Friday, 11 November 2016 14:11

Petrotrin Monitoring Reports Of Smell Affecting Marabella Community

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Petrotrin is advising Marabella residents that it is monitoring reports of a smell that's said to be impacting residents in the community. 

In a press release the state owned company said its personnel had visited the area to conduct air testing and monitor the situation.

Residents who experienced discomfort were taken to Augustus long hospital for medical review and discharged at 9.00pm.

As a precautionary measure two families with infant children were temporarily relocated.

Petrotrin said its investigations are ongoing and HSE will continue to conduct air quality tests to monitor the situation.

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