 1.34pm.

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