Two fires at the Riverland Oil Seeds factory in Numurkah are now under control. Fire crews are monitoring the scene.November 27, 2012 11:39am
UPDATE, 1.25pm: Both fires at the Riverland Oil Seeds factory on McDonald St in Numurkah are now under control.
Firefighters will monitor the scene.
All roads to McDonald St will continue to be blocked.
UPDATE, 11.57am: Two fires broke out at the Riverland Oil Seeds factory on McDonald St in Numurkah about 11.30am.
One of the fires is now under control and firefighters are working on a second fire.
All roads to McDonald St are blocked.
Police, Country Fire Authority and paramedics are currently on scene.
11.39am: Firefighters are currently at the scene of a structure fire at Riverland Oil Seeds.
The Country Fire Authority has advised anyone in the area who is experiencing symptoms that may be due to chemical exposure to call Nurse on Call on 1300 606 024.
More to come.
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