Cheshire village residents wake up to find strange 'white powder' covering streets and cars
Residents of a small Cheshire village woke up to find their homes, cars and streets covered in a strange 'white powder'.
Residents in Preston Brook on Northwich Street, near Runcorn, woke up to find the street and cars covered in a white powder on Monday, October 11.
The powder, which reportedly came from a nearby manufacturing plant, mainly effected Northwich Road and an estate nearby.
The area is close to the Saint Gobain Isover manufacturing plant on Rivington Road, which produces mineral wool insulation.
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There is particular concern in the area about pets and wildlife ingesting this substance, as well as fears that the powder contains glass.
Dave Espley, of Preston Brook, woke up on Monday morning to find his …
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