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Barclays ‘evacuated’ as emergency services called – updates


A Barclays bank has reportedly been evacuated.

A witness told Bristol Live at 1.50pm today (June 16) they had seen an evacuation incident at the Broadmead branch

He added: “There are fire and ambulance crews and ambulance incident support units in attendance.”

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By 2.40pm, there were no emergency services at the scene, but a notice on the shopfront read: “Due to unforeseen circumstances the branch is closed. Apologies for this. Open tomorrow at 9.30am.”

Barclays, Avon Fire and Rescue Service, and South Western Ambulance Service have been approached for more information.

This is a live blog. Scroll down for the latest updates on this incident.

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