KIDS have been evacuated from a secondary school after reports of a chemical spill.

Fire crews, paramedics and police all rushed to Ysgol Syr Hugh Owen in Caernafon, North Wales, this morning.

Witnesses have told how pupils were evacuated shortly after 11.30am – but that emergency services quickly gained control of the situation.

A police spokesperson said: "North Wales Police received reports of a chemical release at just after 11.50am.

"Officers have attended to assist with traffic management whilst the scene is being commanded by the fire service."

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North Wales Fire Service spokesperson said: "We were called to the school at 11.26 to reports of a chemical spill – however, the chemical had been made safe by school staff prior to our arrival and no further action was required.

"Advice was issued by fire staff to personel on site."

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