Discovery of toxic mercury droplets prompts emergency response

Tess Kelly
Updated December 7 2023 - 4:13pm, first published 3:54pm
Crews from the NSW Fire and Rescue Gunnedah station attended the mercury spill in Carroll. Pictures by Fire and Rescue NSW Station 314 Gunnedah
Crews from the NSW Fire and Rescue Gunnedah station attended the mercury spill in Carroll. Pictures by Fire and Rescue NSW Station 314 Gunnedah

THE DISCOVERY of toxic drops of mercury has prompted an emergency response from the state's environmental regulator.

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Tess Kelly

Tess Kelly

Journalist

Tess Kelly is a journalist at the Northern Daily Leader, reporting mostly on court, while keeping tabs on all the happenings of the region. Story tips can be sent to tess.kelly@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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