Hundreds evacuated from Sydney Ikea after gas fumes affect warehouse

| 15.10,19. 03:43 AM |




Hundreds evacuated from Sydney Ikea after gas fumes affect warehouse



Hundreds of staff and customers have been evacuated from a Sydney Ikea store after gas fumes caused chaos.
Emergency services were called at 12.20pm to the branch at Marsden Park.
Eight people were treated by NSW Ambulance after being affected by the fumes, with a total of 300 staff and customers evacuated.
A truck parked in a loading area had released fumes into the store's warehouse.
NSW Fire and Rescue has this afternoon deemed the site safe.
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