One man suffered blisters to the exposed skin of his arms and 12 others developed breathing problems from the chemical fumes, a spokesman for Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service said.
What does LFRS stand for?
LFRS stands for Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Phil Cox, group manager for Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service, said they were called to the scene at about 11.
Phil Cox, group manager for Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service, also described the situation as tragic and passed on condolences to the family of the victims.
The ongoing training relationship between Kuwait Fire Service Department (KFSD) and the Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service is very deep and greatly valued, said UK Charge d'Affaires Paul Gaskell on Wednesday.
Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service said crews had been to 13 weather-related incidents.
Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service said around 32 people were evacuated from the ride using assorted stretchers, spine boards and neck collars and brought to safety by a specialist rope rescue team.
Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service said 32 people were evacuated using stretchers, spine boards and neck collars, and brought to safety by a specialist rope rescue team.
Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service spokeswoman Kathy Stacey said: "Thankfully, nobody was in the buildings - we're not looking at many casualties.