A fast food restaurant in northeast Adelaide had to be evacuated Thursday evening after employees and customers were hit by an « unknown substance ».
Ridgehaven Hungry Jacks diners and workers started coughing and getting burning throats shortly after 8 p.m.
The MFS Hazmat team was sent to the restaurant because of an originally suspected gas leak.
After the gas leak was ruled out by the MFS, further investigation revealed that the allergic reactions were caused by a substance similar to pepper spray.
A woman died after being hit by a car outside the hospital.
Greater Brisbane will be on lockdown for three days as authorities strive to contain the spread of the UK mutant strain of COVID-19.
The Mayor of Ipswich has dealt with the newly imposed lockdown
Every day the QT publishes a list of those to appear before the courts in Ipswich
Outrageous online prankster Willem Powerfish has used his fame forever and returned more than $ 60,000 to his community.
A heartbroken father spoke about his beautiful son for the first time after a tragic accident on New Years Eve tore the couple apart.
After a year of strong growth, the Lockyer Valley property market is likely to develop inconsistently in 2021. DETAILS:
It comes after the diagnosis confirmed by Brisbane Hotel Cleaner …
The school is open to over 700 students and more than 100 …
The police are now looking for the driver who is involved in the alleged attack.
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