Suspicious chemical powder dumped in Gospel Oak sparks London Fire Brigade investigation

The London Fire Brigade was called to Gordon House Road this morning after some suspicious powder wa

The London Fire Brigade was called to Gordon House Road this morning after some suspicious powder was fly-tipped on the pavement - Credit: Archant

A kilogram of suspicious powder and liquid dumped on a pavement in Gospel Oak sparked an investigation by the London Fire Brigade this morning.

Three fire engines and fire officers were called to Gordon House Road at 8.40am after passers-by spotted potentially hazardous chemical powder fly-tipped on the side of the road.

A 25m hazard zone around the scene was cordoned off to the public as a precaution.

Following some tests, the power and liquid was found to be non-hazardous. Camden Council is now responsible for its clean-up.


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