Chlorine leak investigated

17th November 2000 at 00:00
THE Health and Safety Executive is investigating a leak of chlorine gas during a science lesson at Ashby grammar school, Leicester, which resulted in a teacher and 14 pupils being taken to hospital. P> One pupil, an asthma sufferer, was given oxygen and detained. The rest returned to school after being treated "for superficial signs of exposure to the gas", said a hospital spokesman.

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