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Share this article Share Last night experts said the cloud, made up of methyl mercaptan gas, posed no threat to public health although it could cause nausea in some people.
Mercaptan has a sulphurous smell and is added to odourless natural gas as a safety precaution. He told French radio that the plant was trying to contain the problem but the cause remained unknown. A French Cup soccer match between Rouen and Olympique Marseille had to be postponed and some Rouen residents have complained of migraines.
The fire brigade in the county of Kent, warned residents to keep their doors and windows closed due to a gas cloud it believed had come from France and London police said it had reports of an acrid smell in southeast London. Investigation: Workers inspecting the premises of the Lubrizol company in Rouen, western France, where a chemical substance became unstable causing gas odors that are similar to those of town gas Harmless: Officials at Lubrizol factory in France, which makes additives for industrial lubricants and paint, said the sulphur-like smell was from a harmless additive in natural gas Noxious smell: As the gas cloud spread across Kent concerned calls came in from residents in Maidstone, Ashford, Dover pictured and Folkestone London's Metropolitan Police tweeted: 'We are aware of reports of a strong, noxious, gas-like smell in some South East London boroughs.
No risks to public. The rotten egg smell is coming from France but has no risk to public zutalors' Hastings resident Lucy Parker, 27, said: 'It is totally disgusting and makes you wretch. Crew manager Andy Batchelor at Folkestone Fire Station said it had received 30 phone calls between 6. He added: 'Transco believes there is a gas cloud sitting over south east Kent.
It said: 'South Kent residents are being asked to keep doors and windows closed due to a gas cloud that is believed to have come across from France, following reports of a gas leak from a factory 75 miles west of Paris. Reports: Paris citizens reported headaches and nausea as the 'non-toxic' pong wafted through the streets Share or comment on this article: Smelly gas cloud from factory in Rouen travels across the Channel from France to Kent.